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Top 3 Indoor Air Quality Questions Answered

Do you have an indoor air quality issue in your home? Are you searching for answers? Look no further! According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), the following are a few of the most frequently asked indoor air quality questions. Get your indoor air quality issues under control by learning the right answers to these questions:

What Can I Do To Improve The Indoor Air Quality In My Home?

Improving your indoor air quality doesn’t have to be an expensive feat! There are several low-cost solutions that are centered around 3 basic strategies: controlling the source of pollution, ensuring ventilation, and utilizing air cleaning & filtration products. Using exhaust fans while cooking or bathing, opening windows or doors, and being more conscious about the emissions being released in your home are just a few ways you can improve your indoor air quality right now. 

What are the pollutants in my home, and how do they impact my indoor air quality?

Pollutants in one’s home can be anything from bacteria, mold, mildew, pet hair, dust, or pollen. These pollutants can be brought into your home in a variety of ways, but it can be controlled by keeping your home’s humidity at an ideal level between 30-50%. With these allergens roaming free in your home, the airborne particles become breathable and trigger allergic reactions for homeowners and their loved ones.

Should I have the air ducts in my home cleaned?

The level of duct cleaning varies from home to home. We strongly encourage duct cleaning services if visible mold growth or a large buildup of dust can be seen inside the ducts or other components within the HVAC system. Call the ELITE Team to take a deeper look.

Taking care of your loved ones starts at home and the indoor air being consumed by your family is no exception. Let our family help yours by improving the air quality in your home. Call us at 772-940-5724 or visit us online at to ensure clean and healthy air today.