Indoor Air Quality Assessment

Is Your Home Making You Sick?

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    Want to Feel Better?

    Diagnosis

    Do you or a member of your household experience any of the following on a regular basis?

    • Dry Throat
    • Headaches
    • Asthma
    • Dry Skin
    • Allergies
    • Stuffy Nose
    • Snoring

    If you answered yes to any of these, the air quality in your home may need to be improved.

    What can you do

    Indoor Air Quality Checklist

    Keeping your home clean and free of dust is just the beginning when it comes to indoor air quality. At Air Doctor Heating and Air, we understand the importance of breathing clean air in your home. That’s why we offer tailored solutions to improve air quality, from in-duct air purifiers to humidity control systems like humidifiers and dehumidifiers. With our expertise and personalized approach, you can trust us to create a healthier environment for you and your family. Don’t let poor air quality affect your well-being. Contact us today at 301.799.7200 and let us provide you with the best prescription for all your HVAC needs.

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    HVAC Filters

    Check or clean your HVAC filters every 30 days.

    Return and Supply Vents

    Check your HVAC return and supply vents for dust buildup.

    Dryer

    Make sure your dryer vent is clean and free of dust build up.

    Vacuum

    Remember to vacuum under beds and clean door jambs and entry points.

    Air Ducts

    Check air ducts for leaks which may be invisible but cause air to blow in.

    Ceiling Fans

    Remember to clean your ceiling fan blades, and keep all surfaces free of dust.

    Live Healthier

    Indoor Air Pollution Prevention

    Indoor air pollutants are all around us. Surprisingly, even the everyday items we use at home, such as cleaning products and aerosol sprays, can harm the air quality inside our houses. To help you prevent this, we’ve compiled a list of the primary sources of indoor air pollution and included some easy steps to keep your home’s air clean and fresh.

    • RADON:  Have you ever had your home tested for radon? Radon is a naturally occurring gas that has been linked to causing cancer in certain people. That’s why it’s essential to ensure your home is radon-free. Getting your home tested is a simple process that can give you peace of mind. So, why not take the necessary steps to ensure the safety of your loved ones? Get your home tested for radon today and breathe easy, knowing you’re doing everything possible to protect your health.
    • ASBESTOS: Did your house undergo construction or renovation using asbestos-containing materials? Asbestos, a mineral fiber recognized for its durability and ability to withstand high temperatures, was extensively utilized in fire retardants and various building products. Sadly, similar to radon, asbestos has been linked to detrimental health issues, particularly lung diseases. It is essential to be aware of any potential presence of asbestos in your home to ensure the safety and well-being of you and your loved ones.
    • VOCs:  Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, are a group of organic compounds that are commonly added to household products for various purposes. However, recent research has shown that some of these compounds, such as formaldehyde, can have negative effects on our health. VOCs can be found in a wide range of everyday items like aerosol sprays, paints and paint strippers, and even dry-cleaned clothing. To minimize exposure to VOCs, it is advisable to opt for products that are specifically labeled as low or no VOC. By making this simple choice, we can take a proactive step towards creating a healthier indoor environment for ourselves and our loved ones.
    • SMOKING:  Smoking of any kind, be it tobacco, marijuana, or even chimney smoke, can have a negative impact on your health. Not only does it expose you to harmful substances like nicotine and tar, but it can also lead to long-term damage and stains in your home. To ensure a healthier environment, it is crucial to make sure your chimney flue is functioning properly and to avoid smoking indoors altogether. Protect your health and the cleanliness of your home by being mindful of the smoke you generate. Choose fresh air over harmful fumes for a healthier and cleaner living space.

    Service Area

    Frederick County, MD
    Washington County, MD
    Jefferson County, WV
    Berkeley County, WV
    and surrounding areas