Air conditioning is about more than just controlling the temperature of the air in your home. It’s also making sure the air you breathe is clean and healthy. You spend the majority of your time inside your home, which is why indoor air quality (IAQ) is one of the top five environmental concerns of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). If you’re dealing with poor IAQ, it’s time to invest in solutions that will improve it so that you can breathe easily in your home again.
Call on Public Service Plumbers to start improving your home’s air quality today.
What Is Indoor Air Quality?
Indoor air quality is a lot like outdoor air quality — it just refers to the quality of the air inside your home rather than outside. A home has poor IAQ when there are high levels of indoor air pollutants in its air. Some common indoor air pollutants that negatively affect indoor air quality include:
- Mold and mildew
- Volatile organic compounds (chemical cleaners, paint, etc.)
- Carbon monoxide
- Secondhand smoke
- Bacteria and viruses
- Indoor particulate matter (dust, dirt, etc.)
- Outdoor pollutants such as pollen
Short-term exposure to poor indoor air quality can result in symptoms similar to allergies, but long-term exposure can cause serious respiratory and heart diseases.
Improving Your Indoor Air Quality
While poor air quality outside can easily be taken care of by wide open spaces and weather conditions, your home is vulnerable to poor IAQ because it doesn’t have as much air circulation. That’s why it’s so important to actively prevent indoor air pollutants from taking hold in your home. There are several ways you can improve your home’s air quality, from cleaning often to ensuring proper ventilation when cooking and cleaning.
The best way to maintain your home’s IAQ is to invest in air cleaning or air purification solutions. Depending on your specific IAQ problems, products such as air purifiers, dehumidifiers and more could be the perfect solution to improve the quality of the air inside your home, keeping the air you breathe clean and safe.
High-Quality IAQ Solutions
At Public Service Plumbers, we believe that breathing easily in your home shouldn’t be a privilege. That’s why we make it easy for homeowners in the Dallas area to invest in whole-home air quality solutions, from air filters to whole-home air systems. Unlike portable air quality solutions, our whole-home air systems are installed directly into your HVAC system to provide comprehensive air quality control. When you call on Public Service Plumbers for residential indoor air quality services, our excellent service and high-quality solutions will leave you with fresh, clean air throughout your entire home in no time.
Choose Public Service Plumbers for Your IAQ Needs
Public Service Plumbers doesn’t sound like a HVAC company, but that doesn’t mean we can’t provide some of the best heating, cooling and IAQ services the Dallas area has to offer. Run by third-generation plumbing experts, Public Service Plumbers knows everything there is to know about providing exceptional customer service — it’s what we’re known for! Now we’re determined to offer our customers the same high-quality experience through heating and cooling services, too.
The members of the Public Service Plumbers HVAC team are licensed, experienced and skilled enough to service every make and model of HVAC equipment. Our team is dedicated to doing business the right way, with excellent workmanship and customer service throughout every visit. Our roots may be in plumbing, it’s true — but we’ve gathered a team of HVAC experts that are ready to help you with your heating and cooling needs.
Contact Public Service Plumbers today for more information or to begin a service request.