Experience the Benefits of Cleaner, Healthier Air Today!
Many people automatically assume that even though the urban skyline may look dirty from all the factory smoke and car smog, they don’t have to worry about such pollution inside the safe haven of their houses. The unfortunate truth is that even though the air inside your home may look reasonably clean, the indoor air quality within houses tends to be anywhere between 2 to 5 times more contaminated than outside.
Because homes are designed to be much more insulated nowadays, this means that all the invisible microbes of bacteria, mold and mildew spores, dust, and other kinds of debris get trapped within your HVAC systems. With nowhere to go, your ducts will directly blow these particulates into the lungs of you and your family, causing lots of respiratory illnesses. Avoid this unpleasant situation by getting in touch with our team at Dean Mechanical for reliable indoor air quality services in Wixom.
Contact us now at (248) 243-4774 to discover solutions for fixing your indoor air quality issues.
Superior Solutions for Your Indoor Air Troubles
There are multiple ways of dealing with an air quality problem in your home. Installing air filters and purifiers, from units built with HEPA filters to systems utilizing activated carbon technology, are all great ways of cleaning your air or destroying harmful pollutants. Humidifiers and dehumidifiers can help you maintain the proper level of humidity in your home. Discuss the best options for your home with our team at Dean Mechanical.
Call us today at (248) 243-4774 or contact us online and our technicians would be happy to answer any questions related to excellent indoor air quality services in Wixom.
What Is Gathering in My HVAC System?
If you have ever noticed a fuzzy layer gathering along the vents of your HVAC system or in the ductwork, you may pass it off just as dust. But what is “dust” made of? This seemingly innocuous gray substance is a mixture of many unpleasant materials, including dead skin cells, tiny bits of hair, dust mites, pieces of dead bugs, dried up soil and manure, pollen, and even tiny specks of plastic.
In addition to the visible particulates, there are plenty of hazardous contaminants that are invisible to the naked eye, floating in your home. Some of these pollutants include:
- Bacteria and viruses
- Mold and mildew spores
- Volatile organic compounds (VOLs)
- Remnants of cleaning sprays
It is no wonder that this horrible compound wreaks havoc on your respiratory system. Let our technicians know so we can resolve your problem of polluted indoor air.
Because it is so difficult to see most of the things that are drifting about in the air of your home, you may wonder whether your residence is really suffering from problematic indoor pollution. By being alert to the unpleasant symptoms of contaminated air, you can reach out to our team for fast support.
Some of the various signs that your home is filled with an invisible invasion of hazardous particulates include:
- The presence of headaches, migraines, and dizziness
- The occurrence of frequent nosebleeds
- Continual congestion and sinus problems
- Increasing asthmatic issues
- Coughing, sneezing, and sore throats experienced by your family
- Itchy ears, noses, eyes, and skin
- Collection of dust in your vents and ductwork
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