Indoor Air Quality Services
Helping Your Family Breathe Healthy & Clean Air
Did you know that emissions from fireplaces, stoves, and cleaning products can cause indoor air issues? We’re definitely not suggesting you stop lighting a cozy fire in the winter, eating delicious home cooked meals, or having your house cleaned. You shouldn’t have to give up life’s little pleasures. We do, however, recommend trusting our certified comfort specialists, or as we love to call them, HVAC artists, to help improve your home’s efficiency with indoor air quality services.
We’re highly trained and experienced professionals partnering with you to make your home feel like home again. With One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning assisting you, you can finally sit back, relax, and let us clear the air.
Call (800) 893-3523 or request an appointment today for AC and heating repair, installation, and maintenance services.
What is Indoor Air Quality?
Indoor air quality refers to the air quality/condition inside a building or structure as it relates to the health, safety, and comfort of occupants. When you understand the harm that common pollutants can cause inside your home, you can take specific steps to improve your air quality long-term.
Why is Indoor Air Quality Important?
When the indoor air quality is unsafe, it can affect occupants negatively. People with underlying ailments and respiratory conditions, like asthma, can be the most affected by poor air quality. Due to prolonged exposure, even relatively healthy individuals can be adversely affected by pollutants in the air. Some people may not experience immediate problems. In fact, long-term exposure to poor indoor air quality can manifest years later.
Negative Short-Term Effects of Poor Indoor Air Quality
Immediate and short-term effects of poor indoor air quality can depend on age and pre-existing conditions. In many cases, the person’s adverse reaction can also vary based on their level of sensitivity. Some people may experience symptoms that mimic a cold or viral infection as a result of airborne pollutants.
Long-Term Risks of Poor Indoor Air Quality
Long-term and repeated exposure to harmful pollutants in the air may not show up for years. However, that depends on the person. Improving indoor air quality won’t cure serious health conditions like cancer or heart disease, but it can reduce the symptoms and severity of pre-existing conditions.
Destruction of Your HVAC System
Did you know that indoor air quality not only has adverse effects on your health but can also destroy your HVAC system? While you can’t always visually tell if you have poor indoor air quality, the operation of your heating and cooling system can help diagnose it. Debris and dust in dirty air filters and ductwork can cause your HVAC system to work inefficiently and increase energy costs. Additionally, summer humidity can produce moisture, allowing mold and mildew to thrive and make it difficult for your AC to cool appropriately.
Contact our indoor air quality experts today to schedule an appointment at (800) 893-3523!
Causes of Poor Indoor Air Quality
Various things can cause poor indoor air quality, none of which are suitable for your HVAC system. Whether you have inadequate ventilation or airborne pollutants, it’s crucial to have a professional provide indoor air quality testing as soon as possible.
Let’s face it; air contaminants are everywhere. However, they affect everyone differently. Some people have severe and life-threatening reactions when exposed to indoor pollutants, while others experience no issues. When it comes to indoor air quality, many of the pollutants you’ll find include pet dander, dust, pollen, tobacco smoke, excessive moisture, and more. Air filters are designed to catch these impurities but become insufficient with months (even years) of contaminant buildup.
Your health is at greater risk of poor indoor air quality when too much outdoor air seeps inside your home or office space. Unless your commercial building has a special ventilation system intended to minimize outdoor air contamination, you may have high toxin and pollutant levels inside. Our AC and heating company performs exceptional indoor air quality testing so that you have all the answers to create a plan of action.
How Outdoor Air Enters Your Home
Outdoor air enters indoor space in three ways: mechanical ventilation, infiltration, and natural ventilation.
Mechanical ventilation methods typically include outdoor-vented fans that remove air from a particular room, such as a laundry room, kitchen, or bathroom. Or, you can have an air handling system that uses ducts and fans to remove indoor air from one space to another room inside your home.
Outdoor air finds its way inside your home via seals, cracks, joints, openings, ceilings, and floors. When there is minimal infiltration in your home or commercial space, this can cause the air exchange rate to be lower and air impurity levels to increase.
Natural ventilation is when air moves naturally through windows and doors. Air movement, in this case, is caused by different indoor and outdoor temperatures.
Our technicians can install a whole-house air treatment center to clean, disinfect, and deodorize the air in your home 24 hours a day—naturally and without chemicals. If you need assistance enhancing the air quality in your home, contact our indoor air quality experts today for an estimate: (800) 893-3523!
Air Quality Services that Help Your Family Breathe Healthy & Clean Air Again
Our air quality services focus on improving your air quality and detecting future issues that may negatively impact your loved one’s health. We want to help you preserve your home’s comfort and protect what’s most important to you.
We offer the following air quality services:
- In-Home Resident Assessment – Our in-home resident assessment helps us identify issues with your air quality and the source of the problem, so you’re better prepared to make a decision to resolve the matter quickly.
- Indoor Air Quality Testing – Indoor air quality testing doesn’t have to be costly or disruptive to your schedule. We are detailed and quick when it comes to assessing your air quality.
- Duct Cleaning – Indoor air can be directly affected by dirty air ducts. We can perform duct cleaning services to help your HVAC run smoothly and enhance air quality.
- Air Filters & Purifiers – One of the first steps in ensuring good air quality is changing air filters and cleaning purifiers. Our licensed technicians are trained to handle these delicate components, so you don’t have to.
- Humidifiers & Dehumidifiers – Adding or removing moisture from the air can significantly impact the quality of the air inside your home. We can install superior-quality humidifiers and dehumidifiers when you need them.
- Air Handlers – Cleaning your air handlers is a vital task that aids in improved air quality and the efficient function of your heating and cooling system. Our comfort specialists are experienced at caring for your HVAC and other system components.
- Heat & Energy Recovery Ventilators – Do you need a way to incorporate fresh air into your home without compromising temperature? We can install an energy recovery ventilator (ERV) to avoid putting more strain on your HVAC and help fresher air circulate throughout your property.
Indoor Air Quality Experts You Can Trust
You can’t (and shouldn’t) trust just any HVAC company when it comes to such a sensitive subject as air quality services. Choosing a company more interested in the quantity of services and not the quality of work can mean an inefficient system that costs you thousands in repairs and living in an unhealthy environment. One Hour is the AC and heating company you can trust to get the job done right.
Dedicated and Highly Trained Comfort Specialists
Before our comfort specialists ever set foot inside your home, they are thoroughly trained and vetted. Not only are our technicians trained in AC and heating repair, installation, and maintenance services, but they’re educated in how to deliver a customer-focused experience because your complete satisfaction is our priority.
Same-Day Air Quality Cleaning System Installation Services
To maintain a healthy lifestyle, you have to ensure that your home’s most vital system is working at peak efficiency. If your HVAC is malfunctioning, chances are your air quality is suffering greatly. Our technicians can assist you by installing an air quality cleaning system within a day or two of initial contact. We don’t like to make you wait because we know the damage long-term exposure to poor air quality can cause.
How often do HVAC companies guarantee your satisfaction? Not very often. That’s because other heating and cooling companies worry they may not be able to keep their promises—but not us. Your satisfaction is guaranteed because we have industry-leading experts committed to quality workmanship every time.
Our Indoor Air Quality Experts Can Enhance the Air Quality in Your Home
Healthier loved ones and a more comfortable home are attainable when you invest in your indoor air quality. Our team has worked with home and business owners just like you to turn heating and cooling systems into whole-property air treatment centers that remove pollutants and make breathing much easier for everyone.*
*Check with your local franchise; services may vary by location.
If you’re ready to get started, contact us today by calling (800) 893-3523, or scheduling an appointment conveniently online.
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