If you have poor indoor air quality, you might have allergens, dust, pollution, mould spores, bacteria, and viruses in your air. You might also have humidity problems that make your airborne debris worse. At DC Air, we have the targeted solutions that can resolve your indoor air quality issues. You’ll find that our honest, friendly staff are a breath of fresh air. We can help you breathe better all the time with our indoor air purifiers, humidifiers and heat recovery ventilators.
What can you do to solve your air quality woes? Here are some of the solutions we can install for you.
Low humidity in the winter can make you much less comfortable, drying out your eyes, nose, and skin. It can make symptoms of illnesses, like the flu, much worse. They can also make your home feel colder since less humid air holds less heat. A humidifier can fix all of this and make your home cozy in the winter.
The air purifier market is a little confusing. How do you know that you’re getting a quality filter that will target the airborne debris you’re concerned about? What about true HEPA filters or UV light filters? The professionals at DC Air can help you make sure that the HEPA filter you’re buying will have the effect that you want it to. You can trust our team to be approachable and honest.
Heat Recovery Ventilators, or HRV for short, is a device which brings fresh air into your house. Quite simply the HRV is tied into your HVAC system, removes old stale air and introduces fresh air from outside into your house. A simple concept though requires certified technicians to install and balance this equipment to ensure it works properly. It’s an energy-efficient way to ventilate your whole home.
Every home has different air quality challenges. And, your air quality strategy should adjust for the seasons, whether it’s humid allergy season in the summer or dry flu season in the winter. At DC Air, we’re community members who know what you’re facing and will take the time to get you the right solution for your specific concerns. Reach out to us for indoor air quality concerns today.