Indoor Air Quality In Memphis
Many homeowners mistakenly believe that the air inside their houses is clean and free of pollutants, but there are actually a number of airborne irritants and allergens that can linger inside of your home without the right solutions. If you haven’t given much thought to your indoor air quality, you should schedule a consultation with a Choate’s Air Conditioning and Heating technician to explore ways you can clean up the air inside your home. Along with regular maintenance to your heater and air conditioner, you may need to invest in advanced filtration solutions to keep your air pure and clean for the health and safety of your family.
Indoor Air Quality Solutions
Dirt, dust, mold, and various other irritants can build up within various components of your HVAC system, reducing the efficiency of your system as well as the quality of the air in your home. Because your heater and air conditioner are constantly recirculating air, you will want to ensure that this air is pure and clean with the solutions below.
Physical FiltersThere are different filters you can incorporate into your system, which will physical trap particles like dust and mold spores. These should be replaced often as part of your seasonal HVAC maintenance.
UV light use ultraviolet light to zap contaminants that a standard filter might miss. These air purification systems can be installed within your ductwork, so they remain out of the way, ensuring that air is cleaned at the source.
HumidifiersHumidity control can be helpful when it comes to reducing allergy and asthma symptoms at home, so you might invest in a humidifier to reintroduce moisture to the air when you run the furnace during the winter. This can keep you more comfortable and allow you to breathe easier.
Air Duct CleaningWith no added equipment, air duct cleaning helps you boost the performance of your HVAC system and clean the air in your home. Professional duct cleaning will reduce the risk of mold and mildew growth by clearing out pockets of dust, where mold can grow. Additionally, this will clear your system of blockages so that air flows freely, reducing stress on your system.
Indoor Air Quality Products
Choate’s Air Conditioning and Heating can help you with any of your Indoor Air Quality problems. Choate’s has a vast knowledge of the newest products that are available today and the experience to install them properly. Here are some of the products available.
At Choate’s, we know the Mid-south area can be tough on allergy sufferers. That’s why we install our standard filter sizes of 20″x25″4″ or 16″x25″x4″. We sell our filters for half the price you will pay anywhere else, and the best part is that you do not have to change them for up to 3-6 months, depending on house hold conditions.
Now available: (2) Free filters for each system with a purchase of our PCA.
High Efficiency Filtration Systems
Choate’s Air Conditioning & Heating, Inc. is pleased to provide you with the best air quality possible. We can upgrade your air filtration system to our standard 4″ Media filter, to washable air filters, or to our best Infinitiy Air Purifier that can kill bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
If allergies are a bother and you are interested in air filtration system that will help, give us a call today.
Media Filter Chambers
If you still have a 1 inch air filter track and are suffering from allergies, dust, and poor ventilation, chances are you need to upgrade to a better air filter track. Choate’s Air Conditioning and Heating, Inc. can upgrade your old air return box with a new better air filter chamber that allows you to have a better air filter system.
A new upgraded air filter system will help you cut down on all these things and extend your furnace life. Collecting more dust in your air filter means your air blower wheel and evaporator coil won’t get dirty, thus prolonging the life of your air conditioning and heating system. Having better air is having a better life.
Fresh Aire UV Purifier
Indoor Air Quality is a growing concern. One of the best ways to prevent poor air quality is with an UV/Air Purifier. Fresh Aire UV Purifier is installed in your supply air duct and cleans the air the goes through the purifying system. For more information click here.
During the winter time your furnace heat has been known to dry up the moisture in the air. To solve this problem moisture must be reintroduced back into the air. The best way to do this is with a HVAC Steam Humidifer. This will go into your supply duct and maintain the proper humidity throughout your home. For more information click here.