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IAQ Testing is a Crucial Step to Fresh Indoor Air
Most air pollutants, including—and especially—those found inside homes, cannot be seen. Do you need to know what’s in the air that you breathe inside your Oklahoma City area home? Then indoor air quality testing from Interstate Heating and Air can be just what you need.
An on-site analysis can reveal airborne particulates such as:
Moisture — If humidity levels are too high, mold and mildew will thrive in your home. No amount of mold or mildew is good for your home, and there are currently no federal regulations, so tackling the problem of humidity is important.
Pollen — This is a major concern for those with allergies. Pollen from the outside often has nowhere to go once it gets trapped indoors, making the indoors not such a seasonal allergy refuge after all.
Dust & Dander — This is especially a problem for those with asthma. However, everyone has varying levels of sensitivity, so even those that don’t normally have respiratory problems can find themselves wheezing or feeling unwell from dust and dander accumulation.
Thankfully, there are a variety of solutions to indoor air quality problems that our IAQ test might detect. Our technicians can identify next steps, which could include pairing you with the right indoor air quality product, including whole house air cleaners or germicidal UV lamps. If you have a moisture problem, then a dehumidifier can go a long way in preventing future mold or mildew growth.
Why Choose Interstate for your Indoor Air Quality Evaluation? Because we are:
Trustworthy — Founded in 2002 by a former HVAC technician, Interstate carries an A+ rating with the BBB.
Professional — Our certified technicians carry the technician seal of safety, which means all of our staff is drug tested, background checked and professionally trained.
Friendly — We keep your home clean and won’t recommend anything we wouldn’t recommend for ourselves. For example, we wouldn’t want to be charged overtime for service, so we don’t charge you.
A: High-quality indoor air quality monitors are a great way to test the quality of your air. However, they can often be very expensive and the cheaper options may not be very accurate. Having in-person indoor air quality testing is also a great way to make sure your air is free of harmful contaminants. Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning offers trustworthy and professional indoor air quality services that can test for contaminants such as moisture, pollen, dust and dander.
If you’re looking for thorough indoor air quality testing from professionals, look no further than Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning. Call us today for more information on our indoor air quality services.
A: There are several things you can do to improve the air quality in your home. Some methods include:
- Using air purifiers.
- Cleaning your home regularly.
- Opening your windows to let fresh air in.
- Using humidifiers and dehumidifiers.
- Making sure your air filter and ducts are clean.
Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning can help you improve the quality of your air. If you have any questions about our services or how to improve your home’s air quality, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
A: Poor indoor air quality can be harmful to your health, so it’s important that you resolve any air quality problems as soon as you notice them. Some of the many signs your indoor air quality is bad include:
- Excessive dust buildup.
- Coughing, sneezing and congestion.
- Skin and eye irritation.
- Unpleasant odors in your home.
If you suspect your home’s air quality is bad, the experts at Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning can help. To learn more about our indoor air quality services, give us a call today.
Call Interstate today to schedule IAQ Testing
If you wonder whether pollutants you cannot see are affecting your home’s air quality, call Interstate today at 405-912-5900. Our experts are ready to make sure you’re on the road to breathing easy.