Indoor Air Quality
Did you know that there is more to maintaining the quality of your home’s air than just maintaining your heating and cooling systems? Proper maintenance involves monitoring your air quality and keeping your air ducts free and clear of pollutants all year round. On your own, this can be a daunting task, but with Buckhorn Heating and Air Conditioning by your side, keeping your family healthy and your air clean can be easy. Let us help you keep your indoor air quality at its peak twenty-four seven.
At Buckhorn Heating and Air Conditioning, our team of factory trained and certified technicians are dedicated to providing you with the level of quality service you deserve. With a commitment to keeping your home’s air as clean as can be, we can assure you that by the time we leave, you will be completely satisfied with the services we have provided.
In general, the indoor air quality services we provide include:
- HRV ventilation installation, repair and maintenance.
- ERV ventilation installation, repair and maintenance.
- Humidification controls installation, repair and maintenance.
- Air duct replacement.
- Air duct repair.
- Residential air duct balancing.
- Air filteration.
- Air filter replacement.
When it comes to keeping your family’s air clean, know that you can count on Buckhorn Heating and Air Conditioning. We are committed to keeping your family healthy and will do everything in our power to provide you with the services that will do just that. Don’t let your family suffer due to poor air quality in your home; call the experts you know you can count on.
When do I need to worry about indoor air quality?
For most of us, the quality of the air in our homes is one of those “out of sight, out of mind” issues. Unless someone in the home needs to use oxygen, or suffers from seasonal allergies, the overall state of the air is a concern we all tend to ignore. For the most part, home heating and cooling systems are designed to provide filtration and ventilation everyday, so it’s not something that needs much thought beyond changing the air filter regularly.
However, there are some key instances in which you might want to bolster your HVAC system’s filtration and ventilation efforts. The biggest concern is when someone in the house has respiratory issues. When a family member relies on oxygen, or maybe someone has allergies or asthma that impact their breathing year-round, great air filtration can have an impact on their overall health. We bet you didn’t think your HVAC system could help save on medical costs! But with better filtration and ventilation, someone with respiratory concerns can breathe easier (and probably get better sleep), which can help minimize health issue flare-ups that necessitate a trip to see the doctor.
Even more simply than that, proper filtration, ventilation, and humidification helps to cycle out the dust, dander, and other environmental pollutants that can float in on the air and get carried in on clothing/shoes. Better filtration, ventilation, and humidification helps minimize pollutants that float in on the air, which means you can breathe easier whenever you’re home. Reducing air pollutants in your home is also a good way to nix some airborne germs, which can go a long way toward keeping your family healthy when flu season hits.
Whether you need to improve the air quality in your home for health concerns, or just to give your lungs a break, the Buckhorn team is here to help. Connect with us today for air quality control help in Fort Collins and across the Front Range.