Michigan Indoor Air Quality Services
Plenty of studies have been conducted on indoor air quality in the past
couple of decades. According to the
Environmental Protection Agency, the air in our homes, offices, schools and stores is anywhere from two
to 100 times more polluted than outdoor air. A significant percentage
of respiratory illnesses are brought on by unclean indoor air due to pollen
build-up, bacteria, viruses, dust, dust mites, mold, spores, pet dander,
and other allergens.
For these reasons, improving the indoor air quality in your home should
be an important component of designing your ideal HVAC system. Technological
advances in indoor air quality have been extremely beneficial for people
that have allergies or other respiratory ailments. Improvements in indoor
air quality are also crucial for homes with children and indoor pets.
At Andy’s Statewide, we offer a number of approaches to improving
your home’s indoor air quality. Some may be better suited for you
than others, but our expert technicians can help you decide.
– Built-up dust and debris are removed from your air ducts, making
the air you breathe considerably cleaner.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors
- These devices work like smoke detectors, alerting you to the presence
of carbon monoxide in your home. They are especially important because
you can’t see or smell carbon monoxide gas.
UV Light Air Cleaners
– An ultraviolet (UV) lighting system is installed in your home’s
ductwork, killing airborne germs and bacteria that would otherwise get
into your living space.
Whole Home Air Cleaners
– A special filtering system is attached directly to your HVAC unit,
blocking harmful allergens from getting into your living space.
Whole Home Humidifiers
– A special unit that is attached directly to your heating system
that reduces the dry air in your home, making it more comfortable and
helping with certain sinus and skin conditions.
Still not certain which of these are right for you? Call Andy’s Statewide
today to schedule an air quality evaluation and installation estimate.
We’ll walk you through all of the options and help you decide which
ones are best for you.