Indoor Air Quality Experts
Servcon is proud to be able to offer local homeowners essential indoor air quality services, as well. If you are not already addressing necessary measures for improving the air quality in your home, now is the time to get started.
More than likely, you have a system in place to purify the water that you and your loved ones use. So why not do the same for the air that you all breathe?
According to statistics, we spend an average of 90% of our time indoors, yet indoor air can be 2-100 times more polluted than outdoor air. Let our heating & air conditioning contractors help you better understand the options that you have and start implementing devices that can change the way you and your family breathes.
Simply put, air cleaners help to eliminate or vastly reduce contaminants present in the air. Keep in mind, what you can't see, can hurt you and you should want to be able to protect yourself and your family from these contaminants.
Dirt, dust, pet dander and other airborne contaminants are just a few of the pollutants that you will be able to remove, with the implementation of an air cleaning system. Let us help take care of it for you, especially if any members of your household suffer from asthma, allergies or other respiratory related health conditions.Read More
Humidifiers are a vital way to keep the air in your home from getting too dry. While this may sound like more of an inconvenience than an air quality issue, you should know about how important moisture is.
Moist air helps lubricate mucus membranes, prevent the spread of airborne viruses and can even alleviate snoring – just to name a few. Let us provide you with the information that you need, in order to determine if a whole house humidifier would be right for you.Read More
From the moment that your duct work is installed in your home, it is at risk of taking on dirt, dust and other debris. The accumulation of these potentially harmful pollutants is a problem, because it means that they will continue to recirculate through your ducts and vents. All of this means that your air is contaminated.
While this is especially disconcerting for anyone suffering from breathing related health conditions, everyone should be concerned about the quality of air that they breathe. Don't keep settling for sub par breathing air inside your home when we can help you change this. Make it a point to take the matter seriously and get proactive about improving your indoor air quality, with our professional guidance.Read More