Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air pollution can be much worse than outdoor air pollution, sometimes by as much as one hundred times more. Aramendia wants to help you breathe easier by helping improve your air quality. We have a high level of experience helping homes and businesses in the San Antonio area minimize dust, pollen and other airborne particulates to achieve the best air quality possible. Don’t take any chances when it comes to the quality of air you breathe. Let one of our licensed and professional technicians come out to your home or business to offer solutions to improve the quality of your indoor air.
How to Improve Indoor Air Quality
Aramendia is not only concerned with the comfort of your home , but the quality of the air your family breathes. Anyone suffering with respiratory problems such as asthma or allergies, concerned with viruses in the home or office, dust buildup or odors from pets, smoking, or cooking can get help from any one or a combination of products offered by Aramendia.
Some options homeowners have to improve indoor air quality are:
- UV Light
- Media Filter
- Electrostatic Air Cleaner
Sources of Pollution
Your indoor air quality can become compromised over time. Some of the more common sources of indoor air pollution include:
- Pollen, mold and other biological contaminants
- Building materials, such as asbestos, lead and formaldehyde
- Carbon monoxide
- Tobacco smoke
- Home products
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How Can I Change My Air Quality?
There are certain things you can do on your own to improve the quality of indoor air, including:
- Making sure your home or office building is well ventilated
- Using air cleaners
- Replacing the filters in your ventilation units, air conditioner and heater
- Smoking outside
- Controlling moisture
By following these steps in your home, you can reduce the occurrence of bad odors since your air circulation will be that much better. Air quality service can also help increase the overall value of your home by reducing the number of damp spots, which are hot spots for mold to thrive. Another advantage for those who have asthma is that they won’t suffer from as many asthma attacks.