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How Is Indoor Air Quality Assessed?
Friday, July 08, 2016

With improvements in energy services, both homes and businesses are plugging leaks, sealing up cracks, and taking other steps to minimize wasted energy at every turn. However, with this uptick in building maintenance has come an unexpected consequence: increased levels of indoor air pollution. 

Levels of harmful chemicals in the air can cause health issues and aggravate allergies; however, with proper testing and equipment installation, the problems can be counteracted, so your indoor air is as clean and safe as possible.

How Do Energy Services Diagnose Poor Indoor Air Quality?

If you suspect your home or office has poor ventilation, it can be difficult to prove without testing the air quality. For that, it’s best to rely on a qualified HVAC specialist. Here is what you can expect:

• The test itself will cost just a few hundred dollars. 

• Electronic monitoring devices will measure temperature, humidity, particles (dust), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), carbon dioxide, and carbon monoxide.

• If indoor pollution is confirmed, a review of potential solutions will be recommended to you. These solutions integrate with your HVAC system to ensure fresh air circulates at all times, even when the unit is off if needed.

• If your indoor pollution is caused by Radon or toxic mold, you will need to look into the proper resources to get rid of the pollutants and keep them out of your home or office. Energy services pros can recommend the right services to help you with this task.

Reverse Indoor Pollution with Energy Services

It’s important to regularly test indoor air quality to ensure it’s safe to breathe. If there is a problem with the air, you can trust qualified professionals to take the necessary steps to clean the air, so you can breathe easier.
Do you need assistance from professional energy services to ensure your indoor air quality is as safe as it can be? Turn to our team of experts at G + S Energy today. We have the clean air solutions you need.

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