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Indoor Air Quality Service in Southampton, PA

What could possibly be more important than having clean, fresh air in your home? Not only does having poor indoor air quality make your living areas smell stale or cause out of season allergies, but it also puts your family’s health at risk.

Common indoor air contaminants can cause symptoms that range from sneezing to dizziness to nausea and lightheadedness. Plus, some indoor air quality issues can cause your temperature control systems to lose efficiency, especially if the problem is somewhere in your ductwork.

Don’t risk your comfort or your health any longer. The experts at Central Plumbing, Heating, and Air are able to help. In this blog, we discuss just two of our indoor air quality solutions, which we offer to all Southampton homeowners as a means of breathing cleaner, healthier air all year round.

Problems breathing? Odd smells in your home? Family members experiencing allergies or illness?

Here’s how Central Plumbing, Heating, and Air can help improve your indoor air quality:

Duct Cleaning

Your HVAC system distributes hot or cool air throughout your home via the duct system. That’s why properly maintaining your ducting systems are so important, and regularly scheduling duct cleaning with Air Tech is critical to your HVAC health.

How can you tell if your home needs duct cleaning? The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaners Association) recommend that you invest in duct cleaning service when you notice any of the following:

  • Allergies Out Of Season
  • Visible Dust, Dirt, or Other Contaminants in Ventilation
  • Uncomfortable Temperatures Indoors
  • Odors While HVAC System is On
  • You Suspect There’s Mold/Mildew in Your Ducts
  • Possible Vermin Infestation

Your indoor air quality and efficiency can be improved with this simple process.

Air Purification

There are two primary types of indoor air filtration: HEPA filters and air cleaners. A HEPA filter captures airborne particles in a fine mesh material, and as long as you continue to change your HEPA air filter within six to eight months, it will maintain peak performance. An electrostatic air cleaner, rather than use a conventional filter, charges particles so that they stick to the internal, washable panel.

Each has its advantages and disadvantages, and a Central Plumbing, Heating, and Air expert can help you understand them with a consultation today! Stop suffering from poor air quality: call Central Plumbing, Heating, and Air for indoor air quality service today.



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