Keep Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality Fresh near Phoenix
Hobaica offers a variety of indoor air quality (IAQ) solutions to help promote healthier indoor air, including:
What’s Lurking in Your Home’s Air?
Why do you need to be concerned with the quality of your indoor air? According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the air within homes and other buildings can be more seriously polluted than the outdoor air and in some areas up to 100 times more polluted. In making our homes airtight to maximize the efficiency of our heating and cooling systems, we are also locking in pollutants such as:
In addition, our airtight homes keep out the adequate levels of humidity needed to keep indoor air healthy. Because prolonged exposure to unhealthy indoor air is a key contributor to asthma and other respiratory problems, this is a major concern for many Hobaica customers.
Why Choose Us?
Why choose Hobaica for your IAQ solutions? We have been serving the Phoenix area since 1952, so we have the experience you are looking for when it comes to the quality of the air inside your home. Our technicians also undergo continual training so they have expertise on the latest, most up to date solutions. We look forward to assisting you with the IAQ solution that promotes clean, healthy air for your home.
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Symptoms of bad indoor air quality in your home include:
- Fatigue, headache or dizziness.
- Eye, nose or throat irritation.
- Congestion, coughing or sneezing.
If you notice you feel worse inside your own home than you do outdoors or in other buildings, you should look into the quality of your home’s indoor air. To learn how to improve your indoor air quality, call us today.
To check the indoor air quality in your home, you can
- Use a carbon monoxide detector.
- Use an indoor air quality monitor.
- Have an HVAC contractor test your indoor air quality.
Getting an experienced HVAC technician to come test your indoor air quality is one of the most accurate ways to determine the quality of your indoor air. To get your indoor air quality tested, contact us today.
To fix bad indoor air quality in your home, you should:
- Use your bathroom and kitchen exhaust systems.
- Reduce the amount of indoor air contaminants in your home.
- Purchase an air filtration system for your HVAC unit.
Getting an air filtration system built into your home’s HVAC system can help reduce and eliminate contaminants before they re-enter your home. To get your indoor air quality fixed, give us a call today.