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Indoor Air Quality Improvements from Turner’s Service Co., Inc.
The quality of the air inside your home plays a large role in determining your health and comfort. While well insulated homes keep more heating and cooling energy inside, they also keep air contaminants in. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, contaminant levels indoors can be 2 to 5 times higher than outdoors. Common household air contaminants include:
- Cleaning chemicals
- Cigarette smoke
- Air fresheners
- Construction compounds
- Pet dander
Poor indoor air quality can increase your likelihood of experiencing allergy symptoms and getting sick. As these contaminants build up inside your home, they can also travel to your HVAC heating and cooling units, where they can damage the equipment. There are products which are able to improve the quality of the air you breathe indoors, and they are compatible with the heating and cooling systems in use.
Our Indoor Air Quality Solutions
Turner’s Service Co., Inc. offers a variety of indoor air quality products that are designed to work with your central heating and cooling systems to improve the air you breathe. Our solutions include:
High Efficiency Filters: These filters are capable of removing more particles from the air that passes through your heating and cooling units.
Duct Cleaning: Duct cleaning removes contaminants that have built up in your home’s duct work and heating and cooling products.
Duct Sealing: Duct sealing improves efficiency and reduces the amount of contaminants that enter the duct system.
UV Lights:UV technology kills and prevents mold and bacterial from growing in your heating and cooling system.
Whole House Humidifiers: Add moisture to the conditioned air produced by your HVAC heating and cooling systems to improve health and comfort.
Ventilators: Exchange stale indoor air with fresh outside air without losing the heating and cooling inside.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors: Protect your family from dangerous carbon monoxide exposure with alarms that detect its presence.
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