Indoor Air Quality Solutions
Did you know that the air inside your home could be up to five times more polluted than the outside air? That’s right, and according to Trane approximately 87% of American homeowners are unaware of indoor air pollution. In recent years indoor air pollution has become more of an issue due to modern homes becoming better sealed. This is great for energy efficient heating and air systems, because your cool and warm air will not escape from your home. Though at the same time, this means dust, dander, cooking odors and grease, pollen, mold, bacteria, etc. will also not be able to escape your home. All of these contaminates are contributing factors to asthmatic and allergic reactions, as well as other illnesses and disease. No need to be alarmed, O’Brien Service Company has solutions to your indoor air quality concerns.
Eliminating Particles From Your Air
With new and improved technologies, we are now able to offer many indoor air quality solutions to eliminate airborne particles. Depending on what type of contaminates you’re having trouble with in your home, we can suggest different options to resolve your situation. Some of the different products we offer as air quality solutions are air filtration systems, UV lights, and dehumidifiers. By having someone from the O’Brien team investigate your indoor air problems, they can decide what will work best for your home.
Indoor Air Quality Solutions & Services
Like mentioned before there are several products available to improve your indoor air quality. You can click the different tabs to view the products and see if it is a product you think will benefit your home. Or by calling O’Brien Service Company we can evaluate your situation and find the best solutions. With years of experience we can provide you advice and guidance in choosing the best indoor air quality solutions.
Indoor Air Quality Facts:
- “According to a study by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, indoor air contaminants are responsible for or aggravate half of all illnesses.” –Trane.com
- “Common housing problems or failures that occur in our homes include: musty odors and mold growth, window condensation, structural rot, peeling paint, back-drafting appliances, damp basements and ice dams, or build-up of ice on the roofs edge, and high utility costs.” –Lung.org
- “Many factors affect IAQ. These factors include poor ventilation (lack of outside air), problems controlling temperature, high or low humidity, recent remodeling, and other activities in or near a building that can affect the fresh air coming into the building. Sometimes, specific contaminants like dust from construction or renovation, mold, cleaning supplies, pesticides, or other airborne chemicals (including small amounts of chemicals released as a gas over time) may cause poor IAQ.” –OSHA.gov
- “Research indicates that people spend approximately 90 percent of their time indoors. Thus, for many people, the risks to health may be greater due to exposure to air pollution indoors than outdoors.” –CPSC.gov
- “Poor indoor air quality negatively affects more than 15 million Americans who have asthma and the 28 million who suffer from hay fever and other allergies.” –Trane.com