indoor-air-qualityIf you are concerned about indoor air pollutants and the air quality inside your home, Norris Air, Inc. can help! We have a full line of air purification services and products to help eliminate common indoor contaminants, such as pollen, pet dander, dust mites, mold spores, and bacteria. These irritants are known to exacerbate allergies and respiratory problems, such as asthma.

It’s important to speak with an indoor air quality professional if you have concerns about these pollutants, because there are different methods to attack the different types of contaminants. In dry climates, such as the one in Arizona, it’s also important that there’s the right amount of moisture in the air inside your home, and some humidifiers can actually create too much moisture, which then promotes mold growth and other air quality issues.

Eliminate Pollutants to Help You Breathe Better

There are several approaches to improving indoor air quality. Eliminating the source of pollutants is the most effective method, but there are other approaches, such as air filtration systems, ventilation, and moisture control. Checking if your air filtration system is working correctly is important, you’ll be able to see if you need to clean it out or change your Furnace Filter in case that is the problem. Even maintaining the right indoor temperatures can help, and installing a programmable thermostat is a cheap and easy way to do this. Our Phoenix indoor air quality experts are very knowledgeable, and we’ll gladly share our advice and tips, so call us any time.

Air filtration systems in Phoenix and the surrounding areas, can be quite an effective solution to poor indoor air quality, particularly whole home air filtration systems, which work with your existing forced air HVAC equipment to filter the air distributed throughout your home. We take the whole house approach to improving your air quality, which involves using the right combination of products and methods.

We offer a variety of air quality products, including the following:

      • Mechanical Air Cleaners
      • Electronic Air Cleaners
      • UV Germicidal Lights
      • High Efficiency Air Filters
      • Programmable Thermostats

Ventilation is also a part of improving indoor air quality because it helps to maintain indoor temperatures, and provide moisture control. When there’s enough natural ventilation, then the right amount of fresh air from outside can help to dilute the pollutants inside. However, in tightly sealed homes, or when the air outside contains contaminants, the indoor air can become polluted with pollen, dust, and other irritants. While these conditions make natural ventilation a challenge, there are also ways to ventilate mechanically, such as installing attic fans and roof vents.

We sell, install, and maintain all types of indoor air cleaners and purifiers, as well as other air filtration devices, and our customers know that they can trust us to provide reliable service and durable products. At Norris Air, Inc., we are sure to have the IAQ solution for you, so contact us for all your indoor air quality needs.