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Professional Indoor Air Quality Services and Air Quality Testing in Warrenton, VA, and Nearby Towns

Indoor air quality services improve your health by improving the air that you breathe while at home. If you, your family members, or your co-workers suffer from seasonal allergies or asthma, you’re not alone; millions of Americans suffer respiratory conditions. Mold, mildew, bacteria, dust, dirt, pet dander, pollen, viruses, smoke, and volatile organic compounds only make these conditions worse. Conventional central air systems and air conditioning units only marginally help with the indoor air quality in your residence or commercial property.


Fortunately, Premium Home Services can help you find relief from these indoor pollutants with the professional installation of air filtration and purification systems. We provide professional air quality testing and customized solutions that can be installed for any new or existing heating and cooling system that fit your space, budget, and types of pollutants that are causes for concern in the following Virginia areas:

●     Warrenton
●     Culpeper
●     Gainesville
●     Haymarket
●     Amissville
●     Rixeyville
●     Stafford
●     Louisa
●     Falmouth
●     Sumerduck
●     Goldvein
●     Spotsylvania
●     Reva
●     Jeffersonton
●     The Plains
●     Marshall
●     Bealeton
●     Manassas
●     Linden
●     Front Royal
●     Stephens City
●     Orange
●     Fredericksburg
●     Locust Grove
●     Mineral
●     And beyond!

What Is Indoor Air Quality?

According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within and around buildings, residences, and structures as it relates to the health and comfort of their occupants.

 

Why Is Indoor Air Quality Important?

The quality of the air you breathe, both indoors and outdoors, has a direct effect on your health and overall comfort. You may experience some of the more prominent side effects of indoor air pollution, like a foul odor, yet others may go undetected. Indoor air pollution can result in serious health issues, including:

●     Headaches
●     Sore Eyes
●     Fatigue
●     Worsening Allergies
●     Respiratory Issues
●     Flu-like symptoms

Professional air quality testing and can help improve these issues.

What Does Professional Air Quality Testing Involve?

The team at Premium Home Services uses sophisticated technology to pinpoint IAQ issues that put your comfort, health, and safety at risk. After conducting our professional air quality testing, we’ll make targeted recommendations to resolve the problems. We sample your indoor air and measure it according to the following parameters:

●     Temperature
●     Humidity
●     Particulates (dust, pollen, etc.)
●     Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s)
●     Carbon Monoxide (CO)
●     Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

Mold Removal & Allergy

Indoor air can have lots of allergens, like dust mites, pet dander, cockroaches, and mold. Our experts find the source of allergens and treat them with cutting-edge remediation technology using a multifaceted approach to restore your home or business’s indoor environment.

 

Whole-Home Air Purifiers and Ventilation Systems

Our whole-home air purifiers and ventilation systems remove allergens, dust, mold spores, smoke, and bacteria from your indoor air and are especially beneficial for asthmatics, allergy sufferers, and those that want clean air. With home air filter installation, these air purification systems trap and remove airborne contaminants that pose a health and comfort risk to all occupants.

 

Humidifiers & Dehumidifiers

Our technicians may recommend investing in a humidifier or a dehumidifier to increase your property’s IAQ.

A humidifier emits water vapor to increase the humidity in your residence and is often used to combat the symptoms associated with dry air and cold weather. A few benefits that it introduces include:

  • Chest congestion relief
  • Sinusitis relief
  • Assists in remedying colds and allergies faster
  • Protects furniture and wooden instruments
  • May help prevent nosebleeds or snoring

A dehumidifier, on the other hand, removes moisture from the air. Since newer or remodeled homes have better insulation than ever before, they may produce less air-flow — therefore trapping humidity. Older residences can have poorly insulated pipes, windows, and cool surfaces, which, when introduced to warm interior air, can produce moisture. Here are some signs you could benefit from a dehumidifier:

  • Unpleasantly stuffy rooms
  • Condensation on windows
  • Musty odor
  • Visible mold on your walls

 

Service Areas

We are proud to offer all of our indoor air quality services to the following areas throughout Virginia: Warrenton, Culpeper, Gainesville, Haymarket, Amissville, Rixeyville, Jeffersonton, The Plains, Marshall, Bealeton, Manassas, Linden, Front Royal, Stephens City, Orange, Fredericksburg, Locust Grove, Stafford, Louisa, Falmouth, Sumerduck, Goldvein, Spotsylvania, Reva, Mineral, and the surrounding communities.

For more information about our professional air quality testing, home air filter installation, or smart thermostats, contact Premium Home Services today!

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