Indoor Air Quality Services
We produce a significant amount of contaminants and air pollutants just through everyday activities in our homes, such as dander, dust, and chemicals. These contaminants don’t disappear: they’re sucked up by your HVAC system and re-circulated five to seven times a day. Over time, these contaminants will build up in your ducts, and they’ll become a big part of the air you regularly breathe. Our Fort Worth indoor air quality services can purify your air before it is distributed throughout your home.
Most people spend around 90% of their lives at home, so having air that’s safe, clean, and healthy to breathe is very important. If there are any harmful elements in the air in your home, you might notice that you or someone else in your home are experiencing some of the problems they can cause. Dust mites, pollutants, pet hair, and countless bacteria and allergens could be polluting your home’s indoor air, and a poor indoor air quality can be responsible for several different illnesses, and may cause, trigger, or irritate serious respiratory problems. Our Fort Worth air cleaner technicians can make sure that your home’s air quality is not a risk to you and your family.
There are humidifiers that are small, portable devices that can offer some conveniences and may be perfect for some homeowners. But these models won’t offer the same control or level of effectiveness that you can get from a whole-home humidifier. Whole-home humidifiers are installed directly into your heating and cooling system so that your air air source can be infused with water vapor before it’s distributed into your home. It will allow to maintain an even air-moisture level in your home throughout the entire year.
Your ducts are one of the most important parts of your HVAC system and its efficiency, and they’re also a huge part of your home’s indoor air quality. When your ducts are dirty, blocked, or clogged, your heating and cooling system will have to work harder to distribute the air throughout your home, which means that you’ll be paying more for energy. It also means that whatever is blocking or clogging your duct system is being distributed with the air in your home, which can be bad news for your health.