Indoor air quality is vital to you and your family member’s wellbeing. If the air quality isn’t clean or odor-free, then you will probably want to do something about it to insure your family’s comfort and safety.
Las Vegas Indoor Air Quality Services
A-TECH Heating and Cooling LLC specializes in air quality. We’re thoroughly experienced and equipped to inspect ventilation and air intake sources, as well as to optimize air quality. Our inspection will also look for air pollutants within your home which could be contaminating your air. These pollutants include heating systems and kitchen ventilation.
If we find a pollutant in your home we will make sure that it’s removed, and in certain cases we can also add air filtration systems to your home. Air filtration eliminates pollutants as well as allergens that are spread through the ventilation system.
Another thing we examine is moisture levels. If your home has a high humidity level, then it can cause mildew and other fungus to form inside your ventilation system. Mildew and fungus is really dangerous when inhaled over a long time, and has to be removed immediately if discovered.
At A-TECH Heating and Cooling LLC we’re really big on safety. If something isn’t right in your home, then it’s our job to let you know so that you can take the necessary action.
Pollutants in the home can cause irritation of the eyes, nose and throat, headaches, dizziness, and fatigue. Some effects of air pollutants are hard to detect, and include a range of diseases, asthma, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, and humidifier fever.
Long-term effects of air pollutants include respiratory diseases, heart disease and cancer. The EPA recommends for these health reasons that indoor air quality in your home should be inspected, even if symptoms are not noticeable right away.
That is why we’re serious about making sure these issues don’t go unseen. Air quality is an important health factor that has to be inspected every couple of years, because if something is amiss you might not be able to spot it right away.
There are organizations out there such as the EPA’s Indoor Environments Division (IED) that are based around research on indoor air quality and the health risks associated with it.