Indoor Air Quality Services
As a leading provider of indoor air quality services, we understand the impact it can have on health and comfort in your home. With comprehensive indoor air quality testing solutions using the latest technology, our team is dedicated to creating healthier indoor air for our clients. Promote well-being and ensure every breath you take is clean, pure, and rejuvenating with HARP Home Services’ indoor air quality service.
Why Indoor Air Quality Matters
Today we spend more time indoors – at work, gyms, and our own homes – than we do outside. Recent health restrictions have only increased our time in conditioned spaces.
A recent report by the Environmental Protection Agency revealed that the air quality inside the average home is five times worse than the air outside (full of dander, pollen, dust mites, and other irritants)! Keep your home and family healthy with air purification systems, installed by your trusted HARP Home Services team.
Indoor Air Quality Testing
At Harp Home Services, we specialize in comprehensive indoor air quality testing services that put your health and comfort first. Our experienced indoor air specialists use the latest tools and equipment to analyze your indoor air, identify pollutants, allergens, and potential contaminants that may be affecting your environment.
With a detailed understanding of the results, we can provide a wide range of solutions to improve indoor air quality.
Indoor Air Quality Solutions
There’s a wide array of risk factors that affect indoor air quality and a Harp Home Services indoor air specialist can help you. Our indoor air quality technicians are extensively trained to assess poor air quality and offer customized options to restore the health of your home and the quality of your air.
Our Air Filters, Humidifier Installation & Other Solutions Can Help You Feel Better
- UV lamps: These dramatically destroy and reduce potentially harmful contaminants
- Humidifiers and dehumidifiers: These work with your HVAC system to keep moisture levels balanced throughout your home
- Air filtration: These capture even the smallest contaminants and keep them from recirculating back into the home’s air
- Air purification: Contaminants are removed and destroyed before air is recirculated in the home
Combat Indoor Air Pollution with Lennox PureAir™ and Phenomenal Aire CPG
Lennox PureAir™ pairs the germ-killing power of UV light with MERV16 filtration, to eliminate odors, mold spores, and more from the air you breathe at home, but it doesn’t capture all airborne particles. Partnered with Phenomenal Aire’s lab-tested cold plasma technology, these devices provide powerful filtration to remove matter – including reducing 99.9%* of COVID-19 particles – from your home.
* Based on the manufacturer’s independent lab analysis. This product does not guarantee against transmission of any specific pathogen, nor does its use take the place of practices that are recommended and should be followed by the Centers for Disease Control and Protection. See https://www.cdc.gov for more information. Phenomenal Aire is provided by a third-party manufacturer and is unaffiliated with Harp Home Services. Phenomenal Aire warranty is valid only with complete installation by HARP Home Services. PA residents only, limited availability.
* * $1 per day estimate is based on an average financed cost of the PureAir and Phenomenal Aire systems professionally installed. Financing provided by third-party lenders unaffiliated with HARP, under terms and conditions arranged directly between the customer and such lender, all subject to credit requirements and satisfactory completion of finance documents. Any finance terms advertised are estimates only.
What Is Indoor Air Quality?
“Indoor air quality,” or IAQ, refers to the air quality within a building and relates to the health and comfort of occupants. It is a relatively new topic in environmental safety. While a lot of attention has been placed on outdoor pollution over the past few decades, the focus on indoor air quality is just beginning. The quality of a home’s air mainly has to do with the amount of pollutants inside, but it’s also determined by humidity and ventilation levels. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has found that concentrations of pollutants can be up to 100 times higher indoors than outdoors. The American Lung Association estimates that most people spend 90% of their time indoors, so clean indoor air is very important.
How Can I Improve My Indoor Air Quality?
There are some basic strategies for outsmarting indoor air pollution:
The first step toward better indoor air is to identify the sources of air pollutants and remove as many as possible from your home. You can decrease the amount of dust and dirt in your home by cleaning and vacuuming at least once a week. You should also regularly wash bed linens and stuffed toys. If someone in your family is sensitive to fumes, you should safely store household products and use them only when necessary. If you need help determining if you have a problem with pollutants, contact your local Lennox dealer to evaluate your home and indoor comfort system.
Today’s modern homes are well-insulated and sealed to conserve energy, which means airborne pollutants have no way to escape. Healthy Climate® ventilation systems help remove allergy-aggravating particles and germs by exchanging stale, recirculated indoor air with fresh, filtered outside air.
Although cleaning and ventilating helps reduce indoor air pollutants, these simple fixes are not cure-alls. Some contaminants are so small that they may escape through the vacuum or never land on a surface. Healthy Climate® air cleaners and high-efficiency air filters capture even the smallest of particles and germs. Germicidal lights kill them. And a PureAir™ air purification system goes a step further; it removes particles, germs, and odors, and it destroys chemical vapors.
Improper humidity levels and high temperatures can actually increase concentrations of particles and germs. An icomfort Wi-Fi™ touchscreen thermostat or ComfortSense® programmable thermostat regulates moisture levels and temperatures to improve indoor air quality and enhance comfort.
What Are The Benefits of Clean Air?
Allergies and asthma are two health problems that can be helped with clean indoor air. When airborne irritants are removed, allergy and asthma sufferers often find relief from their symptoms. Even healthy people who have never suffered from allergies can benefit from clean air. Dust, smoke and other particles float around in the air, causing your drapes and furniture to gather dust. By removing airborne dust particles, you reduce the amount of exposure your respiratory system has to them.
Can Indoor Air Be Hazardous To My Health?
Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) can be the cause of numerous health problems. Medical groups report that as many as half of all illnesses are caused or aggravated by indoor air pollution. Pollutants in your home’s air can cause dizziness, headaches, and nausea, plus aggravate allergies and asthma.
Clean indoor air benefits everyone, even people who have never suffered from allergies. By removing airborne dust particles from the air, the amount of exposure the respiratory system has to them is greatly reduced.
HARP Home Services is ready to help 24/7! Contact us at 1-860-544-5391 for fast, reliable Indoor Air Quality services in your area!