For the second week in a row, you can’t stop sneezing and you’ve run out of tissues again. You thought it was allergies, but you haven’t been outdoors, so why won’t the symptoms stop? Unfortunately, the pollutants irritating you may not be from outdoors, but may be hanging in the air in your Baton Rouge, Louisiana, home. You can identify harmful indoor pollutants and stop them in their tracks with a professional indoor air quality inspection. Here’s how.
What Is an Indoor Air Quality Inspection?
An indoor air quality inspection is a detailed evaluation of the air in your living space. Prior to the inspection, our technicians find out about any symptoms that you or others in your home may be experiencing. Runny noses, itchy skin, and scratchy throats can help our technicians look for specific problems that could be affecting your health.
With your specific needs in mind, our technicians then use a variety of instruments to conduct a thorough inspection of your home’s air. An inspection can catch everything from volatile organic compounds to radon, asbestos, and even biological contaminants in your air. Following an inspection, our team will recommend strategies for improving your indoor air, such as installing a whole-home air cleaner or cleaning out your ducts.
Why Have Your Indoor Air Inspected?
You may be able to step inside and avoid the pollution hanging in the air around Baton Rouge, but your home has some pollutants of its own. Indoor air pollutants can be a source of constant irritation and even illness, and you may never know they are there. An indoor air quality inspection will identify sources pollution that you may not otherwise notice, and it provides you with the means to make your home healthy again.
An inspection of your indoor air can help you build the healthy home you need. To schedule your inspection today, call River City’s One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating at 225-245-9677.
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