Breathe Easy with IAQ Innovation
Indoor air is up to seven times as polluted as outdoor air, and it’s a growing health concern for today’s families. This type of air pollution contributes to respiratory infections, asthma and allergies, and may exacerbate lung disease. At Breeze, we care about the air you breathe. If you have infants or seniors living in your home, or your family suffers from respiratory conditions, it is especially important to address indoor air pollution.
Diagnosing & Treating Indoor
Air Pollution with HomeAdvice
The diagnostic process involves three simple steps:
- Breeze places a monitor in your home for a period of three to five days. Data is automatically transmitted to our data center through the cellular network or a phone line.
- Data is evaluated and matched with the best possible solutions.
- Our indoor air quality consultant returns to your home with a full report from HomeAdvice.
Once you have all of the facts and have discussed report findings with your Breeze technician, we offer three proven means for improving your home’s indoor air quality. They include:
Taking the necessary steps to decrease or eliminate causes of indoor air pollution in your home.
The EPA recommends that homes (particularly newer, well-sealed homes) use some form of mechanical ventilation to ensure adequate air exchange with the outdoors. While opening windows can help, weather conditions may not allow this. Even when windows are open, air exchange may be minimal due to positive outdoor pressure.
Source control is the most important step to improving indoor air quality, but air purification systems help to achieve IAQ goals. HVAC filters protect equipment health more than the health of residents, and older duct systems decrease IAQ by acting as a breeding ground for mold and bacteria. To combat these problems, Tennessee residents are installing indoor air purification technology in their homes. Breeze’s offers a variety of indoor air purification technologies, and each has distinct advantages. Your technician will work with you to determine which system type is best for your home or business.
Breeze utilizes the AirAdvice for Homes™ program to assess and address indoor air quality. Designed to “make the invisible visible,” the system uncovers hidden indoor air quality and energy waste issues in your home. To learn more about the HomeAdvance Air Monitor, you can also give us a buzz at 615-523-9898 to schedule your IAQ appointment!