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Improve Indoor Air Quality and Improve Your Family’s Health

Modern homes are made are effectively “airtight”. This is great for energy efficiency, but it is bad for your indoor air quality (IAQ) which can be a threat to your family’s health. Fortunately for Oklahoma City area homeowners, Interstate Heating and Air Conditioning is available to answer all your indoor air quality questions and offer an A – Z array of solutions.

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A few ways you can make your indoor air quality better in Oklahoma City include: 

  • Utilize ventilation systems. 
  • Open your windows to let in fresh air. 
  • Clean your home frequently. 

Keeping your home clean is one of the best ways to improve the indoor air quality in your home since maintaining the cleanliness of your home will help prevent excess dust and dirt. To learn more about improving the indoor air quality in your home, give us a call today.  

The main solution for indoor air pollution in Oklahoma City is to reduce the sources of pollution in your indoor air. While that can be difficult to do, you can reduce some sources of pollution just by changing a few daily habits. For instance, you can take your shoes off at your front door, use beeswax candles instead of regular candles and replace your HVAC air filters regularly. Another good way to combat indoor air pollution is to utilize exhaust fans in your kitchen and bathroom. To find out more about reducing indoor air pollution in your home, call us today.  

The most common ways to reduce pollutants in your indoor air in Oklahoma City are: 

  • Refrain from smoking indoors. 
  • Ensure that your appliances have good ventilation systems.
  • Utilize air purifiers, dehumidifiers and humidifiers.

 When it comes to your indoor air quality, it is important to ensure that your air is not too dry or humid. If your indoor air is dry, it can cause health issues. If your indoor air is too humid it can lead to mold growth. To get help reducing pollutants in your indoor air, contact us today.   

Multiple Studies Agree: IAQ is Often Compromised

  • Air in your home can be almost 100 times more polluted than outdoor air, which is why the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ranks indoor air pollution as one of the top five environmental threats to public health.

  • Hundreds of thousands of bacteria, fungal spores, and other contaminants—invisible to the naked eye—can be floating in the air of a single room!

  • Poor indoor air can affect your health immediately, or it can take years of exposure for symptoms to reveal themselves. Either way, it’s important to know what you’re breathing.

Air circulating in the average home can be teeming with contaminants such as mold, bacteria, viruses and dust mites. As we fill our lungs each day—over 20,000 times—these contaminants enter our respiratory systems, where they can cause a variety of ailments.

Solutions to Your Indoor Air Quality

Interstate Heating and Air Conditioning is known for helping the community with indoor air quality with a full range of IAQ products.

Unsure of which product you need? We also offer an IAQ evaluation to help you determine that.

Choose Interstate’s Trusted Technicians to Address Your IAQ Concerns

We are:

  • Trustworthy — We are proud of our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

  • Experienced — We were founded by a former HVAC technician in 2002.

  • Professional — Our certified employees carry the technicians seal of safety.

Know What’s in Your Air by Calling Interstate Today

Your family’s health could depend on what they’re breathing in your home. Call Interstate’s experienced experts today at 405-912-5900 for answers to all of your indoor air quality questions.