The air we breathe is directly linked to our health, and has a direct effect on our life expectancy! So what does this mean for you?

The average person spends 90% of their time indoors, so identifying and eliminating toxins and contaminants in your home is an important step in improving your overall health.

Not sure what potential contaminants are affecting your indoor air quality? Here’s our top 10 list contributors to poor indoor air quality:

  1. Asbestos
  2. Dust Mites
  3. Mold and Mold Spores
  4. Drywall Dust
  5. Chemicals
  6. Cigarette Smoke
  7. Animal Dander
  8. Bacteria and Viruses
  9. Formaldehyde
  10. Paints and Fumes

If you’re experiencing symptoms of poor indoor air quality, such as dryness and irritation of the eyes, headaches, fatigue, shortness of breath or sinus congestion, you should take some steps to make improvements.

Air duct cleaning is number one in our list of steps to improve indoor air quality. Air ducts can become clogged with contaminants including any of the items listed above! Every time your heater operates, these toxins are fed through your heating system and into the air you breathe. Regular cleaning of your air ducts will eliminate these contaminants and drastically improve your business’ air quality.

Are you ready to drastically improve the air quality of your business? Contact us today at 604-266-5006.