Poor indoor air quality can leave your home feeling stuffy and smelling not-so-fresh. With the right equipment and solutions, your Dallas, TX home can stay crisp and your family will benefit from healthier indoor air. The solutions that we have listed below all effectively combat the indoor conditions that cause poor air quality.
Mold, mildew, fungi, and other organisms can grow within your HVAC system. When this occurs, these harmful contaminants are circulated into your living areas as your heating or cooling system runs. They can cause foul odors indoors, spread to damage your home’s furnishing or structure, and lead to a range of health issues such as allergy symptoms, asthma attacks, and more.
Ultraviolet lights are installed within your HVAC system to neutralize contaminants and stop them from developing in your system. Ultraviolet lights are extremely low maintenance, requiring no attention excepting a bulb change every one to three years, depending on the model. Our technicians can even take care of this for you during your annual maintenance tune-up! They use little electricity, providing a low-cost means for high-quality contaminant control.
Air cleaners work with your HVAC system to remove the airborne contaminants and odor-causing bacteria that stand in the way of freshness. Portable air cleaners are available to remove these pollutants from targeted areas in the home. Air cleaner’s work by trapping contaminants in very fine filters, removing them from your air supply as air circulates through the heating and cooling system.
Depending on the type of air cleaner you purchase, they can effectively remove up to 99% of contaminants, including:
- Dust mites
- Pet dander
- Cigarette smoke
- Cooking odors
When humidity is high indoors, your home feels muggy and the air smells stale. Odors also linger in a humid home, and odor-causing contaminants exist in higher concentrations. Dehumidifiers control moisture levels to eliminate these issues while providing critical protection against mold growth. Whole home dehumidifiers extract humidity as air flows through your heating and cooling system, leaving relative humidity levels indoors perfectly balanced between 35 and 50 percent. These units are low maintenance, with dedicated plumbing lines to eliminate the constant need for emptying the water reservoir, as required with a portable dehumidifier.
All Service Heat and Air has the indoor air quality solutions to keep your home fresh year-round. Contact us today for assistance.