Air Quality

Home: Indoor Air QualityIndoor Air Quality is of greater concern than ever. Not only must we be aware of moisture caused problems like molds and mildew, bacteria, gases such as radon and carbon monoxide, but also with such issues as VOCs (volatile organic compounds), the chemicals that are in so many of the products we use in our homes, from paint to pesticides to cleaning solutions. The closed environments of our modern, airtight dwellings tends to exacerbate these issues, creating of our indoor areas very much poorer quality air than that which is outside.

Air purification is a critical component of good indoor air quality. Even the best kept homes will have dust, pollen, mold spores and other allergens in the air. A good air filter is essential to reduce common allergen and airborne particles, reducing allergy and asthma attacks. It is estimated that Americans spend as much as 95% of their time indoors. Why spend that time breathing dust mites, mold spores and pet dander?

According to the American Lung Association poor indoor air quality may cause or contribute to the development of chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma and can cause headaches, dry eyes, nasal congestion, nausea and fatigue.

The correct air filter will provide relief to everyone in your household. There are many ways of filtering the air. Most are good but some can be harmful to your heating and air conditioning system. Let D. G. Meyer, Inc. perform an in-home indoor air quality survey to help you determine what kind of air filter or air purifier is best suited for you and your family.

Call or contact us through our website to schedule a survey.

Filters, Air Purifiers and UV Lights

UV LightThere are solutions to these problems. Regular and frequent cleaning or replacement of filters in your heating and cooling system are imperative. Other options to explore with your qualified D.G. Meyer consultant are Air Purifiers and UV Lights.

Air Purifier