We spend the majority of our time indoors, and although it might not seem to be the case, the air within our homes and businesses tends to be polluted with various contaminants. In fact, studies conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have found that indoor air quality tends to be two to five times dirtier than the air outside. While we work diligently to seal our properties to get the best energy-efficiency from our heating and cooling systems, this has the detrimental effect of keeping the polluted air within our homes. In order to improve the quality of the air that you, your family members, your employees, and your guests/customers breathe, trust our indoor air quality in St. Louis. Martin-Jetco Heating and Air Conditioning will provide you with the best indoor air quality services in St. Louis.
Even if you love the outdoors, your home is a place that keeps your safe from the elements. That includes keeping your home warm on cold nights and cool on hot days. But, don't forget that your indoor air quality is of equal importance!
Here are some important reasons to keep your household's air clean:
Although it’s not uncommon for people to believe that the air within their properties cannot be dirty because it’s sealed off from the outside air, our St. Louis indoor air quality specialists hope to dispel this myth. It is, in fact, this sealing off that creates dirtier indoor air which can have negative effects on health.
Poor indoor air quality can be attributed to:
Because there’s no way for these contaminants to be ushered out of your home, with the exception of opening the windows or doors, they are constantly recirculated throughout your air and can even build up within your air filter or ductwork.
Increased allergy symptoms, such as sneezing, coughing, and a runny nose or congestion, can all be attributed to poor indoor air quality. Additionally, the presence of such pollutants in your air can lead to worse asthma or other respiratory or sinus conditions.
In order to maintain your health, and that of any family members, employees, guests, or customers, it’s important to have your indoor air quality regularly tested. Our St. Louis indoor air quality technicians will perform a thorough inspection and report their findings to you in addition to discussing your options for improving the quality of your indoor air.
One easy way to improve your indoor air quality is with an air filter. Although it may seem as if they can only do the bare minimum in terms of improvement, this couldn’t be farther from the truth. Installed directly into your HVAC unit, they both filter out pollutants and help improve the efficiency of your heating and cooling system. Our St. Louis indoor air quality specialists will check and replace your air filter (should you provide it) as part of our Home Comfort Agreement (HCA).
Because we frequently partner with companies to offer restoration services after a flood, we can install air scrubbers into your heating and/or cooling system. These use UV germicidal light waves to purify, clean, and remove many contaminants from your indoor air, leaving it fresher and better to breathe in.
Our expert St. Louis indoor air quality technicians put our customers first. We won’t leave until we’re sure you’re satisfied. We’ve been assisting customers in the area since 1964 and throughout this time we’ve been able to earn an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Reach out to us today at (636) 205-1631 to schedule same-day service.
Our team is licensed and well trained. You can rest assure that anyone working on your HVAC system is qualified and will work efficiently. That is a guarantee!
Our family has been serving the area since 1964. We care about the community and the people in it! We're proud of the reliable & honest relationship we've built for generations.
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We come prepared with all the tools and equipment needed in our fully stocked trucks to handle the job in one trip.