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"Because Good Service is Hard to Find..."
--Jim Hafer, owner
Normally, we tend to think of air pollution to be more of an outdoor problem. However, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency publication, Care for Your Air: A Guide to Indoor Air Quality, the air that we breathe inside our homes can put us at risk for health problems. Indoor pollutants can be gases, chemicals, inorganic and organic materials, such as mold and pests.
Some of these indoor air pollutants cause health issues such as fatigue, burning and sore eyes, nose and throat. Other indoor air pollutants can cause or make worse allergies, breathing illnesses (such as asthma), heart disease, cancer, and other serious long-term health conditions. Sometimes, specific pollutants at high concentrations, such as carbon monoxide, can cause death.
Even excessive humidity can lead to issues with mold growth and can affect wood floors, doors, furniture and trim.
We have the experience and the training to deal with indoor air quality issues. We care about your comfort, but we also care about your health. We will be happy to tell you about our complete line of filtration, purification, ventilation and humidity control systems.
Be sure and call us if you or someone in your family are:
having excessive dust accumulation and/or suffering with dry skin
own or planning to own a piano, antique furniture, and/or hardwood floors
suffering with chronic headaches, dizziness, or drowsiness
suffering from allergies or asthma
865-856-0030 (Blount, Knox, Loudon, Sevier, Monroe Counties)