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Serving The Greater Fresno Area Since 1970


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Signs That Your Indoor Air Quality Is Slipping

Breathing air of a high quality within your home is imperative if you hope to live in the comfort that we know you deserve. Unfortunately, too many homeowners overlook this vital facet of the comfort equation, mistakenly focusing entirely upon their HVAC systems and their performances. While subpar indoor air quality may not be as immediately noticeable as oppressively hot temperatures within the home, it is still very problematic. Fortunately, there are some early warning signs that can tip you off to subpar indoor air quality in Kingsburg, CA. Contact Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning if you notice any of the following indicators in your living space.

 Aggravated Allergies or Asthma

One common sign that indoor air quality is subpar is the aggravation of allergy and/or asthma symptoms. Frequent coughing or sneezing fits, watery, itchy eyes, or asthma attacks may result from high concentrations of pollutants in the air. To resolve such problems, it may be necessary to use more efficient air filters, or more advanced air purification systems.

Increased Dust and Dirt

Do you adhere to a fairly regular cleaning regiment, only to find that it seems to be less and less effective in keeping your home free of dirt, dust and other pollutants that may settle on the floors and surfaces throughout? If so, the air that you are breathing is likely suffering such issues as well. We can help you to keep these pollutants out of the air.

Reduced Heating and/or Cooling Efficiency

Many homeowners fail to understand that poor indoor air quality can have seriously adverse effects on the efficiency with which they heat and cool their homes. When pollutants build up on air filters, airflow can be restricted, putting excessive strain on these systems. Buildup on sensitive components or on thermostats sensors can also impede the temperature regulation in your home. Work with a member of our indoor air quality team to avoid any such problems in your home.

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