Springfield Indoor Air Quality
Creating a Healthy Home Environment in Republic, Nixa, Ozark & Surrounding Areas
The air in today’s homes can be contaminated by a variety of particles and pollutants. Certain airborne particles can cause irritation to the eyes, throat, and lungs. In addition, contaminants in the air can cause respiratory problems for people with allergies, asthma, compromised immune systems, and cardiovascular disease. All Hours Plumbing, Heating & Cooling offers solutions for improving indoor air quality in Springfield.
Are you interested in improving the quality of the air in your home? Call (417) 815-4418 to learn more about the available options.
Causes of Poor Indoor Air Quality
There are several causes and factors that contribute to poor indoor air quality. Some of the common contaminants include allergens, such as pet dander, dust, pollen, and mold. Toxic substances, such as wood smoke, tobacco smoke, asbestos, and lead dust can have serious health implications. Biological contaminants, such as viruses, bacteria, and fungi can cause illness and infection.
Improving the Air in Your Home
If you want to improve your indoor air quality in Springfield, it is important to find the right system to meet your needs. There are a variety of products on the market to improve indoor air quality, ranging from filters for your HVAC system to whole-house air filters and equipment to monitor the air in your home.
We offer a range of indoor air quality products, such as:
- Indoor air quality monitoring: Monitor measures the temperature, humidity, and particles in the air and transmits data for analysis
- HEPA filtration: Certified filters capture 99.97% of particles up to 0.3 microns, such as dust mites, smoke, mold spores, and dander
- UV lamp: Works to kill mold, viruses, and bacteria
- Whole-house air filters: Remove up to 99% of air pollutants
- Humidity control: Keeps humidity at healthy and comfortable levels
In addition to installing air filtration equipment, there are other things you can do to improve the quality of the air your family breathes. Many contaminants enter the air through the HVAC system. To reduce the particles in the air, the air intake, circulation, and exhaust must be monitored and controlled, and ductwork must be sealed.
Get in touch with us today to learn how we can help improve the air quality in your home.