Hilton Head Island Indoor Air Quality Services
Reliable Fresh Air for Your Family
It can be a little disturbing to learn that the air outdoors is often cleaner than the air inside our homes. Modern construction methods ensure homes are tightly built to avoid drafts and air leaks. Unfortunately, without a good flow of fresh air to flush out contaminants, everyday actions can lead to dirty indoor air. Personal hygiene products, air fresheners, cleaning sprays, and even cooking can release harmful particulates into the air. Stay on top of the problem with indoor air quality solutions from the Hilton Head Island indoor air quality experts at Farmer’s Air.
Indoor Air Quality Concerns
People with allergies, asthma, and other respiratory issues feel the effects of polluted air sooner than other people do. However, apparent good health now, doesn’t mean everything is fine. The Environmental Protection Agency warns that long-term exposure to contaminated air can affect your heart and lungs and may even lead to cancer. The agency recommends eliminating the source of pollution, improving ventilation, and using an air cleaner.
3 Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality
While poor indoor air quality can cause problems like mild irritation, it can also have a very negative effect on your health. It can lead to worsening symptoms of asthma, allergies, and other respiratory illnesses or even lead to heart and lung disease.
Energy Recovery Ventilator
While opening up windows is a great way to keep your home naturally ventilated, it also invites allergens like pollen into your home. Instead, consider using an Energy Recovery Ventilator. These work by transferring heat and moisture from fresh air entering your home to the airstream that is leaving your home.
Air Purifiers and Cleaners
Air purifiers are great for removing particles such as dust, pollen, and microbes from your indoor air. They’re typically portable and can be plugged in wherever they’re needed the most.
Humidifiers are obviously best for winter months where the air is noticeably drier. This dry air can lead to a lot of different issues, including bloody noses, dry skin, and asthma irritation. On the other hand, dehumidifiers are a great asset during the hot and humid summers in South Carolina.
To reduce the effects of dry air or excess moisture, consider installing a humidifier or dehumidifier.
For all of your indoor air quality questions or services, don’t hesitate to reach out to the experts at Farmer’s Air!
Services We Offer
Our HVAC techs have additional training on indoor air quality products and services. We can evaluate your home’s air quality and offer advice on reducing allergens and indoor pollution for a safer, healthier home. Be sure to tell us about any ongoing problems with excessive humidity or mold, as it could point to issues with your Heating or even your Air Conditioning system. Gaps and damage to the ductwork can allow water, dust or waste from insects to infiltrate your ventilation system. We also offer duct inspection, repair, and sealing services.
Indoor Air Quality Products
In some situations, the best way to take control of your household’s health is with the help of the proper equipment. Famer’s sells, installs, and maintains:
- Air purifiers and air cleaners
- Energy recovery ventilators
- Humidifiers to reduce the effects of dry air or excess moisture
- Integrated controllers for seamless operation
Choose Our Indoor Air Quality Specialists in Hilton Head, SC
Our skilled technicians have extensive experience assisting Lowcountry customers with improving their indoor air quality. We are proud of our 30-year reputation for service and quality in the Hilton Head area. Since our goal is to earn customers for life, we never use pushy sales tactics to manipulate people into buying something they don’t need. We want every customer to be satisfied and feel that they were treated with respect and integrity. We also provide amazing financing options to ensure you receive the proper indoor quality you and your home need.
If you are concerned about the quality of the air in your home or want more information about solving humidity concerns, contact Farmer’s Air today at (843) 508-9779.