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Denver, CO Indoor Air Quality by Aurora Plumbing Company
Many homeowners think HVAC is all about temperature. It is, to a certain degree, but we are also professionally concerned about the status of your indoor air quality. How high or low is the humidity level? Do you have excessive dust and dander? Do you have microorganisms flowing throughout your duct–based central air unit or furnace? Indoor air quality is just as important as temperature, especially considering the amount of time you spend indoors over the course of your lifetime. That’s why we offer a number of different indoor air quality products and services throughout the Denver, CO area. Let us find one for you.
Our NATE–certified technicians would be happy to sit down and discuss with you which type of indoor air quality product would work best in your home. We have been in business since 1984, and in that time, we have served over 70,000 satisfied customers. We continue to deliver excellent results 7 days a week for our Denver, CO customers, and we can do the same for your home. No job is too big or too small. Give us a call today to learn more about your indoor air quality options.
The Denver, CO indoor air quality experts at Aurora Plumbing Company offer quality air quality systems and other services throughout the Denver area.
Why is Indoor Air Quality Important?
It’s important that every homeowner takes the time to consider his or her indoor air quality. Unless you do most of your work outside year–round, then chances are you spend most of your days indoors, where the air quality is not always ideal. You may suffer from excessive dust and other debris, which lead to the exacerbation of your allergies, and you may also have microorganisms such as mold, mildew or bacteria building up in your ducts, which can lead to unhealthy breathing conditions. Whether you’re allergic to such substances or not, improving indoor air quality is a great way to improve the overall comfort and convenience of your home.
How to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality
The indoor air quality solution that you seek must deal with the particular problem you’re facing. For example, if you sneeze constantly throughout the house as a result or all the dust and dander that has built up, then you may want to consider an air filtration system. If you’re concerned about airflow and efficiency, then you may want to opt for an electronic air purifier. If mold and mildew are your targets, then go for a UV air purifier. We can also make sure that your duct installation service is taken care of.
Air Filtration Systems
While you may think that you already have sufficient air filters in your HVAC system, adding an air filtration system is a great way to improve your indoor air quality. These systems use specialized filters to reduce the amount of dust and debris flowing throughout your household.
An air purifier does not filter out the contaminants by means of a medium such as fiberglass, but rather charges the contaminants as they pass through which makes them collect on a plate within. Without a medium to stop airflow, an air purifier remains a highly efficient way to improve indoor air quality.
We live in a relatively dry climate, especially during the summer, and air with low humidity can cause discomfort as well as long–term damage to wood furnishings and the infrastructure of your home. A professionally installed whole house humidifier is exactly what you need to ensure that your home’s humidity level is balanced.
UV Air Purifier
If you’re struggling with microorganisms, be it mold, mildew or bacteria, then you may want to opt for a UV air purifier. These devices use ultraviolet light to destroy such biological contaminants as they pass through the air handler. We install and service them.
While not an indoor air quality product per se, we also specialize in duct installation for all types of forced–air distribution systems. Whether you have a furnace, heat pump or central air unit, you need to make certain that your ducts are appropriately sized for maximum performance and efficiency.