Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality Services

To help you determine the best indoor air quality solutions for your home, contact the AirCon indoor air quality experts at 281-488-HELP (4357). We'll help you select the system that's right for your home.

Make Every Breath a Breath of Fresh Air
Symptoms of indoor air quality issues can include odors, dust issues and uncontrolled humidity. To you this can mean allergies, asthma and generally an unhealthy environment for you and your family. AirCon has the tools and skills to help resolve these issues.

New research on indoor air quality reveals the startling fact that merely walking on your Houston area home's carpet can release potentially harmful particles into the air. 

Indoor particles, when inhaled, lodge themselves in your lungs, potentially contributing to health problems like asthma.

The most surprising finding of the research? Walking on carpet and sitting on furniture released as many fine particles as vacuuming.

  • This research hints at a much larger problem – poor indoor air quality in the homes of most consumers. 
Most homes harbor an alarming assortment of potentially toxic chemicals and substances. Carpet particles, as mentioned in this research, are usually made from synthetic fibers derived from petroleum. Their impact on the lungs is largely unknown.

At AirCon Service Company, we provide only the best when it comes to products to make your home a healthy home. The quality of the air in your home can also affect:
  • Performance of your heating and air conditioning equipment
  • Cost impact on your heating and cooling bills each month.

UV Lights
Numerous studies have shown that UV light is an extremely effective germicide, killing more than 99% of germs, including the deadly H1N1 virus. Germicidal UV lights available from AirCon are effective against viruses, bacteria, dust mites and mold. UV lights have been used in sterile environments like hospitals for decades and are now available for your home. Installation is easy. UV lights are installed in the ductwork of your home's heating and air conditioning system to provide maximum whole-house efficiency.

  • Numerous studies have shown that UV light is an extremely effective germicide, killing more than 99% of germs, including the deadly H1N1 virus.  

How Do UV Lights Work?
As air passes over the light located in your home's air ducts, a germicidal lamp instantly disrupts the DNA of viruses, bacteria and other living airborne organisms so they can no longer reproduce. The ultraviolet light practically eliminates microorganisms circulating inside your home's ventilation system.

When you combine good housekeeping with an ultraviolet system you’ll help ensure your household’s air supply is as clean and healthy as possible.

Whole-Home Air Filtration
Reducing Indoor Air Pollution for a Healthier Home
Outdoor air is cleansed regularly by nature. Thunderstorms, lightning and ultraviolet energy from the sun continually clean the outdoor air.

However, our indoor air contains persistent sources of pollution that can adversely affect our health. Nearly every home is a host to a variety of pollutants, including:
  • Building Materials
  • Adhesives
  • Cleaning Chemicals 
  • Disinfectant Sprays
  • Deodorizers
  • Insecticides 
  • Paints
  • Stains
  • And Other Toxins
To compound the problem, we’ve sealed our homes to conserve energy and prevent the toxins from escaping. 

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states that our indoor air environment can be two to five times as polluted as the worst outside air.

AirCon provides expert solutions to indoor air quality problems. Our whole-house air filtration system cleans your indoor air by removing particulate matter with HEPA filters that can remove up to 99.97% of airborne particles. The result is cleaner, healthier air. For those with allergies, asthma and other respiratory-related issues, cleaner air means living more comfortably.

Humidity Control
Humidity can cause numerous problems in your home and can affect your family’s comfort. The following are signs of excess humidity in your home:
  • Musty Smell 
  • Mold or Mildew
  • Stains on the Ceiling or Walls 
  • Reduced Comfort from Dampness and Stickiness
If your home has excessive humidity, call AirCon Service Company at 281-488-HELP (4357). An AirCon indoor air quality specialist can measure your home’s humidity levels and recommend system changes to keep your humidity levels at a safe and comfortable level. The AC system is the primary tool for removing humidity. Many times adjustments to the current system can make huge improvements in humidity levels.  

Houston Indoor Air Quality Services
  • A Range of Whole-House Filtration Systems to Fit Your Budget
  • UV Lights to Help Purify Your Air 
  • Whole-House Air Cleaners
  • HEPA Air Filters 
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