What You Can Do To Protect Your Indoor Air Quality

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Q: What can negatively affect my indoor air quality, and what can I do to protect it?

A: Indoor air contaminants can originate within your home or be drawn in from the outdoors. Some examples of contaminants include pollen, dust, fungal spores, emissions from vehicles on nearby roads or parking lots, and standing water promoting excess microbial growth. If contaminant sources are not controlled, indoor air quality problems can arise, even if the HVAC system is properly designed and well-maintained. A high-efficiency filter and ultraviolet (UV) light will improve indoor air quality.

Bill Mashraky of Cool Air Mechanical,
Bill Mashraky

Cool Air Mechanical
Years in Business: 11
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770.266.5247
www.770coolair.com

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