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Indoor Air Quality

Breathe Fresh, Clean Air With Better IAQ

Your indoor air quality is very important to your health, but do you know how safe yours is? The average home, because of the enclosed space, is many times more polluted than outdoor air! This goes for many homes in the Parkersburg area.

It’s not always easy to know the quality of your air just by simply looking around. But when you take action against the tiny, harmful particles in your air, you’ll notice the difference!

The Wonderful Benefits of Maintaining Your IAQ

If you are curious about benefits from enhancing your indoor air quality, here are the most common:

  • Lower Rate of Illness - When your air is clean from airborne contaminants, you might find yourself getting sick less often.
  • Sleep Better - Compromised air can have you waking up several times in the night with a runny nose, a cough or difficulty breathing.
  • Get Rid of Allergens - Dust, pet dander, pollen and other common allergens are likely present in your indoor air. The latest IAQ products can capture even very fine particles.

Getting your home’s air quality back on track is very beneficial to you and your family. You might not even notice how bad it was until you’re finally breathing easy!

To improve your indoor comfort and health, we provide:

What is the most effective way to improve indoor air quality?

Some of the most effective ways to improve indoor air quality are: 

  • Reduce pollutants 
  • Utilize ventilation systems
  • Keep your home clean 

Minimizing pollutants can be hard when it comes to daily activities like cooking, which is why it is important to use exhaust fans. Additionally, you can open windows to introduce clean air into your home and increase the amount of air circulation. To learn more about improving your indoor air quality, contact us today

Where do most indoor air quality problems start?

Most indoor air quality problems typically start within your home’s systems. HVAC systems, air ducts and fireplaces can contain pollutants that affect the quality of your indoor air. Mold and dust can accumulate inside your air ducts and HVAC system if they are not properly maintained. Since your indoor air circulates through your HVAC system and air ducts, it can lead to issues with your indoor air quality if there is a mold or dust build up. Additionally, as you use your fireplace each year, it builds up pollutants that can contaminate your indoor air if you do not have it cleaned regularly. To find out more about keeping the systems in your home clean, call us today.   

How can I tell if my home air quality is bad?

A few signs your indoor air quality is bad include: 

  • There is excess dust in your indoor air
  • There is excess humidity in your indoor air
  • There are strange odors within your home 

Another way you may be able to tell if your home’s air quality is bad is if you experience health issues like increased allergic reactions or a dry throat. In some cases, your indoor air quality may be bad because there is not enough moisture in your indoor air. To learn about how you can improve your indoor air quality, give us a call today.  

Why Choose Groggs for Your IAQ Needs

We take care of our customers by providing them with the highest quality work, customer service and professionalism that we can possibly offer. We make sure that we are transparent with our customers so that they are not left guessing about price or service.

Our team consists of highly trained indoor air quality professionals that are ready to work! So please contact us today.