Why should I be interested in air quality in my home or business?
Over a lifetime, you could be breathing in polluted air such as Chinese dry wall, off gassing of formaldehyde, second hand smoke, small doses of exhaust fumes from your garage, high dosage of volatile organic chemicals and not enough oxygen in the air because of high CO2 levels.
This could lead to lung disease, cancer and other respiratory problems.
While some of these problems did occur years ago, older houses weren’t as air tight as the homes today. Fresh air into the home is not always the case today.
Some examples of bad air circulation or contaminants:
- You are getting leaks in your evaporator often “Less than 5 years”
- Odors persist in your home.
- Someone in the home has respiratory problems.
Because of these problems, the industry has found different ways to reduce these problems from special filters to introducing fresh air into the house through mechanical efforts. If you think you have one of these problems or would like to have your house tested, give us a call at 813-234-2419. We are your local Tampa Bay, FL air conditioning and heating contractor since for over 35 years.
At Air Masters of Tampa Bay, we believe that knowledge is the most powerful tool in air conditioning repair and service. We have compiled this list of most frequently asked air conditioning and heating questions in order to better help our current and prospective clients. Here are some of the top air conditioning questions and answers:
- Q. Is there anything I can check on my Air Conditioning unit before I call for service?
- Q. I read recently that the air conditioning system in standard homes is the single largest energy “hog” these days. Are there any new products that would help us save the environment, not to mention some money?
- Q. My electricity bill is almost double the usual amount during the hottest summer months. Is there anything I can do to help develop a more consistent energy bill?
- Q. We just bought our first home, although new to us, it isn’t exactly new. Where do we start?
- Q. My son was just diagnosed with severe dust, mold, and pollen allergies. Is there anything that I can do to help reduce his risk of an allergic reaction?