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We Offer Indoor Air Quality Services & Products to Keep Central Illinois Residents Breathing Easily

Mattex Indoor Air Quality

The American Lung Association reports that between work, school and leisure activities, we spend up to 90 percent of our time inside. What’s alarming is that the Environmental Protection Agency reports that indoor air is extremely more polluted than the air outside. Consider these facts:

  • 50 percent of all sicknesses are aggravated or caused by polluted indoor air
  • 17 percent of allergy sufferers do so because of fungi and dust in air ducts
  • An average six-room house gathers 40 pounds of dust a year
  • Dust and dirt cause 90 percent of HVAC system failures
  • A mere .042 inches of dirt on an HVAC coil decreases efficiency by 21 percent

Our indoor air quality experts at Mattex Heating, Cooling and Plumbing have 23 years of experience improving the IAQ in homes and businesses throughout Central Illinois. We are familiar with local allergens and other contaminants that creep into your indoor environment. When you choose us as your air quality specialist, you’re getting a professional team that knows the issues that you will encounter.

Breathe Easier with Our Indoor Air Quality Solutions

According to the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers, most fiberglass filters purchased at retail are only 7 percent efficient in removing pollen, dirt, dust and mold. If you’re interested in cleaner, healthier indoor air, we offer a variety of proven products that filter your air and improve the IAQ in your home or business:

  • Air purifier and cleaner
  • Humidifiers and dehumidifiers
  • Whole-house air filtration systems
  • Ventilators
  • And more

The causes of indoor air pollution stem from many sources and can vary from building to building, and even from room to room. Carbon monoxide from a malfunctioning furnace, odors from the kitchen and dust mite feces in your air duct system are but a few examples how pollutants can vary between occupied areas. You can identify some of these pollutants through visual inspection; you can pinpoint others through indoor air quality testing.

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