Fall is here and winter will be upon us before you know it. We know that this is the time of year where heating typically becomes your central focus. This isn’t necessarily wrong nor is it a bad approach. We think it’s necessary for you to get your heater ready early in the season. After this, though, should come your indoor air quality preparation.
We know that the world of indoor air quality in Vancouver, WA can be a confusing world to many. If you’re wondering what your indoor air quality services should include, then we’re going to give you a quick guide through this today. If you’re ever left with any lingering questions, you’re always welcome to get in contact with us for further information.
The Signs You Need Indoor Air Quality Help
These are a few signs that you need indoor air quality care.
- You’re becoming dizzier lately or have noticed an increase in headaches.
- You’re nauseous much more often.
- You’re sneezing and coughing even if you’re not sick or suffering from allergies.
- Respiratory issues that you have are starting to flare up again.
- Your skin, hair, and nails are decreasing in quality.
- You’ve noticed mold and mildew growth in your home.
- An increase of dust buildup throughout the home.
Make sure that you note these issues and work to fix them as soon as possible.
A Few of Your Indoor Air Quality Options
Here are a few of your indoor air quality options when you’re working with our professionals.
Air Filters and Air Purifiers
Are you struggling to get your home air quality in top shape? This is something that an air filter or an air purifier can help you handle. Sometimes home is better suited for one or the other. We can help you determine which is right for you. Just get in touch with one of our team members.
Have you noticed that you’re maybe coughing, sneezing, or wheezing more often than you have before? These are all signs that you can benefit from an air scrubber for your home. We’ll help you determine what’s right for you. Every home is different and we take this into consideration when getting you quality service.
Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers
Your home’s indoor air quality should hover between 30% and 50%. If it dips below 30%, then you’re going to need a humidifier. If it rises above 50%, then you’re going to need a dehumidifier. We’ll help you determine which system is right for you.
HRV and ERV Systems
HRV and ERV systems are great because allow you to recirculate the air throughout your home in a way that benefits your comfort. HRV and ERV stands for heat recovery ventilator and energy recovery ventilator. This is what you need when you’re looking to circulate in fresh air after you’ve had your doors and windows closed for a while. We know that you don’t want to sacrifice the temperature of your indoor air for fresh air. You can get both with one of these systems.
Contact Area Heating & Cooling, Inc. today to schedule an appointment with our professionals.