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Breathe Easy with Professor Cool’s Indoor Air Quality Solutions

Are you concerned about indoor air quality? Studies show that air quality is a serious issue, but most Americans aren’t worried about the harmful substances they breathe. It’s well-known that indoor air is significantly more polluted than outside air. Additionally, the average person spends about 80 percent of each day indoors. Headaches, fatigue, and respiratory irritation are all symptoms of poor air quality. These issues are exacerbated for individuals with allergies, asthma or chemical sensitivities. Whether you suffer from allergies or simply want cleaner air, Professor Cool can help you achieve your goals.

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Air Quality Test

To improve your indoor air quality, we start by performing a complete assessment. We’ll measure carbon dioxide levels, check the humidity, and determine where indoor air pollution is coming from and how to remove it. We’ll also inspect your ducts and HVAC equipment for signs of damage and issues that compromise performance by letting irritants enter your home. In addition to blocking leaks and sealing ductwork, we can improve the air quality in your home by installing these products.
  • Air cleaners and purifiers
  • Whole-house air humidifiers
  • Energy recovery ventilators
  • Carbon monoxide alarms
  • Germicidal UV sanitizers

Sources of Indoor Air Pollution

Humidity, air movement, and environmental factors all influence the quality of the air you breathe. Excess humidity encourages irritating mold and mildew growth. Adequate air movement or air flow dilute contaminants by pulling in fresh air. Depending on your needs and current air quality issues, our Indoor Air Quality experts will recommend one or more air cleaning solutions.

Air cleaners quietly and effectively remove dust, pollen, pet dander, and airborne pollutants. Germicidal UV lamps that are placed inside your heating and cooling system are exceptionally effective at destroying germs and pathogens at the source. If your air change rate is low, ventilators can release stale air and bring in fresh air while using recovered energy to maintain a comfortable temperature. These systems are ideal for Central Florida and the Tampa Bay area, where homes are tightly sealed for most of the year.