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Most Americans spend up to 90% of their time indoors, it’s readily apparent why you need to pay attention to your indoor air quality*.
What Causes Poor Indoor Air Quality?
Pollutants stem from many sources. Some of them are awfully familiar, such as dry-cleaning, pet dander, harsh cleaning products, or tobacco smoke. Others are more subtle, such as perfumes, air fresheners, or scented candles. Still others are elusive, such as organic growth lurking on an HVAC coil, or the pollen carried into your home on your shoes or by pets.
Using the latest technology, we can test the air quality inside your home. Once we’ve identified the cause, we’ll explain your options and help you create a plan to help you and your family breathe more comfortably all year long.
Protect Your Home's Air Quality
IAQ Products: We carry and install air scrubber, air cleaner, and UV light air purifier devices that filter, remove, or destroy airborne pollutants. Mechanical ventilators help improve airflow and create a healthy exchange of indoor and outdoor air.
HVAC Maintenance: Regular maintenance reduces the chance of organic growth from an overflowing condensate pan and protects against carbon monoxide stemming from a defective furnace.
Humidity Control: When it comes to indoor humidity, both high and low levels of humidity can affect your family’s comfort and health.
Don’t Ignore Your IAQ
Each day, we encounter a variety of air quality risks. We can’t avoid some of these risks, but poor indoor air quality is a health risk that we can help proactively control. IAQ problems can lead to a range of problems. Headaches, allergy and asthma attacks, fatigue, and dizziness are among the immediate effects your family might experience**.
Potential long-term effects include chronic respiratory conditions, heart disease, and even certain kinds of cancer. Given the possible consequences, you can’t afford to ignore the quality of your indoor air.
Honest Advice from Knowledgeable Professionals
The service technicians at American Home Solutions are well-trained, experienced, and NATE-certified. We offer convenient, simple, reliable, and trustworthy services for confident homeownership and peace of mind. We provide clear pricing policies and free in-home estimates on new equipment.
Our staff operates according to the highest safety, performance, and ethical standards, and we have the backing of a strong utility company. As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, we feature equipment that’s quiet, energy-efficient, and environmentally safe. What’s more, our customer service line is available 24/7. Call today to find out more about IAQ issues and their solutions.
What type of heating/cooling filter is right for your home?
There are a wide variety of air filters available, and choosing the right type for your home may seem like a daunting task. It’s important for you to check your heating and cooling systems’ owner’s manuals to see what type of filter has been recommended by the manufacturer. The manual will also provide a recommendation as to how often you should change or clean the filter.
You may have heard the term “MERV” before when comparing furnace filters for your home. It stands for Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value. It's the measure of how efficient the filter is at preventing airborne particles from reaching the breathable air inside your family’s home.