Indoor Air Quality
Poor indoor air quality is among the top five environmental risks to public health.
Poor indoor air quality is among the top five environmental risks to public health. Let us improve your health with quality indoor air service.
The quality of your indoor air is likely much worse than the air outside. In fact, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, your indoor air may be 2 to 5 times – and occasionally over 100 times – more polluted than outdoor air in some buildings! This is especially concerning since we spend nearly 90 percent of our time indoors.
We all expect our indoor air to be safe. After all, we are in a closed building without the outdoor pollutants. And our HVAC systems ensure that we are comfortable indoors. But indoor comfort is not only about the temperature you set the thermostat. It is also about ensuring that the air you breathe is not negatively affecting your health.
Because we know the many potential problems of indoor air quality, that’s why Service Professor offers quality indoor air solutions. They are designed to cover the full breadth of indoor comfort and health for you and your family.
Health Issues from Poor Indoor Air Quality
Are you and your family members suffering from respiratory illnesses? It could be as a result of your indoor air quality. Studies show many negative consequences of poor air quality, including:
- Respiratory Infections
- Seasonal Allergies
- Structural Rotting
- Musty Odors
Service Professor’s certified Comfort Consultant will work with you to improve the indoor air quality of your home or business. Your consultant will visit on a day most convenient for you. He will conduct comprehensive air quality testing and discuss your family’s unique needs before recommending a solution.
Whether it’s a filtration system or whole-home humidifier you need, Service Professor has the skills and expertise to help make your comfortable and safe for your family.
Service Professor Indoor Air Quality Solutions
Air Filtration and Purification
Quality air filters will help to remove the allergens and other air contaminants from your rooms. You should change (or clean, depending on the type) your air filters regularly to ensure that your filters are always working to keep your air clean.
UV Light Systems
If you want to give your air filters added power to remove allergens, etc. from your air ducts, consider installing UV lights within your HVAC system. These lights will kill viruses and bacteria circulating in the air.
Dehumidifiers make your indoors comfortable in the summer. When you can remove the moisture from that warm, humid summer air, you will immediately feel the difference in your indoor air quality.
During winter, the air can get dry. A whole house humidifier can help to add moisture to the air so that you can feel more comfortable indoors.
Air Duct Cleaning
Your air ducts will collect dust, allergens and other contaminants in the air. And though you will change your air filters regularly, those contaminants will still be in your air ducts. If you find that your air filters are getting dirty rather quickly, then you should schedule an air duct cleaning appointment with Service Professor.
Not all technicians are qualified to clean your air ducts. There are certain components of your HVAC system that only a qualified professional, such as a NATE certified HVAC technician should touch. So, be careful who you trust with those delicate components in your HVAC system when your air ducts need to be cleaned.
Don’t Delay, Call Service Professor Today!
Do any of these relate to you:
- You or a family member has asthma or allergies
- You have pets
- There are small children or elderly members in your home
- Your air filters get dirty quickly
- You have had problems with mold in the past
- You have had humidity issues in your home or office
If you said yes to any of the above conditions, then contact Service Professor for an air quality test and recommendations for improvement where necessary.
Breathe easy knowing that Service Professor can drastically improve the quality of the air in your business or home. Our indoor air quality units can prevent you and your family members from getting sick.
When it comes to helping you improve the air quality in your home, you can count on the friendly, skilled HVAC technicians at Service Professor to do the job quickly, effectively, and properly…Guaranteed.
Schedule your personalized air quality assessment and improvement with Service Professor online or by calling us at 616-871-1900.