Indoor Air Quality
At KPH Mechanical we know there’s little more important to you than your family’s health. And a surprising but major contributor to that is your home’s indoor air quality! Did you know that your indoor air quality can be as much as 100 times worse than outdoor air—even if you keep a clean house? Despite being tidy, there can still be many harmful airborne contaminants in the air such as dust, viruses, mold, and allergens like pollen. The EPA has recognized poor indoor air quality as one of the top five risk factors to public health—that’s why your home’s indoor air quality is so important to us.
There are three major ways in which your indoor air quality can be improved:
- Source control
When these three methods are combined, you can greatly improve your indoor air, and literally start breathing easier. Our technicians are highly trained and certified, so they understand how important good indoor air quality is to your family’s health. There are a variety of things we can do to improve the quality of your indoor air:
Air filtration systems – At KPH Mechanical, we offer a wide variety of air filtration systems including electronic air cleaners, pleated filters, UV lights, and more. Having an air filtration system in your home can help stop the spread of airborne contaminants that are a potential health hazard for your family.
Carbon monoxide monitors – Carbon monoxide kills, don’t bet your life on it. Protect those you love from carbon monoxide poisoning with the latest technology in carbon monoxide detection. Call us today for details.
Dryer vent cleaning – If your dryer is taking more than one cycle to dry, it could be a strong indicator that you need dryer vent cleaning. Dryer vents that are clogged with lint can cost homeowners a lot of money on their monthly energy bills—up to $25! And if that isn’t troubling enough, clogged dryer vents can pose a potential fire hazard.
Humidifiers and dehumidifiers – If the humidity levels in your home aren’t well-balanced, it can mean a lot of discomfort for you and your family—and reduced indoor air quality. KPH Mechanical can help you by installing and maintaining whole-house humidifiers and dehumidifiers in your home.