The Benefits of an Indoor Air Quality Report
Did you know that the air quality inside of your home can be worse than the air you would breathe in the smoggiest city in the U.S.? Even worse, most Americans spend approximately ninety percent of their time indoors, inhaling every ounce of it.
If you suspect your indoor air needs help, then it’s important to schedule an indoor air quality report with Climate Control Experts. Still not sure why? Here are five ways you can benefit from the results of this essential test:
1: Easier to Breathe
When your home is filled with positive indoor air quality, then you’ll instantly notice that it will be much easier to breathe. Scheduling an indoor air quality report with our team will be the perfect way to see what lies in your air and how to correct the problem at hand.
In fact, once a solution is created, there will be fewer airborne contaminants — which won’t put a strain on your respiratory system; your body won’t have to work twice as hard to pull oxygen into your lungs.
2: Better Humidity Control
Ideally, your home's humidity level should remain between approximately 45 and 55 percent, at all times. However, if it goes too low, then your sinuses will get dry — which has the potential to lead to a nosebleed. However, if your humidity goes too high, then you can develop a “stuffy” nose as a result (which is never fun).
When you schedule an indoor air quality report, we’ll not only be able to determine the current humidity level in your home, but we’ll be able to find the “magic” number your home should be set to at all times for the best results.
3: Lower Amounts of Airborne Allergens
Dust mites, mold spores, animal dander, and pollen are just a few of the many airborne contaminants you are breathing in on a daily basis. However, when you take steps to reduce those allergens, with the help of a report, then you won't have the sore nose, watery eyes, or coughing you had before.
4: Lower Energy Costs
When you take the proper steps to improve indoor air quality, you will find that your heating and cooling systems don't have to work as hard. This will ultimately lower your energy bill and make your HVAC systems last much longer.
5: Better Sleep
When your sleep gets interrupted because you are congested or coughing, then you aren't getting good night’s rest. By reducing the amount of allergens in the air, while boosting oxygen levels, your sleep will be greatly improved — and you’ll definitely feel the difference, without a doubt.
Think your home’s air quality needs improvement? If that’s the case, then please contact Climate Control Experts today at (702) 710-7910 to schedule your indoor air quality home report! Here at Climate Control Experts, we’re available 24/7 — because Las Vegas never sleeps and neither do we!