While it’s impossible to eliminate all indoor air pollution, you can take steps to reduce contaminants, improve indoor air quality and prevent potentially serious illnesses. Several solutions are available – and you’ll be able to breathe easy again.
Air Duct Cleaning
Mold, bacteria and dust can be hidden in your ductwork, and routine cleaning is essential to prevent poor air quality. Read more about Air Services’ air duct cleaning and duct installation here.
It’s important to change air filters according to manufacturer recommendations. High-efficiency filters can reduce mold spores, pollen, and bacteria, but be sure to check with Air Services before installing specialty filters so you don’t damage your system.
Air purifiers designed for the whole house are a better option than portable air purifiers and can be added to your HVAC system to trap and filter contaminants.
Electronic Air Cleaners
Air cleaners remove smoke, mold, viruses, pet dander, allergens and other harmful pollutants to improve your home or building’s air quality.
Humidity can increase the amount of indoor pollutants in your home. A humidifier for the whole house, used in conjunction with your central heating and air, remove excess moisture and reduce mold and mildew.
Window and attic fans or ventilators for your whole home can improve indoor air quality by bringing fresh air inside.
General Vacuuming And Cleaning
Dusting and running the vacuum daily can help some allergens that contribute to poor air quality.