The indoor air quality in your Longmont, CO home or business is very important to the health of you, your family and your employees.
Achieving indoor air quality is an essential part of maintaining the comfort in any property.
All of the air in your home is at some point cycled through your HVAC system, so the best point of access for purification and filtration is right at your furnace and air conditioning system. In addition, using indoor air quality accessories can be highly beneficial in decreasing potentially harmful bacteria, as well as dust and allergens, in your home.
Our technicians are highly trained in indoor air quality and can help effectively and efficiently increase the quality of the air in your home. This will, in turn, make the occupants feel healthier and reduce the chance of illness by drastically reducing the pollutants and contaminants that wreak havoc on your respiratory system and overall well-being.
Home Air Purifiers
If you have ongoing allergies or noticed issues with consistently dirty filters, installing a 4-inch high media filter box, commonly called a home air purifier, might be the choice for you. This filter box can help reduce the allergens in your home, therefore increasing the quality of the air you breathe every day! Cutting down on harmful biological matter in your home's airstream creates a healthier living environment and reduces your risk of becoming ill.
Increase the comfort and indoor air quality of your home with a new bypass or steam humidifier for your furnace and air conditioning system.
Humidifiers are a great way to increase the comfort and indoor air quality of your home. During the heating season, the humidifier increases the moisture content of the air in your home. This results in healthier skin and sinuses, better preservation for the wood in your home, and the ability to keep your HVAC system running longer!
There are a couple different types of humidifiers. Most noteworthy is the bypass, followed by powered and steam humidifiers. The bypass humidifier uses the return air system to insert the moisture into your air, which is circulated via a fan. The most efficient method of whole-home humidification is with a steam humidification system, which works via a canister that converts water to steam, which is then distributed through your house.
For the area’s best indoor air quality professionals, call Longmont, CO’s Finest Heating and Air Conditioning experts!
We have NATE-certified technicians that are trained in quickly diagnosing indoor air quality issues. They incorporate tried and true techniques and utilize modern technology, creating an effective and long-lasting indoor air quality solution.
We have top-of-the-line diagnostic equipment and provide thorough assessments that will get you on the right track to a healthier, happier home. To learn more, contact us today at (720) 378-1135.