Indoor Air Quality Services in Wake Forest, NC
Remove Potentially Harmful Contaminants & Enhance the Air You Breathe
For better or for worse, modern life is spent largely indoors. Because so much of our time is spent inside of buildings, the air quality of those buildings has a significant impact on our overall well-being.
Unfortunately, studies have found that air inside of a home or commercial building can be as much as five times as polluted as the air outside.
When you are looking for a way to improve the indoor air quality in your home, Mechanical HVAC Services is here to help. We can work with you to determine the perfect system that will suit your needs and achieve your goals.
Our indoor air quality systems in Wake Forest include:
One of the most exciting systems we have available is the Fresh-Aire UV. This system utilizes an effective UVC germicidal lamp which helps to kill biological contaminants such as bacteria, mold, and even viruses. It is generally agreed upon that UC lamp systems like these are an excellent complementary measure to accompany filtration.
Filters, while highly effective at removing particulate matter from the air, are generally too large to reasonably stop the flow of microorganisms. By adding a system with a UV lamp, you are helping to minimize the circulation of unwanted contaminants and contribute to a healthier home!
Common Culprits of Indoor Air Pollution
Because they are closed environments, indoor spaces have a difficult time dissipating pollutants without help. Once something is introduced into the air, it tends to stay there for quite some time.
Some of the most common pollutants in indoor spaces include:
Particulates such as dirt, dust, pet dander, and pollen: Some of the most common pollutants in the average home, these are also extremely common irritants. Many of these are naturally-occurring but were not meant to be continuously circulated throughout the space. Those with existing respiratory issues may find that their symptoms are greatly aggravated in homes with these pollutants.
Cleaning solutions: The toxic chemicals in some cleaning solvents can be damaging over time and may linger in the air long after their purpose is served.
Household staples: Things like paint, hairspray, perfumes, and pesticides can all negatively impact a home’s indoor air quality.
Smoke and combustibles: Anything intended to burn, such as fireplaces, gas stoves, incense, candles, and even cigarettes can release harmful chemicals into the air.
Construction materials: Certain types of varnish, treated wood, primer, glue, caulk, and insulation can all sometimes release pollutants over time.
Let Mechanical HVAC Services Help
Our Wake Forest indoor air quality experts are here to provide you with skilled assistance whether you are just looking to freshen up your home or you want to make things easier for a loved one with respiratory problems.