Indoor Air Quality
Most Americans spend a lot of time indoors in their homes and assume the air they are breathing is just fine.
They acknowledge that outdoor air pollutants are detrimental to good health, but don’t realize that the air inside their home can be just as hazardous.
In fact, some recent studies show that the indoor air quality (IAQ) in your home can be as much as 4-5 times more harmful than the outdoor air quality. This is mostly attributable to indoor air pollutants and airborne viruses and and other contaminants that are not properly filtered or eliminated from your home.
The Environmental Protection Agency says that indoor air quality is one of the top environmental threats facing Americans and are direct contributors to the ever-growing number of adults and children who are afflicted with breathing problems and other moderate or serious health issues.
The good news is that Merts Heating & Air Conditioning can help you make your indoor air quality the best it can be. Our Comfort Specialists can analyze your indoor air quality and determine the best option for immediately improving it.