Every homeowner wants energy-efficient heating and cooling for both the economical and environmental benefits – but the effects on indoor air quality from these systems are rarely, if ever, considered. With a quality air testing system, an expert from ClimateCare can help determine the quality of the air in your home and help make it safer.
Why Energy Efficiency Can Lead to Poor Indoor Air Quality
While it’s all well and good to want to reduce both energy use and costs with the heating and cooling products you use in your home, this has also made new homes tighter and less able to “breathe.” Between this and the combination of tight construction using new building materials, indoor air pollutants, and allergens, many homes suffer from poor indoor air quality.
Effects of Poor Indoor Air Quality
A home that is lacking in air quality can lead to the following effects:
- Health and respiratory problems for residents
- Deterioration of furniture and floors
- Overall lack of comfort in the homeowners
What’s needed in order to ensure a healthier atmosphere in a house is proper humidity, ventilation and temperature control. If you’re not sure how to achieve these things, an expert from ClimateCare can help.
ClimateCare’s Indoor Air Quality Systems can Eliminate 99.3% of Contaminants
There are an estimated 1,000 contaminants in our homes, which can cause up to 50% of illnesses while also aggravating allergies and asthma.
ClimateCare’s indoor air quality system can eliminate up to 99.3% of these contaminants and help you get a cleaner, healthier home. Talk to one of our personal climate experts to learn more about how we can improve your indoor air quality. Ready to get started on having a cleaner home with cleaner air?