According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air pollution is one of the top five environmental dangers. Estimates indicate that the average American home has an indoor air quality level that is two to five times more polluted then the worst outside air, leading to problems with asthma, allergies and other respiratory disorders.
Unfortunately, modern heating and cooling systems can trap dust mites, pollen, mold and other allergens inside your home or business, making the air unhealthy to breathe. Parks Heating & Cooling believes you should be able to breathe freely in your home or business. To help with this, we offer a comprehensive list of indoor air quality services for homeowners and businesses in the Charlotte metro area.
Finding the Cause of Your Indoor Air Quality
Before you can address indoor air quality concerns, you need to know where they are coming from. Some homes struggle with indoor air quality because of dust and debris in the ductwork. Others lack proper ventilation to remove humidity, creating a breeding ground for mold.
The Parks Heating & Cooling team can come to your home to find the cause of your indoor air quality concerns. We have sensitive equipment that can detect problem areas, so we can provide a real solution. This will help us recommend the right indoor air quality products to address the issues your family is facing.
Installation and Service Indoor Air Quality Systems
An indoor air quality system is the first step in protecting your home and its occupants from indoor air quality problems. Parks Heating & Cooling offers a variety of indoor air quality products, such as:
- Humidifiers and dehumidifiers
- UV germicidal lights
- Energy recovery ventilators
- Ventilation control systems
- Air filters
- Air purification systems
A combination of these products will ensure that your indoor air is clean and fresh. Once your indoor air quality system is installed, the team at Parks Heating & Cooling offers comprehensive maintenance and repair service for these indoor air quality components. With regular inspections and occasional repairs, you can ensure that your indoor air quality systems will continue to protect your family, year after year.