Worried about your indoor air quality in Rowlett, TX? The hot, humid air and high pollen counts during the spring and summer months can make it difficult to keep the air inside your home clean and pleasant. If you’ve noticed that your allergies get worse when you get home or that you have a persistent cough that won’t go away, it could be a a sign of substandard residential air quality.

Most commercial buildings have systems in place to increase air circulation and minimize pollution, but your home probably doesn’t. Your HVAC systems have filters, but those are aimed more at protecting the systems from damage than at improving your air.

If you think your indoor air might be a problem or you’re worried about long-term health and safety for your family, let Bacon Plumbing Heating Air Electric run a few tests and let you know how your home measures up.