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6 Ways to Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality

The average American spends over 90 percent of their life indoors. That’s why at Oliver we stress making your home a safe environment. Of course, we can help with our heating, plumbing, and electrical services. But, one thing you may not have thought about? Your indoor air quality. We offer services to improve it and keep your home the safe haven you need it to be.

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Duct Cleaning

All of your home’s indoor air travels through your duct system. However, so does all of your home’s pollutants including dust, dander, and more. That’s why it’s vital that your systems are cleaned on a regular basis. It is recommended to get your air duct system cleaned every three to four years or after any major damage or renovation.

You can easily request a duct cleaning estimate from our experts to see how we can help.

Filtration

Another safeguard for your home is ensuring that your filtration system is working properly. Your air filters need to be changed per manufacturer recommendations to be effective. Keep in mind, there are many variations of air filters and systems. Contact us to help determine the best filtration system for you and your family.

Air Scrubbers

Air Scrubber is designed to help eliminate Indoor Air Quality risks (also known as sick building syndrome) by reducing pet and cooking odors, air pollutants, VOCs (chemical odors), smoke, mold, bacteria, and viruses. We can come out to your home and see if it is better suited for a portable or duct mounted air scrubber. Both solutions pull in the air and remove any harmful particles. This ensures that the air inside your home stays clean.

Humidification

While you may have heard of a dehumidifier, oftentimes homeowners don’t realize some homes actually need humidity. Oftentimes, you’ll notice in your own body first if your home is too dry. If you wake up with a dry mouth or notice dry skin or lips, chances are your home requires additional moisture. A dry home can start to create air leaks which can end up compromising your air quality. However, like we said, too much moisture is also bad for your home, so its best to reach out to our professional team to make sure your home is at the ideal level of moisture.

Dehumidification

Excess moisture in the air can result in micro-organisms growing in your home, such as mold and mildew, which can wreak havoc on your health. Dehumidification helps pull the excess moisture from the air. Our team can help determine the moisture level in your home to recommend the appropriate dehumidification system.

ERVs and HRVs

ERVs and HRVs are Energy and Heat Recovery Ventilators. These systems replace the stale air in your home with fresh air to help improve indoor air quality. It is essentially replacing the stale air in your home with fresh air to help improve its quality. Our team can help you determine what type of system is best for your home.

Ready to improve your home to make sure its safe for your loved ones? Start by improving the air quality. Contact us to get started today.

 

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