Indoor Air Quality

Everyone will agree that clean air is very important for good health. This is especially true when it comes to caring for your indoor air quality.

Americans spend close to 90% of their time inside; at home, at work and in recreational environments. Most people, however, are unaware of the effects that poor indoor air quality can have on their health.

All of us have the ability to control the quality of our own indoor air. There are several things that can contribute poor air quality:

  • Biological pollutants are living organisms like mold, bacteria, germs, viruses and dust mites.
  • Chemical pollutants are gases and particles that come from combustion appliances, tobacco smoke, household cleaning products and personal care products, various building materials and outdoor air.

A lack of ventilation, especially in air-tight buildings, is a key factor that impacts the quality of indoor air. Is the air in your home really healthy? WILSONAIRE Heating & Air Conditioning can assist you with assessing your air quality and provide you with solutions to improve your environment.