Is the Air in Your Home Harming Your Family?

Is the Air in Your Home Harming Your Family?

Your home is meant to be a safe haven from the rest of the world. Though you try hard to keep dangers out, a portion of your home might actually be harming you and your family.

Did you know the EPA considers indoor air pollution one of the biggest health risks facing America today? If the air in your home is polluted, you might not know about it. The only way to test for pollution in your home is to have an HVAC contractor perform an indoor air quality inspection.

Don’t risk you and your family’s health. Call Comfort Source Heating & Cooling, LLC today to schedule your indoor air quality check today.

3 common sources of indoor air pollution

3 common sources of indoor air pollution

When you think about the air in your home, do you think about how clean it is? If not, you might want to start doing so. It is important to have your home’s indoor air quality checked at least once per year to ensure it has not been polluted. Here are three of the most common pollutants in homes:

  1. Radon
  2. Mold
  3. Secondhand smoke
To reduce the risk of the health issues related to indoor air pollution, an HVAC contractor near Bird City, KS will use UV lights to detect harmful pollutants. We’ll then recommend installing a humidifier to help keep the air in your home clean.

If your home’s indoor air quality has not been checked in the last year, call Comfort Source Heating & Cooling, LLC ASAP to schedule an inspection.