Indoor Air Quality

What are you breathing? Americans spend approximately 90 percent of their lives indoors, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and indoor concentrations of some pollutants have increased in recent decades.*

The link between certain common indoor air pollutants and negative health effects is well known. Radon, for example, is the second leading cause of lung cancer. Carbon monoxide is toxic; short-term exposure to elevated levels indoors can be deadly.

Health and environmental effects:

  • Asthma, rhinitis, sinusitis and allergic respiratory disease
  • Excessive mold, bacteria, dust, dirt and smoke
  • Increased utility bills thanks to decreased air flow
  • Unpleasant fumes and odors


The good news: Indoor air pollution is one risk that you can do something about.

The air quality experts at Current Mechanical can test, assess and remediate your indoor air quality problems. We have the tools and experience to fix any problems so that you can enjoy your home safely and comfortably.

Improve Air Quality:

  • Air cleaners (such as HEPA filters)
  • Air purifiers
  • UV germicidal lamps
  • Humidification
  • Steam humidifiers
  • Dehumidification


Current Mechanical has extensive industry knowledge and the competency that ensures your project or service will be done right the first time—guaranteed.

Current Mechanical offers:

  • NATE-certified, trained, drug-tested technicians working evenings, weekends and holidays
  • Mechanical Service Contractors of America STAR-certified professionalism
  • Competitive pricing
  • Maintenance agreement packages that offer budgeting consistency, peace of mind and the longest possible equipment life
  • Fully stocked service and maintenance vehicles
  • A pledge to leave our work areas the same as or cleaner than we found them. We also wear shoe protectors!


Find out how our air quality experts can help your health and save you money, and learn about the complete line of services we offer. Schedule an appointment online by filling out our quick contact us form or call 260-420-8138 for a FREE new-system consultation. Don't forget to ask about our exclusive 100 percent satisfaction guarantee!

*”Report on the Environment: Indoor Air,” United States Environmental Protection Agency, March 10, 2011.