Improve your indoor air quality
You tend to think of the air outside as dirty and filled with smog, pollen, haze, and other harmful pollutants. But the air inside your home is more polluted than the air outside with dust, spores, pet dander, chemicals from household cleaners, viruses, and bacteria. Your HVAC system spreads these particles throughout your entire house.
How do you know if you have a problem with poor indoor air quality? Look out for these signs:
- Heightened allergies
- Excessive dust
- Excessive humidity
- Funky smells
- You breathe and feel better outside
End the suffering today. Our service professionals specialize in removing these nasty pollutants to improve indoor air quality to protect you and those you love. Your safety and comfort is our primary concern. We offer several solutions to defeat harmful contaminants that improves the air quality in your home.
We attack air pollutants with an air purification system that addresses particulates, volatile organic compounds, and bioaerosols found in cleaning products. We use industry leaders Lennox Pure Air and Reme Halo systems to eliminate air pollutants in your home.
Most likely, your home may need dehumidification if you feel muggy due to excessive humidity inside the house. High levels of moisture inside cause breathing problems and pests you may not see. To get rid of the issue, we use highly efficient dehumidification systems incorporated into our new air conditioning units. We can install a dehumidifier into your home if a new system is not needed.
Dehumidification of your crawl space is important to the overall health of your home. During your appointment, we will inspect the crawl space to determine the need for a dehumidifier.
Crawl Space Management
Excessive moisture in the crawl space can cause pests, organic growth, high humidity inside the home, and other unwanted problems. We evaluate your crawl space and determine the appropriate solution for the health of your home. Solutions we provide include:
- Vapor barrier
- Total encapsulation of the crawl space
Have you noticed dry air inside and you feel dry skin, dry nose, dry mouth, and a lot of static electricity? It can make laundry day interesting. Gas furnaces, especially, cause high levels of dry air in the home. To find out if it’s a problem in your home, we can test the humidity levels. A steam humidifier will fix excessive dryness and keep you warm on those long winter nights.
Whole House Filtration
A proper HVAC filtering process removes harmful particles from the air. We identify airflow restrictions during our initial visit, which may reduce the effectiveness of your current filtration system and strain your HVAC, reducing the life of your unit. We can install a filtration system in your air ducts to filter the air for better indoor quality and give your unit a longer life.