Measuring and Improving Indoor Air Quality

Posted May 4, 2016

As the hot weather arrives in the Chicagoland area, our homes will be sealed with air conditioners running. While the conditioned air may feel great, it can actually be less healthy as indoor air pollutants become trapped inside. Most of these potentially harmful contaminants can't be seen in the air, they include: pet dander, bacteria, viruses, chemical vapors, pollen and more. So, how can you know how dirty the air really is inside your home?

Carrier Indoor Air Analyzer

The Indoor Air Analyzer service is offered through CarrierĀ® dealers and is an Indoor Air Quality innovation that can quickly and accurately identify the unseen threats potentially lurking under your nose. The Indoor Air Analyzer evaluates your home's air in about 30 minutes, producing easy-to-read reports. Your Carrier dealer can then recommend a series of good, better and best solutions customized to address your specific air issues. If high levels of indoor air pollution are found, there are effective solutions, including UV lamps, air purifiers and other IAQ systems that can filter the air and balance humidity levels to create a healthier indoor environment. Have questions about measuring and improving indoor air quality? Give ABC Plumbing, Sewer, Heating, Cooling and Electric a call.

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