Helping to Clear the Air: Precision Heating and Indoor Air Quality
For centuries, fireplaces have helped to keep a room warm during the winter. A majority of the homes in northwest Oregon and southwest Washington State have fireplaces. Still, that has not kept the residents in that area from contacting Precision Heating and Indoor Quality.
The location of that company contributes to the fact that it has chosen not to focus on cooling systems. Its employees serve an area that is midway between the equator and the North Pole. Since it rains frequently in that region, during the winter months, the men and women living on that rather soggy bit of land require a warming system far more than a cooling one.
Another reason that the phones at Precision Heating and Indoor Quality ring so often has to do with the habits of those people who tend to move to Oregon and Washington State. Many such new residents come from California. Those who hail from southern California are used to living in well-aired and normally sunny rooms.
While central heating does not create the ashes and soot associated with a fire, it does not always ensure maintenance of the quality of the gases within a room. The warming air released by such a system can cause hot pockets to form in any section of a heated building. Such pockets can prove to be a real annoyance to those who move north, from sunny California.
By the same token, a residences warmed by a centralized system can invite appearance of other troubles. For example, it can create an environment in which dust mites manage to live, grow and multiply. It can increase the air’s ability to hold floating bits of pollen. It can lead to development of a setting in which bacteria and viruses float about freely, ready to land on anyone who steps into that setting.
For some the stark contrast between California’s airy rooms and the stuffy ones in Oregon and Washington State can seem almost unbearable. In fact, one young boy used a fan in his heated room, after moving from L.A. to Salem, OR. That same young man had a history of asthma, a condition that reflects the nature of the surrounding environment.
That boy’s unusual and somewhat amusing action serves to point out the need for a company such as Precision Heating and Indoor Air Quality. That Company can install filters. Thus it can help a homeowner or building owner to filter out the allergens and tiny organisms that can be responsible for the discomfort of those who live or work in that sheltered environment.