INDOOR AIR QUALITY
WHY CALLOW ADVANCED AIR CARE?
We are your local Las Vegas indoor air quality specialist with over ten years of commercial and residential duct cleaning experience. At Callow Advanced Air Care, we have duct cleaning experience in at a wide variety of properties, including hotels, hospitals, and a wide variety of residential units.
Our commitment to quality duct cleaning and services is unmatched in the Las Vegas valley.
For over 10 years, our staff has served the Las Vegas valley with residential air quality service.
Before starting any job, we will explain exactly what we will be doing, how long it will take, and after the cleaning we will have your home back to the way it was before we started (of course with cleaner ducts!)
Call today, or request a quote, for a thorough inspection of your home’s air system.
Our staff has provided service to many of the largest hotels and companies in Las Vegas.
We will inspect and clean your building’s air vents, trash and laundry chutes, all without a minimum of business interruption.
Call today, or request a commercial quote, for an inspection of your business air system.
WHAT IS INDOOR AIR QUALITY?
A healthy indoor environment is one in which the surroundings contribute to productivity, comfort and a sense of health and well being. The qualities of good indoor air include:
• Introduction and distribution of adequate ventilation air.
• Control of airborne contaminants.
• Maintenance of acceptable temperature and relative humidity.
• Poor indoor air quality can cause problems and have serious consequences such as:
Increasing health problems such as cough, eye irritation, headache, and allergic reactions.
• Reduced productivity due to discomfort & stress and increased absenteeism.
• Accelerated deterioration of furnishings and equipment.
• Strained relations between employees and employers or household inhabitants.
WHY SHOULD I BE CONCERNED WITH INDOOR AIR QUALITY?
For many years health authorities and governmental agencies have raised our awareness to the dangers of outdoor air pollution and have concentrated their efforts on finding ways to reduce pollutants generated by automobiles, factories, construction and mining.
Over the past two decades scientist have been carefully examining the indoor air environment of our offices, factories and homes and they have found this environment to be even more hazardous to our health than outdoor air.
Indoor air contaminants can originate within the building or be drawn in from outdoors. Particulate matter can come from far away places like blowing desert sands & volcanic eruptions or from nearby sources such as pollinating trees, industrial emissions, vehicle exhaust, cleaning chemicals & pesticides.
If these contaminant sources are not controlled, IAQ problems can arise. Statistics show that 1 out of 5 (50 million) Americans suffer from allergies caused by substances found in the home and office. Deaths related to asthma have risen 40% in the past two decades.