You know that you’ve done everything that you can to get your home’s temperature under control. You have a good thermostat, upgraded heating and AC systems, and you know all of the best practices to run your systems correctly. So why do you still feel uncomfortable?
The truth is that temperature control is only half the battle–the other half is your home’s indoor air quality. So how do you improve air quality? We have a few quick steps for you to follow that will help you figure out how to improve your home comfort.
Step 1. Figure Out The Main Problems
You don’t want to start working on a project in your home with one goal in mind and then discover you’re headed in the wrong direction. This is why we want to work with you to figure out what your main air quality issues are before charging ahead.
We provide air duct testing in Fresno that will give an accurate idea of which challenges need to be addressed. Then we can determine how exactly to address them.
Step 2. Figure Out the Best Solutions for Your Home’s IAQ
Now that everyone understands what issues need to be dealt with (for example mold presence, dust, pollen, high humidity, etc) it makes it much easier to determine what the best solutions are to invest in. These can include one or more of the following:
- Air Filtration System: Helping to combat dust, pollen, fur, and other airborne debris, these are systems with powerful, semi-permeable membranes that clean up your indoor air.
- Air Purification: These systems use electricity or UV light to clean up the air in your home. They can wrangle and eliminate more airborne contaminants above and beyond those handled by a filter, including mold spores, viruses, and bacteria.
- Dehumidifier: Is your house getting too humid in the summertime? Then a whole house dehumidifier can help you get things back to a healthy, balanced humidity level.
- Humidifier: Dry air during the wintertime can harm your comfort just as much as high humidity in the summer. Keep wintertime comfortable by balancing your home’s humidity with a whole house humidifier.
- ERVs or HRVs: These systems are helpful to your indoor air quality and your energy efficiency. These systems bring in fresh air that is pre-heated or pre-cooled to keep things optimally comfortable without wasting any energy. They can even help with balancing your indoor humidity level.
Step 3. Enjoy a More Comfortable Home
You know what the biggest indoor air quality problem is and you know what your possible solutions are. Now you get the easiest job which is scheduling an appointment for a technician to get your new indoor air quality system installed so you can enjoy the best home comfort possible. Our team can get your next system set up properly and in a timely manner.
Let’s work together to take your comfort to the next level. Contact California Indoor Comfort Inc to schedule air duct testing and other indoor air quality services. Where comfort and technology come together