Are you concerned about your indoor air quality in Santa Rosa? Do you wonder if the air you are breathing could harm you? Maybe you have asthma and allergies and you think that improving your air quality could help you feel better every day.
Poor indoor air quality can cause many irritations and health problems. Eye and nose irritation, headaches, coughing, fatigue, and breathing problems, and pollutants can have serious adverse effects to our immune systems.
There are many signs that you may need help with your indoor air quality. These include:
In the Marin and Sonoma Counties, we are spending a lot more time in our homes with the windows and doors closed. Fire season is a prolonged annual event. COVID-19 has caused us to be home more, and many people now work from home. Get your home tested with Aeroseal.
In the HVAC industry, we often joke that the standard one-inch fiberglass hardware store filter can stop golf balls. The effectiveness of air filters varies greatly. Paper or media filters are good for trapping particles. However, they do not purify or sterilize the air. Filters have a Merv rating as to how fine a particle they can filter out of the air.
There are many ways to improve your indoor air quality in Santa Rosa & across Marin & Sonoma counties.
We can help you install a high-efficiency air filter on your furnace. These come with varying levels of filtration and we’ll help you get one that will get more of the dust and particulates out of your air without overtaxing your furnace.
Raising or lowering the humidity levels in your home can also improve the quality of the air you’re breathing. We can help you install a whole-home humidifier or dehumidifier that will do this so you won’t have to think about it.
Other whole-home filtration units are also available.
We will work with you to help you get the solution that best fits your needs. Contact us at John Owens Services today and ask about indoor air quality in Santa Rosa. We’ll be there soon to help you get the solutions you need so you can breathe better at home!
The only true way to know how good or bad your air quality is to use an Indoor Air Quality Meter. The layperson should see less dust, less allergies, health issues, and a general improvement in the air quality.
We use IAQ meters to pretest your air before we install air cleaning equipment and use the meters to quantify the results
Our philosophy is simple, we always want to maintain equipment to give it the longest life possible. Next, we want to focus on repairing when something goes wrong. Then only as the last choice, we replace equipment when needed. That’s the John Owens Way.