Unless you live in the mountains, clean air might be hard to come by, especially in your own home. It’s important to have your air quality periodically tested because of the negative side effects associated with having low air quality in your home.
Have You Been Feeling Sick Lately?
People whose homes have low-quality air often complain that they’re always feeling sick but they can’t figure out what’s causing their symptoms. Air quality can decline over a span of several years due to many HVAC problems such as clogged vents, dust-filled ducts, and old air filters.
If you’ve been feeling sick lately, you could have an air quality issue. Poor-quality air can cause breathing difficulties, coughing, sore throats, asthma, and sneezing. You might think that you have allergies when you might actually have poor air quality.
What to Do About it
If you think that you might have low air quality, you should seek out air quality testing services from your local HVAC company. Inspecting an HVAC system often requires professional experience. You might not know how to open your vents and if you do, you might not have the equipment to protect your lungs while you open your vents and expose your dusty ducts.
If there’s a problem with your air filter, you might not know how to clean it or even replace it. Of course, there’s also the possibility that your HVAC system is suffering from a problem that you don’t know about. By hiring an HVAC professional for air quality testing services, you can find out what’s wrong with your HVAC system.
Invest in High-Quality Air
If you get your home inspected and it turns out that your air quality is low, ask your HVAC professional to improve the quality of your air. You’ll probably notice an immediate improvement in your health and you will definitely stay healthier throughout the year.
If you’re having trouble breathing, don’t hesitate to reach out to Dave Jones Inc. at (608) 222-8490 and get an air quality inspection as soon as possible. You can connect with them on Google+ for more updates!