Signs Your Home May Have Poor Indoor Air Quality

Staying indoors through most of each day doesn’t necessarily keep you safe from harmful emissions and air contaminants. EPA-certified AC company A STAR Air Conditioning and Heating suggests looking out for these possible indications of poor air quality if you want to ensure that you have a safe environment inside your home.——————————————– CONTINUE READING ——————————————–Evidence of Water DamageFinding signs of water damage usually prompts homeowners to seek help in checking for possible damage that would require roof or siding repairs. You should definitely do the same, and in addition have your air quality checked. Moisture retention, when left unattended, may result in mold growth throughout your home, which in turn can cause a number of illnesses.Heating and Cooling ProblemsPay attention to HVAC issues in your home. Adequate insulation and proper ventilation should give you more comfortable surroundings as well as cleaner indoor air. Even if the AC unit cost of your chosen system is one you can well afford, your investment will be useless if your home isn’t properly insulated because over time you’ll end up spending more to heat and cool your home. Also, when your indoor temperature isn’t consistently warm or cold enough, your HVAC system will have to work harder than it needs to. Health IssuesPoor air quality can trigger or exacerbate certain conditions such as asthma and allergies, among others. If you want to prevent such from happening, have an indoor air quality expert like those at A STAR Air Conditioning and Heating inspect your home. They can help determine what changes you might need to implement in your bid to live a clean and healthy lifestyle.Avoid the risks of having poor indoor air quality with the help of our AC repair and installation specialists at A STAR Air Conditioning and Heating. We’re a family-owned and operated business and have been offering residential and commercial services since 2006. Book an appointment with us by filling out our contact form here or giving us a call at (800) 454-0987.