If you are a responsible individual who makes sure to take good care of your HVAC systems, but you notice that you still aren’t getting the level of comfort you’d like, it can be frustrating. And you have every right to get frustrated! Thankfully, while this issue is an annoying one, we do have a solution to help you: an indoor air quality system in Fort Mohave, AZ.
Indoor air quality (IAQ) systems that are installed by professional technicians can help to tackle the worst issues present in your home’s air. In doing so, these systems will improve your comfort level and reduce a lot of the stress on your HVAC systems too.
The IAQ Systems We Provide
So what are the indoor air quality systems that we can install in your home and how can they help you? We are glad you asked because we have the answers here:
- Air filtration system: The first thing that most people think about when it comes to improving the air quality in their home is the air filter. An air filtration system is installed into your ductwork and protects your home from dust, dirt, pollen, and other airborne debris by capturing these particles in a membrane that the air passes through on its way into your house. Removing these particles helps your comfort and improves your AC and heater’s operation.
- Air purification system: Air purifiers are going to come in two forms–electrical and ultraviolet. Electric purifiers charge airborne particles so that they can be drawn to and captured on a magnetized plate that is later wiped off. A UV light purifier uses ultraviolet light to destroy or alter airborne particles so they become harmless to the home’s residents. These systems are great to fight against bad smells, viruses, allergens, bacteria, and mold spores.
- Humidifiers and dehumidifiers: Humidity or the lack of it can seriously impact your comfort. In the summer, if humidity is high, you will want a dehumidifier in your home to help remove excess moisture which will reduce the stress on your AC and help you stay cooler. In contrast, a humidifier in winter may help you combat dry air that can hinder the process of heating your home and leave you feeling cold and dry.
- HRVs and ERVs: In the middle of weeks with extreme temperatures it can be tempting to open a window but doing so would make it harder to stay comfortable. Heat Recovery Ventilators and Energy Recovery Ventilators can solve this issue. These systems draw in fresh air from outside the home and either pre-heat or pre-cool it using the energy already in the air in your home. This means you can enjoy fresh air without having to compromise your comfort.
Are you ready to boost your indoor air quality but you aren’t sure where to start? Our team can help assess what your home’s biggest IAQ problems are and we can work with you to determine which systems will benefit you the most.
Contact Air Control Home Services to get started today.