Air Quality

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Signs Your Home’s Air Quality Might Be Compromised…

And What To Do About It.

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Poor air quality in the home is a risk to your family’s comfort and health… but how do you know if you might have a problem?

Pay attention to the quality of the air your breathe inside your home to detect any potential issues:

  • Unusual and noticeable odor/stale or stuffy air
  • Presence of microbial growth
  • Excessive humidity or insufficient humidity


You may not feel any difference in the odor and quality of the air in your home, but that doesn’t mean your air quality is not compromised.

If you are experiencing any of the below issues with your home’s structure and equipment – your air quality might be compromised.

  • Tightly constructed or remodeled homes (newer & remodeled homes are often sealed better, which has many benefits, but it also means in-home air quality is even more important).
  • Dirty or faulty central heating or air conditioning equipment
  • Damaged flue pipes or chimneys


Your AC system is comprised of a compressor – the unit outside in your backyard, and a furnace – the apparatus that actually conditions the air before releasing it into the air ducts to be distributed throughout the house. In the compressor air is primed with refrigerant before entering into the furnace, the unit that is typically stored in the garage or indoors. The furnace is also where the filtration process begins.

No matter how clean your basic filter can get the air, it can get dirty once again during its travel through the air ducts, especially if the ducts are not sealed or maintained.

Leaks and holes in air ducts create a vacuum in the attic. Conditioned air travels through these ducts but escapes through holes and leaks, finding its place in the attic. The air dirties with the stale atmosphere of the attic, collecting dust and other harmful particles. With the continual use of the central air system, more air is pushed through the ducts and more air escapes into the attic, pushing the dirtied attic air back into the ducts and into the home. This is another opportunity for air to contaminate itself because of poor ductwork.

In addition, the presence of moisture in these ducts allows for microbiological growth that is released into your home every time the furnace runs for either heating or air conditioning.

Air duct sealing refers to the process in which the ducts’ joints are sealed to ensure they remain clean and closed, keeping contaminants out and heated and cooled air in. At Service Champions, an advanced air duct sealing method is used where ducts’ joints are sealed with cement mastic.

Air duct sealing is recommended for all homes as it is vital in efficiently cooling and heating your air as well as protecting it from harmful or bothersome contaminants.

Yes. Homes built within the last 40 years should take extra caution as the central air systems are different. These homes are called “tight homes” which were designed to conserve energy by keeping cold air out during the winter and hot air out during the summer. However, this weather-tight efficiency results in even worse indoor air pollution because of insufficient ventilation.

Homes built between 1940 and the late 1970s should take caution to the material used to build their home. During this time, asbestos was a popular material in construction and home insulation. If your home was built between these times, there is a good chance your flue pipes have been built out of asbestos. The asbestos fall-out is prone to travel through air ducts and eventually, make its way into homes. This is a great danger given the health hazards of asbestos. It is highly recommended to replace these flue pipes or take measures to lessen hazards to protect your home’s indoor air quality.


One step you can take is to get a better filter – but there are more effective solutions available.

Service Champions can install these high-quality filters:


Service Champions technicians understand the importance of protecting the indoor air quality of your home for your family. That’s why

  • Every indoor air quality product that Service Champions carries is scientifically engineered and tested in homes just like yours.
  • Each high-efficiency system is custom-designed and installed to reduce indoor air particles and pollutants.
  • In many cases, the air filter we install can completely eliminate indoor air pollutants.

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