Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality problems can have a major impact on your home’s health and comfort. Our goal is to help you have healthy air for a healthy family!

Healthy Air for a Healthy Family

Our systems encompass the totality of the air inside your home. It’s not just about the temperature, but the cleanliness of the air, the noise the system makes (or doesn’t make), and how much it costs to run monthly.

Why Air Quality Is Important

Indoor air quality (IAQ) issues impact the lives of people across the globe. Studies have shown that most people spend 90% of their time in indoor environments. Problems with poor air quality in buildings and homes can result in health concerns, liability issue, lost productivity, and decreased property values.

IAQ problems in non-industrial buildings, such as homes, schools, and offices are often caused by complex, inter-related issues. Diagnosing and fixing the sources of poor IAQ requires the professional expertise of a consultant and/or contractor. It is important that individuals be highly qualified to fully investigate, identify, and/or mitigate the problem according to recognized industry standards and guidelines.

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Frequently Asked Questions

/conHow does the Clean Air Act impact heating and cooling systems?

The portion of the Clean Air Act that applies to the Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) industry encourages the development of ozone-friendly substitutes for chemicals that contain ozone destroying chlorine, which are called hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs). The chemical refrigerant of choice for more than four decades, referred to as R-22, is in the HCFC category. R-22 is widely used in heat pumps and AC condensing units to heat and cool homes. Today, a refrigerant called R-410A is used because of its ozone-friendly properties.

How often should I replace the filter?

There’s no one-size-fits-all answer. The frequency of filter changes is driven by how much your heating and air conditioning system operates, which is also driven by your individual climate.  Start by checking the system’s filters at least once a month. Hold the used filter up to the light and compare it to a clean “spare.” When light is obscured by captured dust and dirt particles, the old filter should be changed. Keep a record for one year and then replace the filter on that basis. At a minimum, it is always a good idea to change filters at the start of the heating and cooling seasons and then in between according to your need. Also, it is a good idea to have your heating and air system checked at the beginning of heating and cooling season to insure proper operation.

Healthy Air for a Healthy Family