Steamatic of Sarasota County Florida

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Indoor Air Quality Issues

Could The Air You Breathe Be Making You Sick?

Sure, people are more active in the '90's, but just think about how much time we spend indoors. At work, home, school, restaurants, shopping centers. On average, we spend about 90 percent of our time indoors.

We also want our homes and office buildings to be energy efficient to keep utility costs down. But, in an effort to seal the air out, we are also sealing the air in.

Did you know indoor air can be 2 to 5 times, and sometimes100 times more polluted than outdoor air.

Research shows that indoor pollutants such as dust mites, mold, mildew, animal dander, insect waste and body parts (especially from cock roaches), and tobacco smoke have been strongly associated with increased respiratory illnesses for people with asthma and allergies.

Biological pollutants like these promote poor indoor air quality and may be a major cause of days lost from work and school. In office buildings, heating, cooling and ventilation systems are frequent sources of biological substances which, when inhaled, lead to breathing problems.

Sounds pretty scary, but not hopeless. Steamatic's state-of-the-art equipment, methods and technology help clean and decontaminate air duct systems, as well as reduce the levels of bacteria, mold and viruses from carpets, fabrics and hard surfaces.

There is a difference in cleaning methods. To remove these contaminants you have to hit them where they live. Steamatic patented source removal equipment, loosening dirt and debris as powerful vacuums extract them. With hi-tech HEPA filtration, contaminants are trapped within the equipment.

In your home. An air duct and coil cleaning performed by experienced Steamatic technicians may improve the indoor air quality in your home. Steamatic's FREE, no-obligation inspection will let know if you're providing the healthiest home environment for your family. Supply registers, return registers and diffusers are removed and cleaned. If bacterial contamination is present the entire air conveyance system can be treated with our EPA registered products to help reduce future microbial contamination.

The air in your home passes through coils that heat or cool it. Steamatic's coil cleaning service removes the mold and bacteria that build up around the coils.

Sick Building Syndrome. Symptoms of Sick Building Syndrome include, headaches, fatigue, coughing, sneezing, nausea, nose and throat irritation, blurry eyes and difficulty concentrating.

As a building owner or property manager, you can look to Steamatic for a professional air quality assurance program. If you have an indoor problem, we can provide an accurate diagnosis, make specific recommendations, decontaminate your building if necessary and provide on-going consulting services. Steamatic can also assist you with scheduled inspection and maintenance programs to help prevent future "Sick Building Syndrome" problems.

Steamatic's process removes odors as it reduces dust and other allergens. Removing the build up of dirt, blockages and debris in your ductwork can also improve airflow increasing heating and cooling efficiency and lowering energy costs.

Why wait to breathe cleaner air - Call the professionals at Steamatic today!

* Source: American Lung Association
** Source: EPA

  • Respiratory tract infections attributed to poor indoor air quality account for nearly 150 million lost workdays, at least $49 billion in lost income from workers being out sick and an additional $15 billion in medical costs
  • Asthma is on the rise affecting an estimated 14.6 million Americans -- 4.8 million of those are children under 18
  • Today asthma is the sixth-ranking chronic condition in the U.S. and the leading serious chronic illness in children
  • It is estimated that 20% of the schools in America have poor indoor air quality

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