Indoor Air Quality Services in West Palm Beach
Breathe Cleaner Air Easier With Our Air Purifier Installation Services
Whether you have allergies, children, or pets, breathing clean air is important. Without even realizing it, you could be letting harmful dust, debris, and bacteria build up in your ducts.
The dust lining your air conditioning vents may contain:
- Animal dander
- Dead skin cells
No matter how clean you keep your home, these invisible invaders can settle throughout your home in places you can’t quite get to. That’s why it’s so important to schedule an HVAC cleaning and consider investing in air quality treatment systems.
At Hi-Tech Plumbing & Air, we look beyond the cooling elements of your HVAC system and work to improve your indoor air quality. You might not realize it, but the air in your home could be responsible for your health and comfort when you’re trying to relax.
For air quality services from trained professionals, contact Hi-Tech Plumbing & Air at (561) 708-4989 today. We offer free diagnostics with repairs.
Improving Your Indoor Air Quality
Your HVAC unit is the heart of the airflow in your home. The air that it pumps out gets spread through your rooms by way of your air ducts. If this air isn’t clean, then you could be actively pushing dirt, dust, and pollen into your living room, bedrooms, and kitchen.
Not only can air ducts spread allergens and make it hard to breathe, they could also be spreading biological particles if your unit isn’t properly maintained or cleaned. What seems like a small problem can make a household sick without the right HVAC treatment.
Removing Irritants & Allergens
The first step towards improving indoor air quality is to remove irritants from the air. To do this, we recommend investing in a whole-home air purifier that can attach to your HVAC system. These machines typically require little to no energy and run quietly within your home. Their advanced filtration systems will catch dirt and pollen – even the small particles that a traditional filter might not stop.
Depending on your air purifier, you might need to have a Hi-Tech Plumbing & Air service technician clean it for you. If you’re worried about the air quality in your home, talk our team about investing or installing the right device for your needs.
Preventive Air Quality Products
Along with investing in an air purifier, there are other Trane air quality products that you can consider for your home. Hi-Tech Plumbing & Air offers antibacterial treatments that reduce the spread of bacteria and dirt in your air ducts. We also offer a variety of advanced air filters to catch dirt and pollen before it spreads through your home.
Not all air quality products are right for your home. This is why we recommend calling the service technicians at Hi-Tech Plumbing & Air to evaluate your HVAC system before you invest in new filters or purifiers. We can identify possible solutions based on your budget and needs that you might not have thought of before.
Signs You Need Air Purifier Installation
1. Stale or stuffy air - If upon entering your home you just feel that your air is missing a little bit of something, or has too much to it it could be that your indoor air quality has suffered and you should consult our West Palm Beach air purifier installation team.
2. A smell that lingers - Your rugs, carpet and furniture sometimes emit volatile organic compounds which can throw off your air balance, but those smells shouldn't linger with a good air purifier.
3. Asthma or allergies - Pet dander, dust and other microbes sometimes linger just like smells and if someone can't stop sneezing there's likely something in your air that a purifier should be able to get rid of.
4. Visible dust - If dust is accumulating on your bookshelves then it's likely in your air as well. Consult our West Palm Beach air purifier technicians to at least test your air to see what will work best for you.
If you want to reduce the spread of bacteria and allergens in your home, call our West Palm Beach air purifier installation experts at (561) 708-4989 today. We will inspect your current system and look for ways to improve your indoor air quality and overall health.