Indoor Air Quality

The EPA reports that indoor air can be 4-5 times more polluted than outdoor air!

Your home’s air affects the quality of your life. Unfortunately, poor indoor air quality in the home continues to be a rising concern for many of us.

To conserve energy, modern homes are being built to increasingly airtight standards. This traps pollutants that can make a home deleterious to the health of its occupants.

By just walking through the front door, you can pick up on extremes in temperature, humidity and marked variations in air freshness. The average person spends at least a third of their day in their home. It’s important that your home be as comfortable and safe as possible for you, your family and your guests.

What does your home’s heating and cooling system have to do with your health? As any allergy sufferer will tell you, poor indoor air quality directly relates to a host of negative health issues. These issues range from allergic reactions including: sneezing and itchy eyes to more serious respiratory problems such as asthma and emphysema. In fact, the EPA cautions all Americans that indoor air pollution levels can be higher than outdoor levels. It is a known fact that a poorly maintained ac units that are long overdue for a cleaning, will exacerbate the problem of indoor pollutants.

Some other symptoms commonly linked to exposure to poor indoor air quality:

  1. Dryness of the eyes, nose, throat and skin
  2. Headache
  3. Fatigue
  4. Hypersensitivity
  5. Sinus congestion
  6. Coughing
  7. Dizziness
  8. Nausea

Homeowners are becoming increasingly aware of the impact of poor indoor air quality on their lives and the lives of their loved ones. They are turning to our knowledgeable staff for help address these issues. Our staff stays on top of the latest industry innovations designed to improve the quality of air you breathe in your home. Some innovations that EMS offers include: whole house humidification, whole house dehumidification, whole house electronic air filtration and ultra violet air treatment. So whether your issues are microbial, allergens, viruses and bacteria or linked to humidity, resulting in moldy smells and other unpleasant lingering odors, EMS has a solution for you.

We install all types of indoor air quality systems including:

  • Central air cleaners
  • Ultra violet Indoor Air Quality Systems
  • HEPA filters
  • Fresh air intakes
  • Electronic air cleaners
  • Air cleaner installations


Always use a trained, licensed and insured contractor!
Our competent team of qualified technicians regularly receive the latest in indoor air quality training. Along with constant professional development, we also equip our technicians with only the highest quality products and tools available on the market today. With EMS, you can be assured you’re in good hands.