Indoor Air Quality Solutions
Over the last 20 years, homes have become increasingly more efficient. Advancements in building practices and materials have made homes tighter and tighter. While few would argue over the benefits over lowering our energy needs, it has often caused homes to become “sick.” In older homes, the accumulated dust from poorly constructed filter arrangements, the wrong filter being used, poorly operating A/C systems and other problems can cause poor indoor air quality.
There are things you can do, however, to improve your indoor air quality. A comprehensive view of your indoor air quality involves ventilation needs, the correct maintenance and operation of your furnace and A/C systems, the correct filter and it’s use, and other factors can help identify the issues and improve the air you breath.
At United Heating & Plumbing, we have years of experience helping people breath cleaner air. Call us today and let us help you improve your air quality.