Indoor Air Quality
Many experts believe that air quality within homes and businesses is as serious a health risk, if not more so, than the environmental pollutants we encounter outdoors. Considering the amount of time most people spend inside, this is a real concern. Fortunately, it’s one health risk that you can do something about.
In addition to helping identify the source of air quality problems such as mold, we offer a large assortment of solutions for your indoor air quality needs including air filters, air scrubbers, UV lights humidifiers, de-humidifiers, ventilators and more that help make your home more health-conscious and comfortable.
Although there are many harmless and beneficial molds, some molds can be toxic and pose very serious health threats. Although the metallic surfaces HVAC systems do not generate mold themselves, poorly maintained systems can support mold growth. Proper installation and maintenance can help ensure that your system maintains proper moisture control and filtration to keep mold growth at bay. If you suspect an air quality problem such as mold, our technicians can help identify the source and guide you in the proper corrective actions.
For those with allergies, asthma and other forms of respiratory illness, air quality is especially important. A high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtration system can provide expanded protection to purify the air and remove irritants more effectively than standard systems. Together, we can explore the products that best fit your personal circumstances.
Normal operation of an HVAC system can leave the air dry, irritating respiratory function, causing dry skin and generating static electricity. A humidity level of 30 to 50 percent is optimal in most environments. The exact type of unit that is best for your home will depend on the type of heating and air conditioning system you have; our qualified technicians can help you select a humidifier that will bring the greatest level of comfort to your home.
Eliminating stale re-circulated air is simple with a ventilator that introduces fresh outdoor air into your system. These devices can boost the efficiency and performance of your heating and cooling system for enhanced comfort and air quality. Our qualified professionals can review options and help you select the one that is right for your family.
Designed to work within your forced air heating and cooling system, ultra-violet whole house air purifiers can be installed directly into your ductwork to fight many common indoor air pollutants and improve air quality throughout your home. Like the UV rays used by the medical industry to sterilize equipment, a UV air purifier can also reduce airborne micro-organisms in your home. With specialized UV lighting, these purifiers also create oxidation, which effectively breaks down gases, vapors and odors for fresher, cleaner air.