Given the pandemic and the increased number of wildfires in the last few years, high indoor air quality levels in Chattanooga, Tennessee, have been challenging to maintain.
But don’t worry! You can rely on Metro Plumbing, Heating & Air to improve your home’s indoor air quality, so the air in your home stays fresh, healthy, and clean.
Why Choose Us to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality?
Since 1989, Metro Plumbing, Heating & Air has been a family-owned business, and we take caring for our customers very seriously. And your home’s indoor air quality is serious business because it affects your family’s health and safety.
There are no hidden surprises with our pricing, and we aim to provide the highest level of services at a price you can afford.
We are so dedicated to your satisfaction that we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee and a five-year warranty on certain services. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Where Is Chattanooga?
Chattanooga is located in a plain surrounded by the Appalachian Mountains in southern Tennessee. This unique geography sometimes results in air pollutants getting trapped over the city, and the humid summer heat often exacerbates the trap effect.
What Is Air Quality Index?
The Air Quality Index (AQI) is a measurement for air quality running from 0 to 500. The higher the AQI number is, the higher the pollution and contamination in that area and the greater the health risks to you and your family. An AQI of under 100 is satisfactory.
The AQI falls into six categories, expressing different health concerns from satisfactory (little or no health risk) to emergency conditions (everyone is at risk). When wildfire smoke is in the area, Chattanooga’s AQI increases.
Indoor Air Quality in Chattanooga
Though in the late 1960s, Chattanooga had some of the worst air pollution in the country, in 2017, the American Lung Association declared Chattanooga one of the cleanest American cities.
Your indoor air quality in Chattanooga today may face some challenges. Some factors affecting your home’s indoor air quality are from outside, but others come from within.
Factors inside your home affecting your indoor air quality include mold, bacteria, dust, pollen, or mildew. Also, your carpets, furniture, and paints release chemicals that linger in your air. Additionally, household chemical cleaners affect your home’s air quality.
Pollutants, smoke, and contaminants from the outside also affect your indoor air quality. Chattanooga’s outdoor and indoor air quality declines when wildfire smoke in Tennessee or elsewhere blows in. And your home’s air has a big impact on your family’s health!
We Offer Indoor Air Quality Services and Solutions
Our technicians know the latest technology and devices to keep the air in your home pure. We use three strategies for better indoor air quality in your home:
- Source control
- Improved ventilation
- Air cleaners
These strategies work best when used together. Talk to us today to see we can use these strategies to improve your home’s indoor air quality.
Better Air Through Source Control
Source control works by removing the individual sources of contaminants to your home. Our experienced technicians can help you identify and eliminate sources of contaminants in your home.
Improved Ventilation for Improved Indoor Air Quality
We use ventilation networks to draw in outdoor air and circulate it to clear out the contaminants through your home.
Air Cleaners for Fresher Air
Our technicians are knowledgeable about many kinds and sizes of air cleaners and can help you pick the right size cleaner with the right levels of filtration for your home. Air cleaners range from small, inexpensive tabletop models to whole-home systems.
Why You Should Consider an Indoor Air Quality Monitor
Consider getting an indoor air quality monitor if you or your family members are sensitive to poor indoor air quality or suffer from respiratory ailments like asthma and allergies. Even if you don’t have respiratory problems, a monitor can give you important information about your home’s air quality by measuring harmful pollutants.
Signs of poor indoor air quality include the following:
- Are your indoor surfaces overly dusty and frequently dirty?
- Do you or your family members suffer from allergies or asthma, especially when you’re home?
- Do you have poor airflow in particular parts of your home?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, consult us about improving your home’s indoor air quality.
Give us a call today and see how we can help you improve the air quality in your home today!