Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort our customers. Understanding and controlling common pollutants indoors can help reduce your risk of indoor health concerns. Our highly trained professionals will help you determine the best air cleaning solution for your home. We understand how important clean air is and want our customers to be healthy and happy in the comfort of their home.
Air Cleaners: Media whole house air cleaners reduces dust , removes indoor virus-sized particles, and is ideal for homeowners that are sensitive to airborne virus, bacteria or mold particles. They are highly effective requiring minimal maintenance.
Media Filters: These filters contain the ingredients and materials to filter water for drinking. They are an essential portion of your IAQ system. Your home recycles the same air constantly. These filters stop harmful airborne pollutants in the ducts and improve your indoor air quality before they reach your rooms.
Filters: A clogged filter can cause extensive damage to your system. Dirt and neglect are one of the leading causes of heating and cooling systems failing and freezing the coils on your condenser. If you have allergies a dirty air filter can circulate dust mites, pollen and other small particles in the air. Therefore, a clean filter purifies the air and leaves a clean and healthy atmosphere for you and your family.
Saving Energy: With a sensitive environment, caring for your filters is a necessity. A clogged filters causes your system to work harder and causes carbon monoxide and other greenhouse gasses to be released.
Annual Maintenance Agreements: With regular tune ups our technicians will check those filters and replace and clean them.
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If your house isn't cooling, it can turn a dreamy summer day into a nightmare. Below are a few tips to check before calling for service. A quick check can save time and money.
If your thermostat is blank or has a blinking battery light or symbol on the thermostat, it indicates that the batteries need to be changed. Most thermostats require AA or AAA batteries.
Sometimes a high voltage breaker can trip and cause the unit to stop working. If that is the issue, flip it back and you should be back in business.
If the filter is dirty the unit will run continuously and the temperature in you house will have a difficult time keeping up. A simple change may be all you need to address the situation.
If ice covers your coil, or liquid that couldn't have come from another source surrounds the line, your line is likely leaking refrigerant and a professional inspection is warranted.
If your house isn't heating, these few tips may help save you from sitting out in the cold.