Quelling Poor Indoor Air Quality at Its Sickening Game

Heating Contractor Imparts IAQ Healthy Tips


Let’s talk about the indoor air quality (IAQ) in your Des Peres home. Does anyone in your home suffer from allergies, asthma or other respiratory conditions? Are any of your occupants elderly or under 6 years old? How often do you clean your home? Also, how do the aforementioned questions correlate to each other?


It’s quite simple.


Indoor air quality influences your home and family’s health. Lead, mold, mildews, bacterial, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), particulate matter and other household contaminants counter healthy indoor air quality.


Data and statistics aggregated by the World Health Organization (WHO), indicated that 600,000 children suffer from mental impairment due to lead exposure.


Did you know that October 20 -26. 2013 marks National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week in the US?


In addition to thoroughly ridding the home of dust, dirt and lead, which contribute to poor IAQ, something as simple as an old filter has the ability to enhance IAQ.


Robert Hoffmann, the owner of Hoffmann Brothers Heating and Cooling service advises Des Peres homeowners: “Change out the air filter every 30 days to enhance good indoor air quality.”


FACTOID: Dirt and debris often consist of fine particular mat


Mr. Hoffmann also reminds Des Peres homeowners that regular air filter replacements for the heating and cooling system extend the longevity of your home’s comfort system. This not only benefits your family member’s health, but increases its efficiency.”


Air purifiers are sometimes necessary in environments where pet dander, mildew, smoke, mold and other pollutants hinder indoor air quality.



In Des Peres, households where volatile organic compound fumes, airborne contaminants and contagious diseases linger, UV germicidal lights generally terminate bacteria and microbes.



Promote healthy indoor air quality in your Des Peres Home



Schedule your next maintenance call with Hoffmann Brothers heating and cooling at (314) 664-3011.



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