Indoor air quality (IAQ) can have an important impact on your health as indoor air can be 5x more polluted than outside air. Your air ducts and heating and cooling equipment could be housing and spreading bacteria, virus, mold, dust mites, pet dander and more. But don't panic. Bryan's Heating and Air Conditioning has the solutions to make you home's air safer and healthier. Call us today at (316) 755-2447 to schedule an appointment to discuss which solutions will best fit your home.
The quality of your indoor air is important for keeping your indoor space comfortable and inviting year-round. Over time, airborne allergens, dust, and other hazardous particles accumulate in your home, decreasing the efficiency of your HVAC system and posing health risks to loved ones or employees. With over 30 years of expert heating and cooling experience, Bryan's Heating and Air Conditioning provides the best solution to your air quality needs. From residential to commercial system replacement, installation, repair, fabrication and maintenance, our team of professionals will ensure your HVAC system is properly installed and serviced. If you are in need of an HVAC that delivers quality indoor air, or your system needs an upgrade, contact our HVAC repair company today!
Low quality of air inside your home or business can due to a number of reasons. The most common causes for poor indoor air quality includes the following.
Proper ventilation helps improve indoor air quality, control ventilation, and prevent airborne contaminants. An efficient heating and cooling system that is professionally installed with bi-annual HVAC maintenance can help minimize air contaminant problems and improve indoor air quality. Selecting the right heating and cooling system filters for your home or business will also keep your indoor air environment fresh and pollutant-free. What’s more, timely heating and air conditioner repair is essential to achieving and maintaining high indoor air quality. Bryan's Heating and Air Conditioning recommends the following tips for boosting your residential or commercial indoor air quality.
The air in your home or business directly affects the manner in which your family or employees operates and the level of comfort they enjoy. Poor indoor air quality can exacerbate allergy symptoms, lead to respiratory issues, among a number of other medical conditions. What’s more, in high heats, poor ventilation can make individuals susceptible to heat exhaustion and dehydration. For commercial properties, poor indoor air quality can drive away customers and decrease employee productivity. Achieving and maintaining clean, fresh indoor air can help you create a healthier and more enjoyable indoor environment for family, clients, and employees alike. Without indoor pollutants that contribute to poor indoor air quality, your HVAC system is able to function more effectively and efficiently, leading to lower monthly utility bills, longer functional lifespan of the unit, and a reduced likelihood of breakdowns.