Indoor Air Quality Services in Delaware and Maryland
People usually think of temperatures when considering the comfort inside their homes. But just as important is the quality of the indoor air. The air in your home may be far lower than you’d like it, but Atlantic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Inc. has ways to solve this. You can trust us for indoor air quality services because…
- We have over 30 years of history delivering quality work in Delaware and Maryland
- We always communicate and follow through with customers to ensure they’re satisfied
- We’ve earned numerous certifications from industry institutions and manufacturers, including Trane, Mitsubishi, Lowes, and ENERGY STAR
We have everything you need for improved indoor air quality: air filtration systems, UV air purifiers, humidifiers and dehumidifiers, heat and energy recovery ventilators. We also work with sealing leaky air ducts to ensure you have a superb ventilation system.
Call to learn more about our indoor air quality services. “We Take Pride in Your Comfort!”
Get to Know Your Indoor Air Quality Systems
The best advice that we can give you in terms of improving the air quality in your home is to work with a skilled, trained technician. The fact of the matter is that there are a number of different problems which may develop with your indoor air quality. The tricky thing is determining precisely what it is that you are up against, and then choosing the most appropriate indoor air quality system for the job. There is no point in using UV germicidal lights, for instance, if it is an air filtration system that you need. Regardless of the problems that you may encounter with your indoor air quality, the specialists we employ can evaluate your situation and find the right equipment needed to provide a comprehensive solution. Call today to learn more about improving indoor air quality with great indoor air quality systems.
One of the most common indoor air quality issues that homeowners face is the proliferation of airborne pollutants throughout their homes. With the right air filtration system in place, you can overcome this issue in order to boost air quality and to alleviate asthma and other respiratory systems. Let us help you understand the air filtration systems available for installation in your home.
In some cases, an air filtration system may not be enough to overcome issues with airborne pollutants. If you find yourself in just such a situation, an air purifier may be your best option. Electronic air purifiers give pollutants an electric charge, and the ionized pollutants adhere to a collector plate. This removes them from the air, and you won’t have to worry about breathing them in any longer.
Very dry air can have a number of serious consequences for both your property and your comfort. Do you often have bloody noses, suffer from dry, itchy skin, or find wooden furniture and fixtures splitting in your home? If so, a whole–house humidifier may be just what you need. Instill your air with the moisture necessary for healthful, comfortable living.
Having too much humidity in your air is just as troublesome as having too little. That is why you may need to consider the installation of a whole–house dehumidifier to dry things out a bit. Excessive humidity can lead to mold growth, water damage, and many other unsavory outcomes. Schedule service with us to get the dehumidifier you need.
Biological pollutants are a major concern for many homeowners. Clearly, mold spores and viruses are the types of substances you want dealt with swiftly. Let us install your UV germicidal lights to eliminate these threats to your health. Using safe amounts of UV radiation, such lamps can really clean up the air in your home.
Your air ducts have a major job to do: they distribute heated and cooled air throughout your entire home. This means that leaking air ducts can be the source of considerable energy loss, and can also allow pollutants into your HVAC system. Give us a call to schedule professional duct sealing if your air ducts are compromised.
Keeping your home well ventilated is a major priority, as poor ventilation can really drag down air quality. How does one do so without wasting heating and cooling energy, though? With an ERV, or energy recovery ventilator. These devices help to recover energy and moisture from the air during the ventilation process.
Are you trying to keep your home well ventilated in your home, while protecting energy efficiency at the same time? By passing incoming and outgoing air streams very near one another, and HRV, or heat recovery ventilator, can do just that. Contact the indoor air quality experts at Atlantic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Inc. for more information.