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Hansen Heating & Air now has the ability to conduct an Air Care Analysis, which helps to identify any issues with your indoor air quality. The main things that affect the air inside your home are carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, temperature and humidity. 

The EPA has identified indoor air pollution as one of the top five environmental health risks. Poor air quality also contributes to lung disease, including respiratory tract infections, asthma, and lung cancer, and can greatly increase allergy symptoms. If you or a family member suffer from allergies or asthma, or if you have infants or elderly at home, indoor air pollution and its risks are a priority to you. Adults in good health can also experience symptoms after being exposed to indoor air pollution just once. 

Some symptoms associated with Indoor Air Pollution include: 

  • Headaches
  • Nausea 
  • Sore or scratchy throat
  • Nasal irritation
  • Dry, red, or watering eyes
  • Coughing
  • Tiredness 

Some common factors that could be affecting your Indoor Air Quality:

  • Bedrooms – dust, pets, fragrances, dry-cleaning
  • Family rooms – tobacco smoke, wood stoves, fireplaces,  space heaters
  • Bathrooms – plumbing leaks, damp flooring and carpeting,  moisture, insect debris, viruses and bacteria, household cleaners, air fresheners
  • Kitchens – cooking smoke, gas appliances, household cleaners, insect debris, viruses and bacteria, garbage pails, plumbing leaks
  • Attics – outdated insulation, old clothing and bedding, asbestos, dust
  • Garages – paints and solvents, auto exhaust and gasoline fumes, carbon monoxide, hobby supplies (like vanishes and glues)
  • Basements – radon, plumbing leaks, viruses and bacteria, dust
  • Fireplaces – carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, allergens, chemicals, temperature, humidity, air pressure issues
  • Yards – pollen, dust, pesticides, herbicides

Hansen’s highly trained trustworthy Super Techs can perform an Air Care Analysis at your home or office in about 30 minutes using our latest technology. Our Analyzer measures levels of contaminants that may affect breathing.

Once testing is completed by one of our Indoor Air Quality experts, we will identify any contaminants and provide a detailed report of our findings. We will also make recommendations on how to lower indoor air pollution (if identified).

Is indoor air pollution an issue in your home? Call Hansen today to schedule an analysis and find out. The results may surprise you! 

Lowering indoor air pollution is typically an easy task, but you have to know what you are dealing with. 

Contact us today to schedule your Air Care Analysis and start breathing healthier. We care about your air!