Indoor Air Quality
Indoor Air Quality
Why an Air Quality Test is Recommended
Are you confident that your home’s indoor air is healthy and odor free? Are there lingering cooking, children or pet odors that you might not notice but would be unpleasant to others? In addition to odors, if your home does not have a whole home purification system, your family is breathing measurable particulates like dust, dirt, carpet fibers, chemicals, pollen, and mildew. These particulates can have an impact on your families health. Viruses and bacteria microbes are especially harmful to those who suffer from asthma, weak or aging immune systems.
The Air Scrubber Plus is a whole-home air purification system that can eliminate viruses, bacteria, smoke, cooking, pet and kid odors. In addition to cleaning the air, the Air Scrubber Plus will keep your A/C & Heating coils clean and reduce the build-up that restricts airflow and system efficiency. Your system will enjoy a longer lifespan and your home will be an odor, particle, and germ-free.
When you couple your A/C system with a home purification feature and high density media filters, you can be confident your home’s air quality.
What Makes the Air in a Home High or Low Quality?
- Homes with restricted or without the right air flow
- Poor exchange of air
- High internal humidity
- Leaky, aging deteriorating ductwork
- Loose seals in seals, windows, doors, and home envelopes
- Smoking, poor cooking exhausting and lifestyle choices
Some of these problems can create negative pressure when the HVAC system is in use, causing dirt, pollen, dust, and more to be drawn from the outside into your home, which compromises the quality of the air you breathe.
Types of Indoor Air Quality Systems
Air cleaners, scrubbers and air purifiers
Cleaners and purifiers are your frontal assault on indoor air pollution. They remove dust, pollen and other contaminants from the air directly.
Energy Recovery Ventilators
Complement your existing air conditioner or heat pump by exchanging stale indoor air with fresh outdoor air without sacrificing cooling power. It’s like you’re opening a window to let in fresh air without the downside of undercutting your cooling system.
Add humidity to the air. In the dry climate of the South Texas area, this can make a big difference in what the air temp “feels like”.
UV lamps use ultraviolet light to kill germs and other contaminants in the air. They’re often used near other HVAC systems. UV lighting works to prevent microbial buildup on air filters, cooling coils, drain pans, and duct surfaces, keeping your entire HVAC system working like new.
We are so grateful for the 50+ reviews we received this past year. We will continue to serve and treat each home and business like we would treat our own family and friends.