You can see when your home is in need of vacuuming and dusting, but what about the air inside your home? How can you tell when you have an indoor air quality problem? The EPA has done studies and the air inside your home can be 2-5 times more polluted than the air in highly industrialized cities. The majority of our exposure to pollutants happens indoors, where we spend most of our time. Some of the symptoms of poor indoor air quality are headaches, fatigue, trouble concentrating and throat and eye irritation. Indoor air pollution has also been linked to asthma.

There are many things that affect indoor air quality and each home is different, which requires different solutions. Newer homes are built more air tight which keep your home energy efficient, but also keep in pollutants. Modern homes may require additional ventilation. If your home is too humid that creates a breeding ground for mold and dust (which leads to dust mites), so perhaps you’re in need of a dehumidifier. There are also pollutants in your cleaning products and air fresheners. Along with all the pollen that makes its way inside.

The team at Andrew DiPietro’s Climate Zone will work with you and find the right solution for your home that works in our New England climate. We are experts in indoor air quality and can guide you in things such as:

We want you to not only be happy with the choices you’re making, but with the air you’re breathing. Your health and comfort is our priority. There are a number of products out there and by working with you we’ll find out what we can do to help create a healthy environment in your home. If you have any questions or are ready for help coming up with clean air solutions give the Climate Zone team a call at (978) 872-1190 or set up an appointment with us using our online scheduler.