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Indoor Air Quality Testing and Solutions
When you get home from a long day at work, it’s time to relax. You sit down on the couch and breathe easy. You might not want to breathe in too deep. Your home’s air may contain unseen pollutants, allergens, dust, pet hair, and viruses, all of which you and your family may be breathing in every second you’re at home. In fact, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency describes poor indoor air quality as a threat to both comfort and health.
The good news is that you can do something about it. Your local home services company, Reimer, offers indoor air quality testing for homeowners in Western New York, along with a wide range of mitigation strategies, including air duct cleaning and filters. We have specialists who will be able to provide you with advice, solutions, and products for cleaning the air you breathe in every single day.
To get started, give us a call. We’d love to help you get started with your indoor air quality testing.
What’s In Your Home’s Air?
When most people think about “air quality”, they think about what’s in the air they breathe outside. Exhaust, smog, allergens, and bacteria: you draw all of these things into your lungs every moment you spend outside your front door. After all that time battling traffic, you may see your home as a safe harbor, full of good air. Unfortunately, that’s just not the case, and your home’s indoor air quality can be even worse than the air outside.
Not only is your home’s air recycling the same pollutants and smog found outside, but it also has the addition of dust and pollutants from the materials used to construct your home. If your home has a basement, you may also have a radon problem. Long-term exposure to poor indoor air could result in not only greater sensitivity to allergens and dust, but health problems.
It’s an issue of scope. After all, think about it: how much time each day do you spend indoors versus outdoors? Even if you’re an active person or work outside all day, you’re still eating dinner, spending time with your family, and sleeping indoors. You spend a far greater percentage of your day breathing in the air from your home than the air from outside.
The best way to know what’s in your home’s air? Get a test. Reimer helps homeowners throughout the greater Buffalo area with indoor air quality testing.