Indoor Air Quality Services in Austin
Fresh, Healthy Air for Your Home or Business
With the right equipment and services, our team at Intelligent Air Services, LLC can ensure that you have the highest air quality possible throughout your home or commercial property. We can also help improve humidity levels with a humidifier or dehumidifier and keep the entire property as comfortable and clean as possible.
Call Intelligent Air Services, LLC at (512) 675-6997 today to schedule a free estimate and learn more about our Austin indoor air quality services.
Choosing the Right Air Purifier
One of the most important parts of ensuring that your air purifier handles all of your needs is to ensure that you choose the most appropriate model and design for the specific problems you’re facing.
While an air filtration system or electronic air cleaner, for instance, is a great option for most airborne pollutants, they are of no use against biological pollutants such as viruses, mold, and bacteria. In this instance, UV germicidal lights may be more appropriate. To learn more about which air purifiers are available to you, contact us today to request an estimate.
Do You Need A Humidifier?
You probably also operate your air conditioning system throughout much of the year, and air conditioners dehumidify the air as they cool it. This can result in excessively dry air, though, spurring a number of different problems.
That is why it is so important that you act as soon as possible. To do so, you need to recognize the warning signs of low IAQ. You may notice that people complain of dry, itchy skin, sore throats, or even nosebleeds. All of these may suggest that there is not enough humidity in the air. Also, pay attention to chipping paint, warped wood, and other irregularities such as common electrical shocks. Furthermore, if during the heating season it seems like you cannot comfortably heat your building, a lack of humidity may be to blame.
Signs That You Need a Dehumidifier
There are a lot of warning signs you may notice which can alert you to the need for a dehumidifier. You just have to know what it is that you are looking for. Because humid air holds heat much more effectively than dry air does, you may notice that a humid property is very stuffy and uncomfortably hot. Clearly, this is not an environment conducive to getting much work done, certainly not in a happy way. Plus, dampness can lead to the promotion of mold growth throughout the building, itself a serious problem. With a quality dehumidifier, you can resolve such problems before the major ones set in.
High humidity can also lead to wood rot which compromises your home’s furniture or respiratory issues. Regardless of what types of problems excessive humidity in your property is causing, we are the company to call.
Contact our Austin indoor air quality experts today to find out more about how we can help improve the air you breathe!