Air Advice Monitoring System

Tests the most common IAQ factors: temperature, humidity, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, chemical pollutants, and particles.

Healthy adults can experience adverse symptoms with as little as a single exposure to indoor air pollution. Some common symptoms are headaches, nausea, sore or scratchy throat, nasal irritation, dry, red, or watering eyes, coughing, and fatigue.

Air pollution affects everyone. You can’t hide from it, even inside your own home. A landmark study found that 9 out of 10 people are breathing unhealthy air inside their homes. But what is indoor air quality (IAQ) and how do you know if you have a problem?

We understand that you want your home to be safe, clean and comfortable for your family. We realize that you may not even know how indoor air quality (IAQ) can have a major effect on your family’s health, comfort, and safety. We are committed to helping you create the kind of environment you want inside your home. Gain the peace of mind you deserve knowing you are educated about the dangers of indoor air pollution and can take the steps needed to protect your family, their health, and your home environment.

When does it make sense to replace your old furnace with a new one?

If your furnace is more than twelve years old, it may be time to start thinking about upgrading it to a new high-efficiency furnace from Peters Associates.

The savings may surprise you. As gas and electrical prices continue to rise, you could save up to $600* a year and more in energy costs alone and think of the money you save on those increasingly expensive and frequent repair bills on your old furnace.
Why not arrange for an inspection today? Contact us today to get an appointment.

*Certain conditions apply.