Keep Your Air Clean – Indoor Air Quality Services for Murrells Inlet and Surrounding Areas
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Tightly-sealed Murrells Inlet buildings conserve energy and keep heated and cooled air from escaping through leaks and cracks. However, sick building syndrome (SBS) can occur when insufficient ventilation in a tightly-sealed building causes a buildup of toxic airborne particles that can aggravate respiratory conditions, set off allergies and make the building’s occupants feel sick. Fortunately, Air Doctor Services, Inc. provides a full range of high-tech products to clean up indoor air and keep your family happy and healthy.
Indoor Air Quality Services
No one should suffer through poor indoor air quality. It can be a threat to you and your family’s health. Here at Air Doctor Services, Inc., we provide first class indoor air quality solutions and services that will get your system back on track. Some of our indoor air quality services include:
- Certified air balancing
- Electronic air cleaners
- Duct cleaning
- Dryer vent cleaning
- Ozone treatment
- Fire & mold duct remediation
- System efficiency testing
- Indoor air analyzing
- Allergy control
- Duct fogging
What is Polluting My Indoor Air?
Insufficient ventilation can cause all sorts of contaminants to collect in tightly-sealed spaces. Excessive humidity and moisture create an environment that encourages the growth of mold, fungi, and mildew.
Insect parts, rodent droppings, viruses, dust mites and bacteria can collect in dirty ductwork. Pets can pollute indoor air with fur and dander, while pollen, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), cigarette smoke and household cleaners can all collect in sealed spaces over time. The grimy buildup in poorly maintained HVAC units and dirty HVAC air filters may also be to blame for polluted indoor air.
Air Quality Products for Homes and Commercial Buildings
Replacing HVAC air filters regularly is essential for clean indoor air. Filters trap contaminants, but if the filters are clogged or dirty, they blow pollution into your home instead of removing it. Humidifiers and dehumidifiers can balance moisture levels, and UV lights can be installed in HVAC systems to kill mildew, mold, mold spores and fungi. Air purifiers and air cleaners can remove, neutralize or destroy up to 99.9 percent of surface and airborne particulates.
With enough fresh air, contaminants can still collect in a space, but ventilation keeps them from building up to unhealthy levels. Adding a whole-house ventilator to your HVAC system can keep toxin levels low by exchanging stale indoor air for fresh outdoor air. You can also reduce the buildup of indoor air pollution by having your ductwork cleaned every several years, and your HVAC equipment serviced every spring and fall.
Dehumidifiers and Moisture Control
Controlling the moisture level in your home should be top of mind if you want your home to be healthy and comfortable. Many problems could occur when the moisture level in your home are too high such as mold, mildew, and climate control issues.
Installing a dehumidifier is one way you could keep your home air healthy and dry. Call the experts at Air Doctor Services, Inc. to discuss different moisture control solutions.
Advantages of Air Purifiers
High-tech air purifiers can remove almost 100 percent of indoor air pollution including pet dander. These systems come with multiple high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters that can rid one room of toxins in two hours. Many air cleaners are portable and movable from one room to another, but we sell and install whole-home purifiers designed to attach directly to your HVAC system, which allows them to clean and circulate a greater volume of air.
Some products have carbon filters that remove cigarette smoke. Carbon filters are especially useful at removing irritants that trigger symptoms in allergy and asthma sufferers. Other air cleaners have antimicrobial filtration that removes bacteria, viruses, pollen and dust mites. Ionic air purifiers can rid your home of musty odors and stale cooking smells, while air cleaners with UV lights effectively get rid of mold.
If your Murrells Inlet home suffers from polluted indoor air, the clean air experts at Air Doctor Services, Inc. can supply an effective solution for the problem. Other service areas are Myrtle Beach, Garden City, and Pawleys Island.