Best Indoor Air Quality in St. Louis

Indoor Air Quality St. LouisDid you know your indoor air may be more polluted than the air outside? This can be a scary thought, but so true of many homes today. Many people have an indoor air quality issue and just don't know it. Contact your St. Louis indoor air quality experts, McQuerry's 24 HR Heating & Air, for air quality testing and advice on how to improve your property's indoor air quality.

Poor Indoor Air Quality Symptoms

  • You feel sick at home but fine elsewhere
  • Headaches
  • Severe allergies
  • Nausea
  • Shortness of breath
  • Coughing
  • Sneezing
  • Watery eyes

These symptoms are dangerous because they could lead to poisoning from indoor pollutants, make someone who has asthma or severe allergies ill, or even cause a child to develop asthma. Once we have determined your property's indoor air problems, with our air quality testing, we can easily and quickly eliminate the problem and then discuss ways to prevent further indoor air quality issues.

St. Louis Indoor Air Quality Maintenance

The first line of defense is to regularly change your air filters and to have a professional perform regular duct cleaning to prevent allergens and other particles from circulating throughout the home. We can help you by providing humidifiersair purifiers, and/or regular duct cleaning.If you suspect your indoor air quality isn't as good as it could be, let McQuerry's 24 HR Heating and Air perform indoor air quality testing.

St. Louis Indoor Air Quality Testing

When we conduct air quality testing we will  sample your property's indoor air and have a full report on what unwanted particles and chemicals you and your family are breathing. We check for:

  • Secondhand smoke
  • Radon
  • Carbon monoxide
  • Carbon dioxide
  • Mold
  • Allergens
  • Asbestos

If you suspect that carbon monoxide is in your home, immediately call the fire department and get your family out of your home. Then, you can call our indoor air quality specialists. Do not reenter the house until you are told it is safe.

Don't leave your or your family's health to chance, for our indoor air quality testing, contact us online or call us today, 636-225-0087.