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Indoor Air Quality Services in Orem
When you think of indoor air quality, and specifically, having good indoor air quality, what attributes come to mind? We’re guessing mostly temperature. This is common, and not incorrect—but having the right temperature is just one aspect of having comfortable, healthy, quality indoor air. Other factors that contribute to good indoor air are cleanliness, overall health, comfortable humidity levels, and good ventilation. When any of these other factors are not in balance, the quality of your indoor air is compromised.
While the above-mentioned factors may seem numerous, the good news is that the IAQ experts at Skylake Heating & Air have the high-quality products and the expert services needed to turn around your indoor air quality quickly, efficiently and effectively. Not sure what’s causing the poor quality of your indoor air? We’ll pinpoint the issue and recommend the right product for the solution. All of our craftsmanship carries a lifetime guarantee, so you can rest assured you’ll be satisfied.
Dealing with indoor air quality problems in Orem, UT or the surrounding areas? Call our experts today at Skylake Heating & Air!
What’s Wrong with Imbalanced Humidity?
Not many people realize how much balanced humidity contributes to overall comfort—until there’s too much or too little of it. However, imbalanced humidity doesn’t just make you uncomfortable; it can also cause property damage and compromise your health.
For instance, excessive humidity leads to the development of mold and mildew, which will grow in a wide range of places including ductwork, fabrics, clothes, books, photos, etc. When the air is too dry, wood products including furniture and flooring can dry, shrink and splinter, ruining these items. Health can be compromised when allergy sufferers have to deal with mold and mildew growth, or when the air is so dry it causes sore throats, dry skin and nose bleeds. The indoor air quality experts at Skylake Heating & Air can help you resolve these kinds of issues with whole home humidifiers and dehumidifiers.
Can an Indoor Air Quality Product Help Remove Allergens?
The simple answer is yes, and there isn’t just one kind of IAQ products that can help trap and remove allergens from your home. Many allergy sufferers also have to manage a secondary problem like asthma, which is often triggered by allergy attacks, so cleaning your indoor air is about much more than stopping some sneezing. There are a few options from which to choose when cleaning your air is a priority, and the specialists at Skylake Heating & Air are here to help you make the best choice possible. If you already use an air cleaning product, we can make sure it works optimally with excellent repair and maintenance services. We can help you better manage your allergies with high–quality IAQ air cleaning products and expert services!
Air Duct Cleaning
Air ducts can harbor a great many contaminants if they aren’t professionally cleaned every 3—5 years. Our pros will make sure every inch of your ductwork has been cleaned so that any contaminants lurking in your air ducts no longer get a free ride into your living spaces.
Air Filtration Systems
Your HVAC system comes with a standard air filter, but this filter does not improve your indoor air in any way. If you are looking to improve your indoor air, you’ll want to consider using a higher grade of air filter in your system, and our experts can help you with this.
Are you interested in using an air purifier in your home? There are a few options available to you, and our pros can help you navigate your choices so you choose and install the best one for your needs. We can also make sure any existing air purifier you have works optimally with expert service.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Carbon monoxide is an extremely dangerous gas because it is odorless, tasteless, and invisible. Protect your family and your home with a carbon monoxide detector installed by our pros. We’ll make sure you have the protection you need around the clock.
Is there too much moisture inside your home? Excess moisture can lead to the development of growths like mold and mildew. A whole–home dehumidifier will rid your home of excess moisture by working as an integral part of your HVAC system.
Ductwork is notorious for losing both air and thermal energy. A great solution to both of these problems is having your ductwork properly insulated by our indoor air quality experts. Call us today and see how duct insulation can help you!
Faulty ductwork can total a third of your home’s air loss, resulting in poor energy efficiency, lack of cooling or heating, and the infiltration of odors, contaminants, and excessive moisture. Professional duct sealing from Skylake Heating & Air can alleviate these problems.
Do you suspect your ductwork may not be as sound as it should be? Then it’s time to call us for professional duct testing. With the latest tools and expert training, our technicians will be able to pinpoint any areas of air loss and/or imbalances in your ductwork system.
Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV)
Is the air in your home too stale? This usually indicates a problem with ventilation quality, but we have a great solution: an energy recovery ventilator, also known as an ERV. This component brings in continuous fresh air while using the thermal energy from your outgoing stale air to pre–condition the incoming air.
Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV)
If you have been looking for a way to have both healthy ventilation during the winter months along with better energy efficiency, you’ll want to consider using a heat recovery ventilator. The experts at Skylake Heating & Air can help install a new HRV, or repair an existing one.
When the air inside your home is too dry, it can affect your belongings, your home’s structure, and your personal health. Adding the needed moisture into your home’s air is easy with a whole–home humidifier, and our pros can help you with all of your humidifier needs in Orem.
UV Air Purifier
Biological contaminants like mold, mildew, fungus, bacteria, and viruses are of serious concern to homeowners. One of the best ways to eradicate these organisms from your property is by using a UV (ultraviolet) air purifier. Let our indoor air quality experts show you how a UV air purifier works.