Indoor Air Quality

Squatters are people who move into vacant—or even occupied— properties when they have no legal right to be there. They can create chaos in communities and nightmares for property owners and neighbors. You should never try to deal with squatters on your own. It’s best to contact local law enforcement authorities or the property owner.

We’ll Chase Off the Intruders

When it comes to your indoor air quality, you probably have squatters living with you and don’t even know it. We’re talking about the pollutants that foul your indoor air. They enter your home through a variety of products, including disinfectant sprays, deodorizers, paints, stains, insecticides, adhesives and household cleaning products. They emit harmful airborne pollutants and contaminants that compromise the quality of the air you breathe. And they refuse to leave.

Here are some symptoms indicating the bad guys have taken over your indoor air:

  • Allergies or asthma
  • Bloody noses
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Blurred vision
  • Low-grade fevers
  • Itchy, burning or watery eyes
  • Sleep apnea
  • Dizziness
  • Spread of flu, colds or other illnesses

That’s why you need to call in the authorities—Texas Air Authorities. We’ll enter your home with guns blazing to chase away the pollutants and other dirty dogs that are holding you hostage. Our technicians know their stuff and, when it comes to restoring your air quality, we’ve got you covered. We’ve seen it all and won’t back down from any threat to your health and comfort.