Indoor Air Quality

Quality HVAC service is about more than just comfort when the health of customers is also at stake. At TemperaturePro Richmond, we provide Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) services to the people of Richmond. IAQ services will have a direct impact on both the quality of the air you breathe and the energy efficiency of the system you use. Depending on your home and lifestyle, there can be a number of different contaminants in the air. Call TemperaturePro Richmond today to find out more about how you can improve the air you’re breathing in your home.



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How IAQ Issues Develop

There are several things that go into what makes the air in a home high or low quality. Homes without the right exchange of air and with high humidity typically lead to air quality issues. Other causes are leaky ductwork, loose seals in building envelopes (the physical barriers between the interior and exterior of a building), and lifestyle choices. These problems can create negative pressure when the HVAC system is in use, causing dirt, pollen, dust, and more to be drawn from outside into your home, which compromises the quality of the air you breathe.

Breathing contaminants like dust, dirt, pollen, or mold can have a seriously negative impact to the homeowner’s health, especially for those who suffer from asthma.

Solving IAQ Problems

At TemperaturePro Richmond, we understand that health is a major priority of our customers. While it may go unnoticed, your HVAC system influences your health. To combat IAQ problems, we provide a variety of services and products to make sure the air you breathe is as healthy as possible.

  • Air Purifiers: These units eliminate pollutants from the air by pulling them out directly. They act as the first line of defense against air quality issues for the homeowner.
  • Air Humidifiers: Too much humidity is bad because it can lead to the growth of mold. On the other hand, low humidity is a problem because it causes stagnant air and suspends pollutants in the air. An air humidifier can maintain a good level of humidity in the home, making the air better to breathe and better for wood furniture.
  • Ventilators: Indoor air quality is often determined by how much fresh air is cycled through your home. Purifiers pull out contaminants while ventilators make sure that the air doesn’t remain stagnant.
  • UV Lamps: This product zaps the harmful bacteria out of the air in your ductwork before it can reach you and your family. No problem is too small for UV lamps that work hard to uphold your health.
  • Ductwork: Over time, the cycling of air naturally accumulates dust, dirt, and other particles inside the ductwork. A regularly scheduled cleaning will improve the air by removing the contaminants. Having your ducts sealed will also help by increasing the airflow and circulation.

Find the Right Indoor Air Quality Solution with TemperaturePro Richmond

TemperaturePro Richmond knows how important high-quality indoor air is to the customer and his or her health. We offer a variety of products and services to upgrade the quality of the air in your home or business at an affordable cost. Give us a call for more information on ways to keep contaminants out of the air you breathe, or schedule an appointment with us today!

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