Indoor Air Quality in Columbia, SC
Did you know the air inside your home can be four to five times more polluted than the air outside? Indoor air pollutants such as bacteria, viruses, dust, dirt, mold spores and allergens, are all contaminants that can be found in your home’s air. These contaminants can aggravate respiratory diseases and infections, especially in children and older individuals. While this can be disturbing to think about, there are many products and services you can add to your home to help clean your air.
Every day, things such as mold, dust, viruses, bacteria and dust mites can circulate through your air after passing through your HVAC system. A whole-home air purifier can remove a high percentage of these toxins from your air.
$100 off on Select Home Indoor Air Quality Products
*Valid at participating ARS®/Rescue Rooter® Network locations. Purchase and installation of Air Scrubber required. Not valid for third party, new construction or commercial customers, with any other offers or discounts, or prior sales. See service center for details. Coupon required at time of service. Void if copied or transferred and where prohibited. Any other use may constitute fraud. Cash value $.001. License: #M2842
Offer expires 11/30/18
There are many types of filters available that can be added to your heating and cooling system to removing indoor airborne pollutants. These include disposable filters, media filters, HEPA filters and more. Based on the needs of your family, our professional service technicians can to recommend the most effective filter for your system and home.
Many homes require the addition of moisture to maintain a comfortable environment. Low humidity levels can result in dry skin and hair, cracked hardwood floors and furniture and damage to personal belongings. Whole home humidifiers can be added to your home’s heating and cooling system to add the right amount of moisture to your air for ideal comfort.
Too much humidity in your air can cause mold and mildew growth. These mold spores can get into your home’s air, and potentially cause illness in your family. A whole-home dehumidifier can be added to your heating and cooling system to help prevent mold and mildew growth.
UV Germicidal Lamps
UV germicidal lamps can destroy virtually any harmful microorganism that passes through your heating and cooling system, such as germs, viruses and bacteria, by breaking up their DNA structure. As a result, the microorganisms are destroyed and your indoor air quality can be improved.