Have you ever asked yourself what might be in the air you’re breathing right now? It’s an important question. There’s a certain level of health risk in all of our daily functions.
Whether you’re driving to work, traveling by plane, chatting with guests, or getting exposed to pollutants in the environment, avoiding risk is just about impossible. On the more positive side, you don’t have to worry about indoor air pollution as much with Regional Foundation & Crawl Space Repair on your side.
It’s important to remember that mold spores are just about everywhere, both indoors and outdoors. While you can’t eliminate mold spores from indoor environments entirely, you can control them.
You might find mold spores floating in the air that circulate through your home or resting in its dust, but those spores won’t grow as long as no moisture is present.
If there is sufficient moisture or humidity in the environment, those mold spores will begin to grow and digest whatever surface they find themselves on. If left unchecked, mold can eat away at wood, drywall, and furnishings, causing significant structural damage to your home.
Some damage is cosmetic, leaving simple but unsightly stains. Eventually, mold growth can cause negative health effects and allergic reactions.
The HEPA System was the first solution designed for this problem, providing a portable air scrubbing device that could reliably clean indoor air. It performs several important functions that help improve indoor air quality while capturing any removable particles from the air.
Inside the HEPA System is a 4-stage absorption filter designed with a combination of activated carbon and potassium permanganate, which help remove odors and chemicals in the air.
Get a Free HEPA System Estimate Today!
Looking to improve your indoor air quality? Regional Foundation & Crawl Space Repair offers no-obligation free estimates on HEPA systems and crawl space repairs for North Carolina.