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Indoor Air Quality Services

Does it seem odd to you that it’s hard to breathe within your own home? Are you an allergy-sufferer? Do you want to make sure that you have enough moisture in the air? We can address all of these issues (and more) when you call upon our indoor air quality specialists. We want to make sure that your home is not only comfortable for every member of your family (including your pets!) but also that it’s safe. Poor indoor air quality is a serious issue throughout this country, and you’ll want to make sure that you’re doing everything that you can to prevent problems before they can take their toll.

As a leading HVAC service provider, our goal is very simple: to provide you with comprehensive, effective, and affordable products and services. When it comes to improving your indoor air quality, you’ll need to rely on whole-house devices, which include air filtration systems, humidifiers and dehumidifiers, as well as UV air purifiers. We can help you come up with a plan that will ensure that your problems are resolved. Contact our team today to learn more about what we can do for your home!

What’s Wrong with Your Indoor Air Quality?

It’s not as though there is a clear indication of an indoor air quality problem, as there is for your temperature. That said, there are some important indications that you may be having a problem with the air inside your home. While you can rely on our trained professionals to recommend a solution to you, keep an eye on some of the most common signs.

For example, if you find that your air smells foul, musty or otherwise stale, then it may be full of particles that should be removed. Moreover, if you find that your air feels heavy with moisture or excessively dry, even to the point of causing dry skin and mucus membranes, then you’ll want to adjust your humidity level according to the season.

Your Options for Whole–House Air Quality Improvement

When it comes to improving your indoor air quality, there are two factors to keep in mind: what the problem is, and whether there’s a whole–house solution. You don’t want to waste time and money researching and having installed a piece of equipment that will not give you the results that you deserve. At the same time, opting for a whole–house unit instead of a portable one has a number of different benefits.

We offer whole–house systems that integrate directly into your air ducts. That means they are installed within or near your air handler so that every air molecule that’s either heated or cooled is also purified, humidified, or dehumidified. It’s the best and only way to affect the whole area of your home instead of room–by–room, which is what makes portable units less than ideal.

Not only do our technicians install new systems from scratch in a wide range of HVAC equipment, but we are also available to repair or maintain your existing equipment as need be. Contact Lee Heating & Cooling today.