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Indoor Air Quality Specialists in Charlotte, NC
Indoor Air Quality Specialists
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s the importance of breathing in clean and purified air. As one of Charlotte’s highest-rated HVAC companies, we are always looking for solutions that can go above and beyond our standard heating and air conditioning services. This is why we’ve added multiple services and solutions to aid in indoor air quality.
Why Focus on Indoor Air Quality?
EPA Studies have concluded that the air we breathe inside our home is much more polluted than the outdoor air. With Americans spending 90% of their time indoors, and indoor air pollutants 2 to 5 times higher than outdoor air, it is important that we make every effort to ensure the air our family breathes is clean and healthy.
Charlotte, NC, and Allergies:
Charlotte, NC, and surrounding communities are known nationally for allergies and asthma-related issues due to allergens. In fact, Charlotte, NC ranks in the top 50 cities yearly for allergies reported.
How We Improve Your Indoor Air:
In most cases, it really depends on the home. Older homes, homes with pets, or homes with a higher concentration of pollen-bearing foliage might require duct cleaning services sooner than others.
Our indoor air quality recommendations also will come based on the experiences and symptoms of you, the homeowner. Our friendly staff is here for you. Simply give us a call and we’ll walk you through all of our air quality solutions.
Below is a little more about our primary air quality services:
If you want to ensure that you and your loved ones are breathing the freshest air possible then let us take care of providing you with air cleaners. Research indicates that the air inside our homes may be anywhere from 2 to 100 times as polluted as the outdoors. So give your household a fighting chance against contaminated breathing air.
One of the best ways to keep the moisture you need in the air is by using a humidifier. This can be especially crucial during winter months when indoor heating systems dry out the air. And if anyone in your household suffers from allergies, asthma or other related breathing conditions this can be extremely important. Find out more about what these systems can do your home and the health of your loved ones.
Your HVAC system is essential to keeping your home heated in the winter and cooled in the summer. But when was the last time you had the ductwork professionally cleaned? The air recirculates through the system 5-7 times a day, which means it continues to pick up all those same contaminants lingering in the ductwork. With the average amount of time people spend indoors coming in at 90%, is about time we started taking seriously the quality of the air we breathe while inside.