Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality in Antelope

We want our homes to be a healthy place to live, but most people are unaware that indoor air could be badly polluted. While we may worry about toxins in the outdoor air, the indoor air is often much worse – and undetectable.

A well-insulated home can restrict airflow from the outdoors, recirculating dirty air full of dust, dander, smoke, pollen, VOCs (volatile organic compounds), mold, mildew, and particles of rodent droppings. While this is a horrifying thought, it is sadly true. People who are continuously exposed to indoor air pollutants can suffer unexplained respiratory illnesses, or trigger asthma attacks. If you are concerned about your indoor air quality, our team at Mars One Heating and Air can help.

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How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Some simple actions can help improve the quality of your indoor air, including changing your AC filter and other home air filters regularly. These filters collect debris and toxins faster than most people realize, and a dirty filter will allow unhealthy toxins to be circulated by your heating and air system. Several other options are available, including:

Your indoor air quality can be improved by installing a whole house fan. These fans allow you to replace the dirty indoor air with fresh outdoor air as often as you need.

Schedule an HVAC Maintenance Appointment

Your HVAC system recirculates the air in your home to keep it cool or warm. If the ducting system is dirty and dusty, or you have pets in the home, the air recirculated may be polluted. Our team can perform regular maintenance of your system to keep it clean and functioning. If you need duct cleaning, we have partners that we trust that we can recommend.


Contact Mars One Heating and Air Today at (916) 619-6515 to Assess Indoor Air Quality.


Indoor Air Quality Monitor

Our technicians at Mars One Heating and Air are equipped with state-of-the-art indoor air quality testing units. If you have a baby, young children, an older person, or a family member with a health condition, installing an indoor air monitor can be installed. This monitor will allow you to measure the air pollution in your home and act if needed. For an assessment of your indoor air quality, call us for a fast response. 

 

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