Most people don’t think of their houses as places of high pollution, but the facts show that the average residence has shockingly poor air quality. In fact, the EPA ranks problems with indoor air quality as “high” on its list of concerns for the American public. Additionally, the American Lung Association warns that serious diagnoses such as cancer can sometimes be traced back to indoor air quality issues that were never addressed.
Are the Pollution Levels in Your Home Higher Than Those Outside?
Each year, children and adults suffer from a wide range of problems, many of which can be traced back to the lack of suitable air quality in their homes. Their issues range from mild to severe and often include:
- Colds and respiratory issues
- Allergic reactions
- Asthma attacks
- Headaches and migraines
- Intense fatigue
Without advanced air filtration, routine maintenance, and water filtration, you could be exposing your family to harmful substances and toxicants such as carbon monoxide, radon, mold, airborne chemicals, and infection-causing particulates.
Many people assume that their medical conditions are caused by issues other than the status of the indoor air quality of their homes. They don’t realize that alleviating their symptoms can be as easy as addressing indoor air quality.
Protect Your Loved Ones with Technologically-Advanced HVAC Systems!
Our mission is to help our neighbors in Tampa Bay ensure that their houses are healthy.
If your home’s HVAC system has never been evaluated for air quality, please contact us to set up an appointment.
Our team of air quality professionals will conduct a home health performance audit to analyze the wellness of your living spaces. We will bring you peace of mind, as well as offer solutions if the air in your house is inadequate to protect your family from avoidable health problems.
Enjoy Your Home Again and Stay Safe from Pollutants!
Let Northside Services be your partner in making sure pollution doesn’t harm your family. After all, your home should be the safest place in the world.