Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality

Professional Indoor Air Quality Service Provider In Granbury, Weatherford & Surrounding Areas

Unhealthy air in your home leads to many problems, such as health issues, increased HVAC repairs, poor insulation, and higher utility bills. Dirty air also produces more dust, which collects on every item in your home. If you are tired of dirty air in your home, contact Daffan Cooling & Heating experts. We offer indoor air quality.

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We offer a variety of solutions to help you improve air quality in your home.  We can assess the air in your home, identify the issues, and help you develop the right plan for creating a cleaner, healthier home environment.

To schedule indoor air quality services, fill out our contact form or call us.

Indoor Air Quality Services We Offer

Air Filtration and Purification

Cleaner air in the home starts with installing a high-efficiency air filter and reinforcing it with an air purifier. Our filters and purifiers trap 99.9% of the microns that contaminate the air in your home. We can install both single-room and whole-home purifiers that work perfectly for your home environment.

Is the Air in Your Home Making You or Your Family Sick?

Air pollution concerns everyone, but we tend to think pollution only exists outside. In reality, there is pollution inside your home and many other things! Three major indoor air quality factors contribute to the dirty air around you.

The Air Scrubber Plus by Aerus

The Air Scrubber Plus by Aerus substantially reduces odors, visible smoke in the air, surface contaminants, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), pet dander, and dust by utilizing the ActivePure® Technology. ActivePure consists of a special UV light and photocatalyst target, creating an Advanced Oxidation Process containing several friendly.

The Lennox Pure Air System

The Lennox PureAir system reduces concentrations of pollutants through a combination of hospital-grade filtration and photocatalytic oxidation. PureAir technology involves three steps:

  1. The Precision Pleat MERV 16 filter captures particles and bioaerosols as small as 0.01 microns, removing them from the airstream contaminants standard filtration systems cannot stop.
  2. As the odor and chemical vapor-filled airstream flow over the UVA lamps, the airstream is exposed to the catalytic surface (titanium-dioxide-coated PureAir insert).
  3. The light energy and catalyst work together to break down odors and chemical vapors into harmless carbon dioxide and water.

Schedule Indoor Air Quality Service from Daffan

Purifying the air in your home is a significant investment in your family’s health and the HVAC system’s longevity and performance. So don’t settle for less than the best for your indoor air quality solutions. Choose Daffan Cooling & Heating. We offer indoor air quality services for your home.

To schedule indoor air quality services, fill out our contact form or call us.

Frequently Asked Questions About Indoor Air Quality

MERV Filter/MERV: Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value Measures a filter’s ability to “catch” particles as they pass through the filter at any given airspeed. “Medium efficiency filters with a MERV of 5 to 13 are reasonably efficient at removing small to large airborne particles. Filters with a MERV between 7 and 13 are likely to be nearly as effective as true HEPA filters at controlling most airborne indoor particles.” ~ Environmental Protection Agency

Dust, pollen, dirt, pet dander, insulation, and carpet fibers are all airborne particles. Particles are often the largest pollutants but are not visible to the naked eye. Dust and pollen are the two major particles that cause hay fever. Dust is essentially tiny pieces of everything that exists in, or moves through your home. Pollen consists of airborne particles released from trees and other plant life.

Common house dust is far nastier than you think. Depending on the makeup of your household, it can contain a microscopic concoction of pet dander, pollen, mold spores, fungus, bacteria, bits of rotted plants, and dead insects. But that’s not everything! It can also contain millions of dust mites whose waste is a leading trigger of asthma, eczema, and allergic inflammations.

Biological contaminants are mold spores, dust mites, viruses, fungi, bacteria, yeasts, and algae. Also known as bioaerosols, they can be living or non-living organisms. Because they are so small, these contaminants can get past the body’s natural protective filters in the nose and upper respiratory tract. In doing so, they can reach the lungs and are highly allergenic. They can be found in any place dust is present, especially in items like bedding, upholstered furniture, and draperies.

Many sources can produce gasses: gas ovens, space heaters, water heaters, furnaces, carpets, fireplaces, garages, cleaning products, furniture, paint, pesticides, and cooking. Gasses can include carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Carbon monoxide can result from back drafting heating appliances, poorly maintained fossil fuel heating systems, faulty chimneys, gas cooking appliances, cigarette smoking and idling cars in an attached garage. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) include formaldehyde originating from building products, carpet backings, insulation, home furnishings, paint, cleaning chemicals, air fresheners and much more.