Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality

Want to Breathe Easy? We’re Here to Help.

At Aire Serv®, we’re committed to helping our customers understand the importance of an often overlooked but nonetheless crucial aspect of their overall health and wellness: namely, the air they breathe in their homes. Maintaining your indoor air quality is more important than you may realize. Recent studies have linked prolonged exposure to contaminants commonly found inside residential homes to serious illnesses and conditions including cancer and heart disease.

Other side effects caused by exposure to poor quality indoor air include:

  • Chronic headaches
  • Exhaustion / fatigue
  • Symptoms similar to the flu
  • Respiratory symptoms
  • Worsening allergies
  • Red eyes

You may not be aware of the implications of poor air quality, or how you can prevent the air you breathe from making you sick. Our licensed AC and heating technicians are here to answer your questions and help you find solutions to common issues that detrimentally impact air quality. If you are a business owner, click here to learn more about commercial indoor air quality.

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There are a number of practical things you can do to help protect yourself and your family from the harmful effects of poor air quality:

  • Change your air filters frequently. When was the last time you changed your air filters? Box filters must be changed once per year; regular filters require replacement every two or three months. While high-efficiency models are extremely effective at blocking even very small irritants such as bacteria and pollen, it is important to speak with a heating or cooling professional before you install them, as certain models could be incompatible with your current HVAC system and may cause harm.
  • Clean your air ducts. Our professionals at Aire Serv know the importance of inspecting and cleaning residential ductwork, ensuring that common irritants such as mold and dust are not compromising your indoor air quality.
  • Install a dehumidifier. If you live in a humid climate, you should be aware of how moisture in the air can lead to mold and mildew growth. Installing a dehumidifier cuts extra moisture and prevents the spread of harmful contaminants.
  • Get “fresh air” in your home. Did you know that the air quality inside your home is as much as five times worse in terms of pollution and contamination than outside air? Opening your windows is helpful, but you can up the ante by installing mechanical whole-house ventilators to improve airflow and air quality in your home.
  • Dust and vacuum often. It is important to make sure that you are frequently cleaning your home by removing dust and other contaminants through vacuuming and dusting.

We know that we’re doing much more than just fixing people’s HVAC systems—we’re fixing their ecosystems. Let us help you perfect your indoor air quality today!