What Is Indoor Air Pollution?

Presidential Heating & Air Conditioning

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Allergy sufferers know all about poor indoor air quality and how devastating it can be to your health. Even people who don’t suffer from allergies are equally prone to the health risks of indoor air pollution, although they are less likely to experience immediate symptoms.

It’s no secret that outside pollutants can enter your home, decreasing the quality of your indoor air. These pollutants can be combated by keeping your windows closed, properly maintaining your air conditioning unit, and changing your HVAC air filter regularly. These practices will also improve the lifespan, quality, and efficiency of your air conditioning unit.

At Presidential Heating and Air Conditioning, we specialize in improving your indoor air quality with HVAC service and repair, humidifiers, and duct and filter cleaning. To learn more about improving your indoor air quality, visit our website or call us today at (301) 719-3315.

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