Indoor Air Quality at Its Best
When You Trust the Pros at ComfortAire
The experts at ComfortAire Heating Cooling Plumbing will tell you that home comfort is about much more than just temperature. A lot of homeowners overlook indoor air quality (IAQ), including humidity and pollutant levels. When you consider that most of us spend more than 90 percent of our time indoors—and that the air inside our homes and workplaces is far more contaminated than outdoor air—improving air quality is vital to our comfort and health.
Our professional technicians excel at analyzing IAQ and recommending solutions. In fact, a lot of our customers who didn’t know they had poor air are surprised by how much more comfortable they feel once we’ve installed much-needed products.
We Select & Install the Right Products Every Time
Because all air has some level of pollutants—like dust, pet dander, bacteria, and other airborne contaminants—we recommend that you replace your air filters regularly to ensure they’re trapping as much as possible. Air purifiers further help remove finer particles and pollutants from the air before they cycle into your ductwork and the air you breathe. In some cases, we may also suggest air ventilators, which remove stale indoor air and replace it with fresh outdoor air.
If your home is damp or too humid, you might notice condensation on your windows or mold growth in your basement or bathrooms. Dehumidifiers remove excess humidity to eliminate these potential hazards to your home and health—and are most often used during spring and summer months to help your home feel cooler and more comfortable.
Air that’s too dry causes problems, too, like cracked skin, irritated sinuses, and increased risk for illness, since cold- and flu-causing bacteria and other germs thrive in these conditions. We can improve your health and comfort with a whole-home humidifier—and help you can save on energy bills since you’ll feel warmer at lower temperatures during the winter months.
We also recommend and install carbon monoxide alarms, UV lights, ductless zoning systems, and other products to keep your family safe and comfortable.
Say Goodbye to Dirty Ductwork
If you’ve never had your ductwork cleaned, now is a good time to clear out the dust and cobwebs and improve airflow. This service goes a long way to improve both indoor air quality and home comfort. We recommend homeowners have duct cleanings performed every five to seven years—or more often if they have pets or children.
And if you have any concerns about the overall air quality in your home, give us a call or contact us online to schedule an appointment. We’re happy to answer your questions and recommend products to protect your family’s health.