Sterling Indoor Air Quality Improvements
Cleaner & More Breathable Air in Your Maryland or Virginia Home
It should go without saying that the quality of air which you breathe is
extremely important. Is the air quality indoors at your home or business
of the highest caliber? At
Donmar Heating & Cooling, our Sterling HVAC team offers customers with solutions for significantly
reducing harmful contaminants indoors and creating cleaner and more breathable air.
If you have found yourself suffering from allergies, having difficulty
breathing, or experiencing some other side effect that is the result of
poor air quality, we are here to help. With everything from purifiers
to UV lamps that kill germs, our Virginia and Maryland HVAC experts have
a full range of effective products that can help you clean up your air,
breathe easier, and
enjoy greater comfort at all times of the day and night!
Call us at (703) 457-8676 to schedule a consultation with our Sterling
indoor air quality technicians.
What is Making My Indoor Air Quality Bad?
When it comes to indoor air quality, many homeowners believe that the biggest
threats to their residence are external forces: pollen, humidity, smog,
and so on. The truth, however, is that there are elements inside many
homes that can decrease the quality of the air. Below, let's look at some
sources of air contaminants that homeowners are not always quick to recognize.
- Pets are a beloved addition to so many households, but they are also one
of the key contributors to air quality contaminants. Cats and dogs produce
dander that can usually be detected by humans (via an odor), but the hair
on their bodies is also a vehicle for dust, pollen, and airborne microbes
that can be introduced from outdoors.
- Do you have a fireplace? Is there a smoker in the house? If so, it's likely
that these burns are introducing contaminants into the air. Respirable
particulates and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons result from tobacco
products, wood burning, and even gas heaters.
Standing Water Humidifiers
- This containment source is counter-intuitive because humidifiers are usually
used to help improve air quality. Standing water, however, can be a breeding
ground for contaminants that can be introduced into the air. Because of
this, humidifiers should be emptied shortly after their use.
Dirty Furnace Or Air Conditioning Filters
- Your HVAC system circulates the air around your home, so it's absolutely
critical to ensure that your furnace and air conditioning unit is outfitted
with a new filter every season. Without one, your HVAC system is not only
delivering contaminants to your home, it's introducing new dust particles
that have accumulated on the filter.
Concerned about the air quality of your home or how your HVAC could be
contributing to a contamination? If so, we invite you to contact us at
Donmar Heating & Cooling today.
How Can I Improve the Indoor Air Quality in my Home or Business?
- Air cleaners and purifiers that remove pollutants in the air and help ease
symptoms stemming from allergies, asthma, and more
- Air humidifiers that help everyone in your indoor space breathe easier
by replacing moisture that has been lost
- Energy recovery ventilators that work with your other HVAC systems to bring
in clean indoor air without wasting energy
- UV lamps that use ultraviolet light to destroy germs and pollutants in the air
Solutions That Are Custom-Tailored to Your Unique Needs
Whether as additions to your existing HVAC systems and air quality products
or by themselves, we have what you need to reap the benefits of purer
and overall healthier living. Our
Northern Virginia HVAC company can walk through all of the unique needs and goals that you have for your
indoor space and offer custom-tailored solutions just for you.
free estimate by calling our office located in Sterling, VA now at (703) 457-8676
(Virginia) or 301-250-1899 (Maryland)!