What You Can’t See CAN Hurt You
The quest for energy efficiency has made new homes tighter and less able to “breathe”. Combine tight construction with new building materials, indoor air pollutants and any number of allergens, and it’s no surprise that indoor air quality in many homes is lacking.
Poor indoor air quality can contribute to health and respiratory problems, the deterioration of furniture and floors and a general lack of comfort in your home. Proper humidity, ventilation and temperature control are integral to the health of your home and you family.
It’s estimated there are approximately 1,000 contaminants in our homes. These contaminants cause up to 50% of illnesses, as well as aggravate allergies and asthma. An Indoor Air Quality system from ClimateCare can eliminate up to 99.3% of these contaminants, leaving the air in your home healthy and clean. Our personal climate experts have indoor air quality testing systems that that will make the air in your home safe for you and your family.