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The Best Air Quality Services and Products in Indianapolis

Air Quality Services and Products for Greater Indianapolis Area

Recently, indoor air pollution has become an increasing concern in people’s homes. People seem to be looking for answers to comfort and health problems related to poor air quality. Air pollution isn’t just an outdoor problem. The truth is that the air inside your home can be more polluted than the air outside. The air inside your home can become polluted by:

  • Asbestos from deteriorated building materials
  • Dust containing lead and other heavy metals
  • Naturally occurring radon gas
  • Pesticides
  • Carbon monoxide and other contaminants from appliances, fireplaces, and vehicles

Defining indoor air quality is probably best done by describing what poor air quality is. A few examples that suggest you have an indoor air quality problem:

  • Stale or stuffy air
  • Lingering, unpleasant odors
  • Excessive dust or allergens
  • Eye or throat irritation
  • Humidity below 30% or over 60%
  • Mold or bacterial problems

Fortunately, there are several simple solutions to improve your indoor air quality. Williams Comfort Air’s air quality experts are here to help you determine the best air quality product for your home in Indianapolis. With options like air cleaners and air purifiers, as well as UV germicidal lamps, humidifiers, and dehumidifiers, our expert technicians will identify a solution that works best for improving the air quality in your home.

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Williams Comfort Air’s Service Area

The Williams Comfort Air team works throughout the following zip codes shown on the map. Don’t see your location on the map? Call us… we’re growing every day!

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Williams Comfort Air provides speedy and professional service for homeowners in and around the great city of Indianapolis.

If you’re suffering from poor indoor air quality, you need fast, experienced help to resolve the problem. There are several routes to consider when it comes to resolving air quality issues. Our Comfort Consultants can help you determine the best solutions that achieve the quality results you’re looking for. Our trained air quality experts specialize in identifying the problem and recommending the best solutions available to you.

Types of Air Quality Products for Indianapolis

At Williams Comfort Air, we provide the best air quality products to improve low-quality air in your home.

  • Air cleaners
  • Air purifiers
  • De-humidifier
  • Humidifiers
  • UV germicidal lamps

Preventative Measures to Reduce Air Pollutants Causing Poor Indoor Air Quality

  1. How can you improve the air quality in your home? Our air quality experts created a list of tips that every
  2. Indianapolis homeowner can benefit from:
  3. Use chemicals outdoors only.
  4. Let fresh air into your home by opening the windows weekly.
  5. Before starting any renovations, have your home tested for asbestos and lead in paint.
  6. Use air fresheners sparingly.
  7. Cigarette smoke is one of the most common indoor air pollutants. Don’t smoke indoors.
  8. Periodically have your home tested for radon.
  9. Bedding should be washed weekly in hot water.
  10. Cover scented candles with a lid.
  11. Bath and wash your pets often.
  12. Try not to wear your shoes around the house. Use a doormat to wipe your shoes off at the door.
  13. Frequent, regular vacuuming.
  14. Add dusting to your regular cleaning routine.
  15. Water leaks should be fixed as soon as possible.
  16. An air purifier can help to get rid of any contaminants that aren’t covered in this list.

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Common Air Quality Terms

There are many words and acronyms used in the HVAC industry that experts use throughout their conversations. It’s easier to make an informed decision when you know the common terms.

Air Cleaning
The process of removing airborne particulates and gases from the indoor air

Air Quality Index (AQI)
A nationally uniform index for reporting and forecasting daily outdoor air quality.

Animal Dander
Tiny skin cells shed by your pet(s), similar to human dandruff

Back-drafting happens when the exhaust from combustion appliances (furnaces, hot water heaters, and fireplaces) is transported down the flue and emitted into the home.

Biological contaminants
Also known as pollutants, produced by living things, can be found in items such as humidifiers, condensation pans and unvented bathrooms. However, some also can be found in carpets, bedding and other upholstery

Carbon monoxide (CO)
A colorless, odorless gas that can be harmful when inhaled in large amounts. CO is released when something is burned.

Coarse particles (also known as PM10-2.5)
Particles with diameters generally larger than 2.5 micrometers (µm) and smaller than, or equal to, 10 µm in diameter.

Fine particles
Tiny particles in the air, often formed from gas

HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filter
A type of mechanical air filter.

The quality of absorbing moisture from the air.

Indoor air pollutant
Contaminants found in air that affect the room, area or home’s indoor air quality are considered indoor air pollutants.

Natural ventilation
Any air movement into and out of a home or other structure through holes and cracks in the foundation, walls, doors, windows or other locations is natural ventilation.

Particle pollution
General term for a mixture of solids and liquid droplets suspended in the air.

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