Not many people know this, but the indoor air in most homes is worse than the air outside the home. There are various reasons for the indoor air quality in your home to deteriorate, mainly because of modern construction methods. Most homes today are constructed tightly, so there are no air leaks or drafts inside the home. However, this stops air ventilation from taking place, and not enough fresh air flows in the home to flush out the contaminants.

There are a lot of harmful particles released in to the air inside the home due to the use of cleaning sprays, air fresheners, personal hygiene products, and even cooking. To ensure that the indoor air quality in your home doesn’t suffer, it is imperative that you acquire reliable indoor air quality solutions from the experts at Blue Sky Heating and Air LLC.

How Indoor Air Quality Affects Your Health

The heating and cooling system installed in your home manages the quality of air inside, by ensuring that contaminants are flushed out. However, when your HVAC system is not in good condition or hasn’t been maintained or cleaned in a long time, it can stop filtering air properly in your home. This can lead to rising humidity levels in the home, which will see airborne pollutants and particles, like animal dander, mold, and dust ruin the indoor air quality.

It is imperative that you ensure the indoor air quality of your home doesn’t deteriorate, since it can cause breathing problems for family members who suffer from allergies and asthma.

Air Filtration Systems

The common air filter might not be the best solution to your indoor air quality issues. Add in an air filtration system so that even smaller contaminants can exit your airstream—and more of them. But make sure you have professional technicians install it so that they can ensure the filter does not block your airflow.

Air Purifier

An air purifier may remove a large portion of the contaminants that pass through your ducts. We have electronic models, air filtration systems, and UV lights. And all of these can make your air a lot safer to breathe in if you have a forced–air heating and air conditioning system. Call to learn more!

Duct Repair

It can be tough to tell when your air ducts are not in good condition. A collapsed or damaged duct can make the rooms in your home cool or heat up unevenly, or it can raise your bills and make it a lot harder to get through the day and night comfortably. Duct repair is no job for a beginner, so call our experts today.

Duct Replacement

Duct replacement is a big job, so make sure that you work with friendly technicians you can trust. We offer quality services at fair prices, so your ducts are in good hands with us. Just give us a call to start the process of getting a brand new sealed set of ducts that delivers air to the home evenly and doesn’t result in a massive loss of airflow.

Duct Sealing

The majority of air ducts in the country have a surprisingly large amount of air leakage. Chances are high that this is a problem in your home, and that you lose a whole lot of the air your system heats or cools every time you run the HVAC system. We provide duct sealing services so that you don’t have to worry about wasting so much energy.

Air Cleaners

Call today to learn about our wide selection of air cleaners. Whether you want an electronic air cleaner, a UV light system, or a highly effective HEPA filter, we can install it for you. We also offer comprehensive indoor air quality system repair and replacement services, as well as routine maintenance of your entire HVAC system—including the air cleaner.

UV Germicidal Lights

Bacteria and viruses can spread disease, and many microorganisms can make allergy and asthma symptoms a whole lot worse. We provide UV germicidal light installation, replacement, and maintenance and repair service. These systems kill and sterilize microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, and mold spores, and they do it fast.

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  1. Josh McGuire

    Hi, I have a 2,500 sf house with flex duct in the attic servicing the 2nd floor and flex duct under the building serving the 1st floor. I’d like to discuss re-running with new flex duct. My cell is 860-961-9983. Thanks, Josh

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