Jacksonville Indoor Air Quality Solutions

The quality of our air plays an important role in our health and wellbeing. When the air is poor, it can cause adverse health reaction in both the short-term and long-term. Our Jacksonville indoor air quality solutions can help homeowners and business owners take the steps they need to keep their air as clean as possible. 

Call Estes Heating and Air today at (904) 746-9747 or contact us online to arrange for a free estimate. From our Jacksonville office, we serve all of northeast Florida. 

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    The Benefits of Indoor Air Quality

    One of the main benefits of good indoor air quality is that it helps protect us from airborne diseases and irritants. Bacteria, mold, viruses, and other contaminants in the air can, if present in large enough concentrations, cause serious illness. By maintaining good indoor air quality, these dangerous particles are kept at bay.

    Creating a healthy environment with good indoor air quality is essential for people who suffer from allergies or respiratory problems. Those without pre-existing conditions will benefit from simply experiencing fewer symptoms to begin with. 

    Another benefit of good indoor air quality is improved mental concentration for all involved. When a room’s atmosphere contains too many pollutants and toxins, the lack of fresh oxygen can impair a person’s cognitive abilities. 

    Finally, good indoor air quality leads to better sleep patterns, which allows people to wake up refreshed. 

    Get a free estimate on our Jacksonville indoor air quality solutions, including air purification systems. Call Estes Heating and Air at (904) 746-9747 or fill out our online contact form today. 

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    The Business Risks of Poor Air Quality in the Office

    Poor indoor air quality can have serious and costly business liabilities. The health issues caused by poor air quality can lead to either increased workers compensation claims, or even costly lawsuits that companies may be responsible for.

    The most common type of legal claim related to indoor air quality is a negligence lawsuit. Employees may sue if they believe their employer was not taking the necessary steps to ensure a safe work environment, or if they feel their employer did not provide adequate warnings about potential risks from poor air quality. Even with clear policies in place and proper safety measures taken, employers can still be held responsible for any resulting injury due to bad indoor air.

    In addition to liability concerns, businesses must also consider the effect on productivity when employees are exposed to low-quality indoor air. Airborne contaminants can cause symptoms such as coughing, sore throat and respiratory irritation, which can impair cognitive abilities and reduce focus among workers. 

    Low productivity due to an unhealthy workplace environment can impact the bottom line. A responsible Jacksonville indoor air quality solutions program can be not only healthy, but fiscally prudent over the long-term.

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    Tips for Improving Indoor Air Quality

    There are some steps that property owners, both residential and commercial can take on their own to improve air quality. These include the following: 

    • Keep dust and dirt from accumulating: Dust and dirt can act as a breeding ground for mold and bacteria, which can then become airborne particles that are harmful to your health. Ensure that floors are regularly mopped and swept, and that carpets are kept free from dirt. 
    • Install an air purifier: Air purifiers can help reduce the amount of airborne particles in the home by using fans to draw the air through filters, which traps contaminants before they spread around the room. Make sure to regularly change the filter to ensure effective results.
    • Allow fresh air in when possible: Opening windows lets stale air out, while allowing natural air in. Air quality is improved without having to switch on fans or use additional energy. 
    • Avoid strong odors and chemicals inside the house: Many common household cleaning products contain toxic compounds, which can be inhaled and lead to irritation of the respiratory system. Choose natural alternatives wherever possible. An example might be using vinegar and baking soda for cleaning instead of harsh chemical cleaners. 
    • Repair any leaks or moisture problems quickly and effectively: Moisture is a major cause of mold growth, so it’s important to take action if there are any signs of water damage or leakage indoors. Property owners should promptly dry out wet areas with dehumidifiers, and ensure that all leaks have been fixed correctly.

    What Is the Symptom of Poor Indoor Air Quality?

    • Respiratory problems (coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath)
    • Eye, nose, and throat irritation (itching, redness, soreness)
    • Headaches, dizziness, and fatigue
    • Allergic reactions (sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes)
    • Skin irritation (rashes, itching)
    • Nausea and vomiting

    If you experience any of these symptoms, improving the air quality in your environment is essential. Contact Estes Heating and Air Conditioning and schedule an inspection today.

    How Professional Help Can Improve Indoor Air Quality

    While people can take prudent steps on their own, like the ones above, professional help should still be relied on for periodic maintenance and for fast action in the case of emergency. 

    Professional services can involve a thorough inspection of the premises, including all HVAC equipment, in order to detect and identify any sources of contamination. Professional technicians can then use specialized equipment and techniques to measure the levels of harmful toxins that may be in the air. By taking an integrated approach, technicians are able to create systems that filter contaminated air, while simultaneously increasing fresh air circulation.

    The Experienced Help You Can Rely On

    Estes Heating and Air has been helping customers, both residential and commercial, for over 30 years. We know the unique environment of northeast Florida, how to evaluate indoor air quality and the kinds of solutions that are necessary. 

    Call today at (904) 746-9747 or contact us online and we’ll come out and give you a free estimate. 

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