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Heating & Cooling Nightmares, and How to Avoid Them

Choosing a Heating & Cooling Professional

  • What Makes a Comfort Qualified™ Company Different

    Choosing a New Heating and Cooling System

  • Know Your Whole Comfort System
  • The Three Most Common Problems With Your Comfort Systems
  • Has Your Home Had Its Regular Checkup?
  • Is Your Home's Air Under Attack?
  • Make Your Home More Energy Efficient!

    Home Comfort & Safety Inspection

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    Is Your Home's air Under Attack?
    Every human being inhales over 15,000 quarts of air each day, and much of that air is consumed in your very own home. That’s what makes this interesting fact all that much scarier: the U.S.’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ranks indoor air pollution among the top five environmental dangers to the public today! It’ one of the leading health risks everyone faces!

    The EPA estimated that pollution levels indoors could be two to five higher than the pollution levels outdoors. And on occasion, indoor air can be as much as 100 times more polluted. Knowing that, more people are having their home’s air quality inspected. From brand new developments to century-old neighborhoods, home can have air quality problems.

    Comfort Qualified™ Companies are also certified by the Central Indoor Air Alliance. They can inspect your home’s entire comfort system, including the ductwork, to locate any potential harmful pathogens throughout. And they can give you options on how to handle any problems should they find any in your home.

    The ductwork in your home may be crawling with these little dust mites. Other potentially dangerous organisms could live in there as well, like mold and fungus. They can trigger both allergic reactions and asthma flare-ups.

    Not sure if your home suffers from any indoor air quality problems?
    If that’s the case, ask yourself these series of questions:

    • Are there unusual and noticeable odors in your home?
    • Is the humidity level unusually high or is moisture noticeable on windows or other surfaces?
    • Does the air seem stale?
    • Are there any of the following symptoms noticeable among residents: headaches, itchy or watery eyes, nose or throat inflection or dryness, dizziness, nausea, colds, or sinus problems?
    • Have you noticed an increase in lack of energy?
    • Do you still feel tired after a normal night's sleep?
    • Do you have difficulty concentrating?
    • Are you feeling mildly depressed for no apparent reason?
    • Is there a noticeable lack of air movement?
    • Have you insulated or weatherized your home?
    • Is dust on furniture noticeable?
    • Is dust or dirt staining walls, ceilings, furniture or draperies?

    If you answered yes to a number of these questions, you may want a Comfort Qualified™ Company to inspect your home’s comfort system sooner rather than later.

    Click here to learn more about your home’s indoor air quality.