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Indoor Air Quality Testing & Products

According to the EPA, Americans, on average, spend approximately 90% of their time indoors,
where the concentrations of some pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than typical outdoor concentrations.


These pollutants include mold, bacteria, smoke, pet dander, and dirt.

Luckily, there is a way to improve the indoor air quality of your home or business!

Boost Your Indoor Air Quality

Trust the professionals at Pro Temp Air DFW for all of your indoor air quality needs. Protect your loved ones with proper air quality at your property. Contact us today and we will complete a comprehensive air quality survey for your location.

Breathe Safe Air at Your Property

We all deserve to breathe safe and clean air at our home and office. Ensure your property is a haven for fresh air with our indoor air quality services. We are able to save lives and enhance the quality of your life by providing a safe living situation.

Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Ask about our financing options and how we can provide guaranteed service while you remain living in comfort. Depend on a locally owned and operated business serving the community for 100 years. We offer FREE estimates.

Facts About Indoor Air Pollution

*Sources EPA, American Lung Association

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Solutions for Indoor Air Pollution

Indoor Air Quality Quiz

  1. Is fresh, pure Indoor Air Quality important to you?
  2. Do odors from cooking and other sources tend to linger in your home?
  3. Do you notice unwelcome odors when your HVAC system turned on?
  4. Is your home in the prime mold / microbial growth range of temperatures between 77F-88F?
  5. Do you have children or elderly residents that are susceptible to common bacteria / viral infections?
  6. Are you continually spending money on chemicals to sanitize your kitchen, bathroom and living area surfaces?
  7. Are you looking to combat in home transferring of airborne illness during flu season?
  8. Does anyone in your household smoke?
  9. Do you have pets in your home?
  10. Does anyone in your family suffer from allergies, asthma or breathing difficulties brought on by airborne particulate – ie. pollen pet dander and dust?

If you have answered most of the questions as a “Yes,” give us a call to learn how to improve the air quality in your home!