Air pollution at home comes from internal and external sources. Poor ventilation prevents the dilution and removal of pollutants generated indoors. High temperature and humidity can cause some pollutants to become more concentrated. Some of the most common sources of indoor pollution include:
Byproducts from fuel-burning appliances
Cooking and heating practices
Household cleaning chemicals
New carpet, flooring, and upholstery
Aging asbestos insulation
Pressed-wood cabinetry and furniture
Outdoor pollution (pesticides, radon, wildfire smoke, etc.)
Mold and mildew
Particulates and chemicals can be 100 times more concentrated than permitted by current regulations. Poor IAQ is strongly associated with respiratory illnesses, cardiovascular diseases, and cancer. The symptoms of indoor pollution include a cough, scratchy throat, headache, skin sensitivity, and fatigue. Organic and man-made pollutants can make homes, offices, schools, and any indoor environment a risk to your health and well-being.
The indoor environment in any home is the outcome of the interaction between the HVAC system, climate, contaminant sources, moisture levels, and building design.
Increased exposure to allergens and pollutants can increase the risk of respiratory issues and give rise to allergies and asthma.
While some sources cannot be completely eliminated from the house, advanced IAQ technologies have made it possible to limit the spread of these hazardous pollutants.
The quality of air in any structure plays an important role in the health and comfort of the occupants and at Service Champions; we would be more than happy to help you make your home a healthy, cozy, and comfortable place.
If you're not 100% satisfied with the service we have provided, we will refund all of your money. That's just one of our many guarantees.
It is important for you to feel confident when our technicians are arriving at your home. We have implemented increased hygiene routines, including hand washing and sanitizing before and after each client visit.