At Complete Mechanical, we are always focused on Lynnwood air quality. That focus includes the air inside your home and the air outside your home. In order to help home and business owners manage their environmental air, we stay up-to-day on the latest equipment and the best means to save energy while delivering the desired results.
Air quality is affected by the means business and homeowners select to heat and cool their establishments. Interior air quality is also affected by the kinds of materials that are used to finish the interior and by the furnishings. Modern materials include plastics, metals, and a variety of paints and finishes – many of which can continue to exude chemicals for months or, in a few cases, even years. Obviously, this will affect your interior air quality. In fact, the Biodome project that was attempted several years ago ran into a problem with concrete that had not been allowed to cure sufficiently. Electricity is often considered the cleanest of energy sources when it comes to affecting outside air quality, and that is certainly true at the consumer end of things. However, how clean it truly might be, depends on the means used to generate the electricity. Water generation, while it has its problems, has a moderate environmental impact and can create other community benefits such as swimming and fishing in the lake created by the necessary dam. Photovoltaic panels and wind turbines are also good, but none of these things provide an absolutely stable, reliable source. We applaud the scientists who keep working toward better energy generation.
At Complete Mechanical, we are focused on Lynnwood air quality. Call us at (206)337-2360 to learn more about how we can work together to improve air quality inside and outside your home.