Charlotte Heating and Air Conditioning Services
If you have heating, air conditioning, or air quality problems to solve, don’t get frustrated. Finding a reliable Charlotte heating and air pro isn’t always easy, but you can call Healthy Home Heating and Air anytime. Not only is your comfort our #1 priority, but the health of your home matters to us too. So we can keep your HVAC system running well or install the indoor air quality equipment you need.
Take a look at our expert services and call us for an affordable, competitive estimate. You can reach us anytime for emergency repair service or call to schedule a consultation at your convenience.
- All Major Credit Cards Accepted On Repairs
- Special Offers Available
- Financing Available With Approved Credit
- Rheem Pro Partner
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- 24/7/365 Emergency Repair Service
Air Conditioning Repairs & More
When temperatures in Charlotte reach into the upper 90s, you don’t want to wait for air conditioning repairs if the equipment fails. The hottest day on record was 103 degrees set in 1986. With the high humidity levels in Charlotte, a house feels like an oven. That type of situation can literally cause heat stroke.
As local Charlotte heating and air conditioning contractors, we know what it’s like to be stuck in this type of emergency situation. When you call us for repairs, we’ll take care of you as quickly as possible. We can also help you avoid breakdowns with regular tune ups and maintenance for the air conditioner.
Air Quality Solutions For Homes
Located in Mecklenburg County, Charlotte is a community that actively participates in monitoring and regulating air quality compliance for businesses and vehicle emissions. In fact, residents can help stop smoking cars and trucks by reporting information to Mecklenburg County Air Quality authorities by dialing 311 or reporting online.* You can also keep track of the daily and forecasted air quality index value. On certain days when the color code is orange, red, or purple, citizens are advised to limit prolonged exposure or heavy exertion outdoors.**
Every home has building materials, furnishings, carpeting, or paint which release toxic vapors into the air. These volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, are trapped indoors. Ozone is produced outdoors through chemical reactions of various VOCs and nitrogen oxides when exposed to UV light from the sun. Outdoor ozone reacts chemically with the air inside a home, increasing the indoor air pollution.
When looking for an air cleaner for your Charlotte home, be sure you choose one that will remove ozone and other tiny particles. VOCs are very unhealthy for you and your family. A good system will also remove odors, bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms like mold spores from the air inside your home. You should know that a portable air cleaner is better than nothing but cannot do what an automatic whole-home air cleaner can. Plus, your HVAC system should be thoroughly checked out because mildew and mold really love the dark, moist areas near the drip pan. A UV light can be installed there to remedy the problem.