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Indoor Air Quality
The air that you breathe in your residential or commercial property every day can have a significant impact on your health, in both the short-term (nose and throat irritation) and long-term (chronic respiratory illnesses). According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the air inside your home may be even more polluted than the air outside. As such, ensuring your air quality is in good standing is an essential undertaking.
Fortunately, the team at Northern Services has the resources and expertise available to keep you, your family, and your property’s visitors healthy and comfortable. We can assess your needs and consult you on various remediation techniques and diagnostic practices, such as:
Whether you’re looking to improve your home’s air quality as soon as possible or get an accurate reading of your property’s current indoor environment, contact our professionals today!
Your indoor air quality is comprised of a complex interaction of several factors. “Poor” indoor air quality is a term used as a catch-all diagnosis for a variety of symptoms that building occupants or family members may be experiencing. To determine if a home or business has healthy air, or otherwise produces symptoms associated with Sick Building Syndrome, we consider the following full range of parameters that can contribute to indoor air quality issues:
Indoor air pollutants are undesirable, sometimes harmful, materials present in the air. Usually, the best way to address the issue is to control or eliminate the sources of pollutants and ventilate a home or business with clean outdoor air. We offer the following systems for your home:
With our indoor air quality testing services, our company will be able to detect, assess the extent of, and recommend remediation techniques regarding pollutants and other harmful substances making their way into the air that you breathe.
Our vent & air duct cleaning services for your house or business address the heating and cooling system components of your forced air systems, including supply and return ducts and registers, grilles and diffusers, heat exchangers, heating and cooling coils, condensate drain pans, fan motor and housing, and the air handling unit housing.
If these components are not maintained, they can become contaminated with particles of dust, pollen, or other debris. When moisture is present, the potential for microbial contamination, such as mold, is increased. Because of that, spores from said growth may be released into the home’s living areas or business. Our vent and duct cleaning services help combat this harmful exposure.
From house duct and vent cleaning services to UV Light installation in Renville County, MN, you can depend on our company to handle it all! For additional information about our services, reach out to a member of our indoor air quality testing company today. Since we care about you and your family’s indoor comfort, we also offer heating and air conditioning services.