Here are some questions you should ask yourself:
If you have any of the above symptoms, you should look into our Clean Indoor
Air Alliance solutions.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends that you have your air ducts
and your heating and cooling systems inspected by a professional heating and cooling
contractor. This is especially important if someone in your household suffers from
asthma, allergies, or other symptoms that may be related to indoor air pollution.
This is an important step in a whole-house air cleaning strategy.
You must be careful in selecting the appropriate HVAC contractor. According to the
EPA: "A careless or inadequately trained service provider can damage your ducts
or heating and cooling system, possibly increasing your heating and air conditioning
costs or forcing you to undertake difficult and costly repairs or replacement."
HVAC contractors within the Clean Indoor Air Alliance (CIA²) are the premier
HVAC contractors in North America. They've undergone a rigorous process to be certified
by the CIA2. In addition, they conduct business in a highly professional manner,
are fully licensed and bonded, and employ the best-trained technicians and salespeople,
who are regularly drug-tested and background checked.
Using the Clean Indoor Air Alliance's Environment Analysis machine, your CIA²-approved
contractor will diagnose the air in your home. Within a short period of time, the
Clean Indoor Air Alliance's independent, third party lab will send both you and
your CIA2-approved HVAC contractor the results.
The report will detail the odor and chemical, microscopic airborne particulate,
carbon monoxide, humidity, and temperature levels in your home. Based on those results,
your CIA2-approved HVAC contractor can show you various products and systems to
solve your indoor air quality needs.
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