Improve Your Indoor Air Quality With Help From Full Service
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has identified indoor air quality as one of the top five environmental risks to public health. Research has even shown that indoor air may be up to 100 times more polluted than outside air. The good news? Full Service Heating & Air Conditioning has a full line of air quality products to help you and your family breathe easier and improve your respiratory health. Call or text our comfort advisor, Steve, at (920)208-0202 to set up a no obligation air quality test.
The Importance of Indoor Air Quality
According to the EPA, the average homeowner spends about 90 percent of their lives indoors. Much of that time is spent cooking, cleaning, and playing with your pets–all of which are factors that contribute to indoor pollution. Poor air quality has even been linked to a wide variety of health issues including dry eyes and nasal passages, headaches, nausea, fatigue, asthma, and allergies.
Full Service takes a multi-step approach to find what works best for you and your family. We start with a no-cost air quality assessment to find a baseline of the conditions inside your home. This is done by our CPS tester and only takes 30 minutes. The test gives us an idea of:
With those results, Steve can suggest the right indoor air quality solutions–such as those listed below–that can help you, and your family feel better and breathe safe and healthy air.
Indoor Air Quality Management
Whole-home air purification systems are one of the best ways to clear out indoor pollution. Working with your heating and cooling systems, purifiers capture and kill airborne contaminants as they circulate through your ductwork. Think of them as a microscopic net, scooping out all of those fuzzy drifters you see when the sunlight comes through your window, not only that, it will quickly clear out the burned grilled cheese sandwich smell because life sometimes gets busy!
Energy Recovery Ventilators
If your windows have pooling water, or the frame is icy and damp, you could have a humidity issue. In addition to home dehumidifiers, an energy recovery ventilator can balance the extremes in outdoor temperature and humidity by operating as both an exhaust fan and a source of fresh air.
Microorganisms, such as mold and bacteria thrive in dark and moist environments–including the inside of your air conditioner. By installing ultraviolet (UV) lights inside your system, you can kill those particles with UV rays before they grow and spread throughout your home.
Unsure Where to Start? Lean on Full Service
Whether you have questions on our indoor air quality products or you simply need help getting started, trust the pros at Full Service. We’ll listen to you and help you choose the perfect solution for your specific needs.
It all starts with a phone call or text to Steve at (920)208-0202.