Our Indoor Air Quality Services
Most people think air pollution comes from vehicles or factories and that as long as they’re inside, they’re safe. However, data proves that the air in your home is often more polluted than the air outside.
Dirty indoor air is caused by,
- Tobacco smoke
- Fireplaces and gas appliances
- Cleaning products
- Pet dander
Knowing that indoor air could be worse for your health than outside, here are ways we can help.
With our air quality treatment service, we will analyze your home for ways to improve ventilation. Whether it’s checking blocked vents or cleaning dirty air ducts, we’ll take the necessary steps to help you improve your indoor air.
Test Humidity Levels
Mold thrives in humid environments, so if your HVAC system isn’t controlling the humidity in the house, you could end up with mold and mildew, which can impact your health. Sometimes, an HVAC tune-up is enough to solve the problem, while in other cases, we might recommend a dehumidifier installation.
Changing your HVAC filter is an easy way to improve your home’s air quality instantly. Dirty filters spread dust, allergens, and bacteria throughout the house and cause your system to work harder, reducing its lifespan.
Poor indoor air quality can affect everyone’s health and well-being, but you can ensure the indoor air you breathe is clean and safe by calling us today.
Our Emergency Repair
If you’re like most homeowners, you don’t think about your HVAC system until it stops working. And while not every malfunction requires an emergency repair, here are a few that do.
If your furnace stops working in the middle of winter, you’ll need to call for emergency repairs. A furnace that isn’t working can quickly lead to a cold freezing, which can be dangerous for sensitive family members like young children or the elderly.
Consequently, an AC failure during a heatwave is another scenario where calling for emergency repairs is warranted, especially if the system breaks down at the start of a weekend or holiday.
Installing a new smart home thermostat can help you take full advantage of your heating and cooling systems.