Here at Mountain Air Heating and Cooling, we understand that you take your family’s health very seriously. As such, we offer a variety of different air cleaners that are designed to remove dust, debris, allergens and more from the air in your home, reducing the number of respiratory illnesses from which you and your family suffer. In fact, an air cleaner can even help reduce the severity of symptoms associated with asthma and allergies.
Air Quality Tests
Our technicians are not only familiar with the installation, maintenance and repair of air cleaners, but they are also skilled when it comes to helping you improve the quality of the air inside your home. We use specialized, high-tech equipment to clean your ducts and we even use UV lights to help remove different types of pollutants that may be present in your home. These UV lights are germicidal, and they can even prevent the recurrence of certain types of organisms that may cause respiratory troubles.
Installing Air Cleaners
Many of the air cleaners we offer can be installed alongside your furnace, whether it is a traditional gas or oil unit or even a heat pump. These units use a variety of technologies, including charged ions and special filters, to capture allergens in your home. Some of the most common pollutants in your home include pollen, dust, and pet dander. The costs associated with installing an air cleaner in your home depend upon the type you choose and the technology it uses. On average, they cost between $500 and $4000.
Maintaining and Repairing Existing Air Cleaners
Our experienced technicians are also familiar with many different types of air cleaners, and we’re happy to offer you an annual maintenance plan to help you ensure that your unit runs as efficiently as possible all year round, all the while saving you money. Not only will we check the air cleaner unit, but we can also look for issues within your ducts, the insulation in your home, and other things that could be allowing air to escape from or into your home. This can introduce allergens or cause your heated and cooled air to escape, increasing your energy bills.
Is the Air Quality in Your Home Poor?
If you’re not sure whether poor air quality is to blame for any illnesses or allergy symptoms you are experiencing, there are some other tell-tale signs. Most often, the first sign is that the air in your home just feels stuffy – as if there is no circulation at all. Another surefire sign is constant accumulation of dust and lint despite your efforts to keep it clean. Other things that you might notice include drooping plants or musical instruments that do not stay in tune, indicating that the humidity level in your home is constantly fluctuating.
If you want to determine whether or not you have poor air quality in your home, or even if you are interested in having your existing air cleaner serviced, you can give us a call at your earliest convenience. We will be happy to provide you with an estimate for our services, and we guarantee a job well done.