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Indoor Air Quality

You spend the bulk of your time indoors, which means the indoor air quality in these spaces will have a significant impact on your overall health. Unfortunately, research shows that the average indoor space is five to ten times more polluted than outdoor air!

Whether you’re in your home or at work, it’s essential to ensure your indoor air quality (IAQ) is the best it can be. That’s where we come in. At HomeX Plumbing & Rooter, we proudly offer professional indoor air quality services to residential and commercial properties across Anaheim, CA.

Our experienced crew can assess and improve the quality of air within any indoor space. We offer a comprehensive service guaranteed to have you breathing easy. Call us today to find out how we can help you achieve a refreshing indoor atmosphere.

Common Air Pollutants in Indoor Spaces

Some of the most common sources of indoor air pollution include the following:

  • Dust from the outdoors
  • Naturally occurring radon
  • Pesticides
  • Asbestos from deteriorating building materials
  • Mold growth
  • Volatile organic compounds in household cleaners, paints, and more
  • Cabron monoxide from fireplaces, stoves, and even smoking

Signs of Indoor Air Quality Problems

Without conducting an IAQ test, it’s hard to tell when you have indoor air quality problems. However, there are a few telltale signs.

  • Increased allergy symptoms and respiratory issues. Have you recently noticed an increase in the bouts of allergy sickness or respiratory illnesses around your home? Do you have more workers missing work due to allergies? That’s your cue to investigate and improve your indoor air quality.
  • Reduced HVAC energy efficiency.  Airborne pollutants can make your furnace and air conditioning systems work harder in two ways. First, airborne contaminants can clog up these systems, making circulation more difficult. Secondly, extreme humidity levels can increase dependence on your HVAC system. Both situations lead to more wear and tear.
  • Physical discomfort. Do you feel more uncomfortable spending time in an indoor space? Do you struggle with sleep or staying mentally alert? Those could be telltale signs of poor indoor air quality.
  • Visible mold growth. Mold growth points to excessive humidity in your indoor air. The growth is a double-edged sword as the spores are airborne contaminants known to cause a range of respiratory issues and irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat. 

If you notice any of these issues, contact our team at HomeX Plumbing & Rooter to discuss your indoor air quality options.

Indoor Air Quality Products We Offer

At HomeX Plumbing & Rooter, we resolve indoor air quality issues using a wide range of products. Some of them include the following:

UV Air Purifiers

UV air purifiers are highly effective at removing bacteria and viruses that your standard HVAC filters can’t remove. The lights purify the air by stopping these contaminants from multiplying and spreading in your indoor space.

Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers

Dry air can cause a range of health issues, including sore throats, irritation of the eyes and nose, nosebleeds, and other respiratory conditions. A humidity level consistently lower than 30% can also damage your furniture and wood floors.

Conversely, humidity levels above 60% can make your indoor space feel hotter. This leads to fainting, dehydration, heat stroke, and more.

We can install whole-house humidifiers and dehumidifiers to ensure your indoor space has the right level of moisture.

HEPA Filtration Systems

HEPA filters trap 99.97% of all known contaminants, including those as small as 0.3 microns (µm). We can install these filters so they can’t restrict airflow to and from your HVAC systems.

Get Custom Indoor Air Quality Solutions Today

Are you ready to breathe healthier, cleaner air?

Call HomeX Plumbing & Rooter in Anaheim, CA, today at (714) 426-9207 to get indoor air quality solutions uniquely tailored to your residential or commercial space.

Frequently Asked Questions on Indoor Air Quality Services

Can I Do Anything to Improve My Indoor Air Quality?

Yes! You can improve your indoor air quality by cleaning your home regularly, opening up windows and doors from time to time to encourage natural air exchange, and restricting any smoking to outdoor spaces.

How Often Should I Change Air Filters?

You should change your air filters every one to three months. The exact change frequency will depend on the type of filters you have and your specific situation.

Is Indoor Air Quality a Concern in a New Home?

Yes. Indoor air quality is also a concern in new homes because most of them are sealed tightly to ensure energy efficiency, which increases the likelihood of trapping more pollutants inside.

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