Indoor Air Quality Testing Helps Pinpoint Issues and Their Sources
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has identified numerous pollutant sources that could have an impact on your indoor air quality. Companies that offer professional HVAC services can often provide you with specialized indoor air quality testing that can help you identify the precise causes of poor air quality in your Charlotte, NC home. This can help you and your family to manage these pollutants more effectively for cleaner, more wholesome indoor air. Here are three key reasons to consider indoor air quality testing this year.
Lower Energy Costs
Gaps and leaks in your ductwork can allow unwanted dust, chemicals, and other materials to enter your HVAC system. The U.S. Department of Energy recommends duct sealing services to reduce the infiltration of unwanted dust and particulates and to improve the quality of indoor air. If leaks in your ductwork are identified by your technician during your indoor air quality testing session, you can reduce your energy bills while protecting your indoor air by investing in duct sealing for your entire home.
Dust, particulates, and pollutants can trigger asthma attacks and can cause serious allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. Indoor air quality testing can often identify the causes for these issues, which can allow you to address them effectively. This can make your home a healthier place to be for the most vulnerable and at-risk members of your family.
A Fresher-Smelling Home
Poor indoor air quality is often associated with musty or unpleasant odors, especially when your air conditioning is in use. By finding and resolving issues with pollutants, organic growth, and other indoor air quality concerns, you can make your home a much more pleasant place to live throughout the year.
At Lakeside Heating & Air Conditioning, we offer professional HVAC services designed to suit your needs and your budget. We offer 24/7 emergency services for our customers in the greater Lake Norman area. Give us a call today to learn more about our indoor air quality testing services or to make an appointment for repairs or maintenance on your HVAC system. We look forward to the chance to serve you.
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