Indoor Air Quality Morton Grove, IL
The quality of the air you breathe is a key component of overall fitness and wellness. Because people spend most of their time indoors, maintaining a high level of indoor air quality is important for homeowners and business owners. At Gartner Heating & Cooling, we specialize in indoor air solutions that will help you maintain a safe environment for your family, employees and customers.
Indoor Air Pollution
When we think of air pollution, we tend to think of outdoor air pollution such as smog or a haze on the horizon. However, research shows that indoor air holds as much as 100 times more contaminants than the air outside. Poor indoor air can aggravate the symptoms experienced by allergy sufferers and lead to frequent headaches. A number of things contribute to poor indoor air quality:
- Chemical solutions such as hair sprays, aerosols, cleaning agents and perfume
- Biological contaminants such as dust mites, mold and pollen
- Airborne particles such as pet dander, carpet fibers and dust
- Outdoor pollutants from automobile emissions or combustible products stored in a garage
Fortunately, indoor air pollution is one health risk that you can control. We offer a selection of Bryant products that purify your indoor air and keep it safe to breathe:
- Bryant humidifiers help you control the moisture content in your home or business and reduce the risk of mold, mildew or bacteria growth.
- Bryant air purifiers come in a variety of styles and sizes and include room and whole-house purifiers.
- Bryant ultraviolet air cleaners rid the environment of bacteria and germs.
- Bryant ventilators refresh your indoor air and help you recover energy.
Indoor Air Quality Testing
Before you purchase any indoor air purifying products, we recommend you have your indoor air tested. Indoor air quality testing will identify the kind and amount of impurities in your air. Our experienced technicians at Gartner Heating & Cooling will conduct a thorough review of your home or business:
- Check for carbon monoxide emissions
- Inspect your ventilation system and air exchange rate
- Analyze air flow
- Look for mold and mildew
- Examine your HVAC system for proper functioning
- Test air samples for impurities
Once we complete the testing, we will provide a written, easy-to-understand report that includes specific recommendations for improving your indoor air. We will discuss the results with you and help you determine which air quality products best suit your particular environment.
Constant fatigue, colds and persistent, musty odors are some of the indications your indoor air quality is not as good as it should be. If you, a family member or employee are experiencing these or similar symptoms, it’s time to call Gartner Heating & Cooling. We serve Chicago and its northern suburbs.