Nowadays homes and buildings are constructed to be much more airtight than they were 40 years ago. This is great for heating and cooling. But an unwanted byproduct is that incidental indoor-air pollutants can become concentrated and pose a health hazard. Such pollutants might be chemicals, gasses, or living organisms such as mold or pests.
Physical symptoms of these pollutants are eye irritation, burning sensations in your nose or throat, headaches, and even chronic fatigue. They can also worsen (or in some cases cause) allergies, respiratory illnesses such as asthma, heart conditions, and various cancers. Individual pollutants at high concentrations, such as carbon monoxide, are potentially fatal.
If any pollutants are detected at hazardous levels per established standards—or if humidity levels are too high or low—we can advise you about simple cost-effective solutions such as:
Call us today at 608-205-4410 to learn more.