Poor indoor air quality conditions can lead to potential health problems. Additionally, any individual with asthma or allergies may experience their symptoms worsening due to air quality conditions.
Options to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality
Robinson Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. has been a family-owned business since 1946, and because of that, we like to uphold our family values and treat all of our customers as if they were members of our family. This means that we provide the highest quality service and guarantee customer satisfaction.
When you’re seeking to improve your indoor air quality, we provide two options:
- Air filters: While air filters may seem like they have very minimal function, they actually contribute to the efficiency of your heating and cooling systems as well as the quality of your air within your home or business. Depending on the type of air filter you have, you should be changing typical filters at least once every two to tree months, or if you have a box-type filter, you should be replacing it at least once a year. At Robinson Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc., we can assist with replacing your air filter and installing a specialty filter that best suits the needs of your home or business. Air filters improve the quality of your indoor air because they’re able to reduce irritants (pollen, bacteria, mold).
- Humidifiers: When it gets chilly during the winter months, the air inside your home can become dry, which causes chapped lips, coughing, and other respiratory or nasal issues. A humidifier is useful because it adds moisture to the air in addition to improving the efficiency of your home’s heating system.