RICHARDSON, Texas, Sept. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Cars, children and pets receive regular check-ups. Equally important for health and safety is a home health check up. Not convinced? That cough could be coming from contaminated indoor air or an overly dry home. Could your carpet be causing your sinus headache? Wonder about those mystery drafts or warped baseboards or floors?
Service Experts, whose certified technicians provide HVAC and air quality systems' installation, maintenance and repair, offers a Home Health(TM) Report Card for easy air quality assessment and solutions.
This Service Experts check-up assesses humidity, airflow, ventilation, fresh air exchange, ductwork and tests for carbon monoxide and chemicals from flooring, upholstery or insulation. Service Experts technicians are NATE certified (North American Technician Excellence) and know how each component affects your home's indoor air quality.
Service Experts technicians find that high humidity can cause mildew, resulting in health problems and warped wood. Add in high temperatures and concentrations of some indoor pollutants rise. Too little humidity can lead to dry skin and respiratory problems.
"The US Environmental Protection Agency reports that home indoor air can be 90 times more polluted than outdoor air," says Ian McKeen of Service Experts. "Using our Home Health(TM) Report Card, we'll find the problem and solution for better indoor air quality and total home comfort."
Window and door drafts are common as homes age and can also contribute to poor indoor air quality. Sealing these helps maintain excellent indoor air quality and can dramatically reduce energy bills, McKeen says. Inexpensive solutions include window sealing kits from hardware stores and fabric draft dodgers for doorways.
When in doubt, McKeen s
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