When a Clay’s Climate Control technician visits your home for an installation or repair service, we ensure your home is tightly sealed. This creates a barrier around your home, keeping heated and cooled air inside. While this practice is energy efficient and saves you money on your utility bills each month, sometimes it can create insufficient ventilation. Insufficient ventilation leads to air pollution (contaminants) collecting indoors. Your indoor air quality diminishes with the presence of contaminants. Contaminants can include pollen, pet dander, dust mites, gases, mold, bacteria, and viruses. If you notice you or your family suffering from allergy symptoms like coughing, sneezing, wheezing, or runny noses, it may be time to have a home air filtration system installed!
Did you know that indoor air pollution can be worse for you than outdoor pollution? People spend most of their lives inside their homes and buildings, so clean indoor air with low levels of dust, particles, and contaminants and the right level of humidity are more important for your day-to-day health and comfort. When you utilize proper ventilation and filtration systems, like home dehumidifiers and humidifiers, it can greatly reduce contaminants and improve overall indoor air quality. If you notice musty odors, condensation on windows, warped wood, or peeling or chipping paint, it may be time to call Clay’s Climate Control and have your indoor air quality checked.
Trust the team at Clay’s Climate Control to help your home environment remain clean and safe year after year!
When it comes to the comfort and safety of your home, you can trust the indoor air quality experts at Clay’s Climate Control. Failure to check your indoor air quality can result in some serious conditions, such as a weakened immune system, allergies, and asthma. Other health effects associated with poor indoor air quality include headaches, eye, nose, and throat irritations, and fatigue.
The first step to cleaner air is changing your HVAC air filters every 3-6 months. If you’re afraid your indoor air is still poor or you noticed any of the symptoms mentioned above, call Clay’s Climate Control. Our job is to ensure that your home maintains its indoor air quality throughout the entire year.
At Clay’s Climate Control, we employ highly trained NATE, EPA, and BPI-certified technicians who receive continuous training and education. If you want cleaner, healthier indoor air, we can help supply and install the latest home air filtration systems, air-decontaminating UV lamps, air purifiers, dehumidifiers, and humidifiers. We only install air quality products from the industry’s leading manufacturers. Our systems work with your home’s comfort system to ensure the air you breathe is always clean.
Our indoor air quality services are available to residents of Atlantic County, Cape May County, and Linwood, NJ. If you’re ready to take a step in the right direction for your family’s health, call us today.