Indoor Air Quality, Durham, NC

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Let us help improve your indoor air quality!

Did you know the average human being inhales about 17,000 times a day, taking in around 2,000 gallons of air? According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air is often 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air! On top of this, Americans spend around 90 percent of their time inside, making indoor air quality one of the EPA’s top five environmental concerns for public health.

Indoor Air Quality in Durham, North Carolina

If your home has poor indoor air quality, you may be prone to frequent headaches, colds that last longer, bronchitis, and chronic asthma. We call this “Sick Home Syndrome,” and it is caused by insufficient insulation. When you breathe in trapped pollutants and toxins, this can lead to a number of health issues, such as allergies, asthma, upper respiratory infections, headaches, fatigue, skin rashes, and more. So, what can you do about it?

Let us at Mold Free NC show you exactly what you can do to improve your home’s indoor air quality and your health. We may recommend our state-of-the-art Disinfecting Air Purification System that was originally developed by the U.S. military to combat germ warfare. It removes 99.9 percent of all particles as small as .007 micron and eliminates 94 to 100 percent of harmful viruses, molds, and bacteria. Currently, you can find this technology used in medical clean rooms, hospitals, military applications, and many government buildings.

On top of our indoor air quality services in Durham, North Carolina, we offer a whole-house and office disinfection service. Through some additional training, we have now been updated on the best course of action for disinfecting homes and office buildings as a Certified Green Contractor.

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Call us today and let us tell you more about our options for improving the freshness and cleanliness of your home!

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