Indoor Air Quality Specialists

Better Air Quality In Your Home Or Office

With today’s tightly sealed, well insulated homes, the air inside your home can be 2-5 times more polluted than the air outside. Poor air quality can be caused by a variety of sources, inside and out the home. Most of these sources can be prevented with proper HVAC maintenance by Climate Air Limited Company and the rest can be maintained with a proper ventilation system. We have been performing maintenance on these units and have built ourselves into indoor air quality professionals.

Fuel-Burning Combustion Appliances
Older or Deteriorated Insulation
Central Heating, Cooling and Humidification Systems
Excessive Moisture Buildup
Outdoor Sources, such as Radon and Pesticides

Choose Climate Air Limited Company for services and products to improve your Indoor Air Quality

Let us improve the indoor quality of the air you breathe. Many people experience an extra amount of unwanted particles in the air which affects their health. Such air can intensify allergies, asthma and affect other breathing problems. This bad air quality is caused by a dusty air ventilation or poor filtration. A sign that you have dusty ventilation is if you notice an abnormal amount of dust on your furniture. The causes for a dusty ventilation system may be an overdue filter change or mere neglect. We have your family’s health and comfort in mind. We can come to your home and provide you with affordable solutions to bring breathing conditions to a preferred level. Any unwanted odors and room humidity, from an improperly managed ventilation system can be remedied. Sometimes we find that the filter is loose and the air is moving around the filter instead of through it. We can judge if the particular filters you are using are too restrictive for your system and replace them with the appropriate filter.

Indoor air quality can be more detrimental to our health than the outdoor air. we can prevent indoor air pollution from building up and affecting us. A properly functioning ventilation system in your home will circulate air to keep the air fresh and evenly cooled or heated, but it also filters the air in the process and removes toxins. Your HVAC system loses efficiency over time, which can contribute to a higher build-up of pollutants in your home. Our Preventative Maintenance provides thorough indoor air quality and carbon monoxide testing, as well as a bundle of other services to keep you comfortable and healthy in your home.

Consulting with our specialized technicians will give you all the options for improving your air quality and making for your home more comfortable.
Experienced with home air filters, HEPA filters and humidifiers.

HEPA Filters
UV Germicidal Lights
Lennox’s Pure Air Air Purification system
Media Filters
Home Dehumidifiers
Home Humidifiers
Bypass Humidifiers

Improving Indoor Air Quality

The most effective way to improve indoor air quality is to attack the source of the pollutants. This could mean replacing your insulation or getting AC repairs to improve the efficiency and lower the waste of your HVAC units. Another way to eliminate the source of air toxins is to replace old furnaces or other fuel-burning appliances by installing a new unit. This can reduce monthly costs in your home and reduce carbon monoxide levels, along with other pollutants.

Once the source of the pollutants has been contained as much as possible, there are still be toxins present in the air in any home. This can be from minor leaks from outdoor pollutants ranging to the paint quality inside, which are harder to target. Climate Air Limited can also solve these problems by improving the ventilation system in your home. As long as air is being shifted around and cycled through your home, the toxins will be filtered through your HVAC system. The toxins will be pushed out of the house or caught in filters, to be cleaned out later.

Tip— Your air ventilation system works harder with a dirty air filter thus increasing your energy bills. Check it every one to two months because dust will cake up and prevent air from getting through the filter.