Indoor Air Quality

How do you know if the indoor air you are breathing is healthy? The EPA ranks indoor air quality as being one of the top five environmental problems in the nation. Since the majority of people spend 90% of the time indoors, your risk may be even greater. Children, individuals suffering from poor health, and the elderly are especially vulnerable!

Do you have dry skin? Static electricity? Cracked woodwork? Chances are your indoor humidity is too low! Forced air heating systems tend to create a situation where the air in your home is too dry, which means you need to install a humidifier in your home. Humidifiers add just the right amount of moisture into the air to help make you more comfortable. It also helps keep your woodwork from cracking, and keeps you from "shocking" your loved ones after walking across your carpet. Call Addison Smith today, and we'll install a new humidifier, and we'll do it for $25 off!

You can breathe healthy, clean, fresh air once again. . .
The solution for cleaning up the air inside your home is not always as simple as adding another piece of equipment to your home’s heating and air conditioning system. Each home is different, and so are the needs of your family. That’s why it’s important to talk with our consultants to design a system that will work with your home’s furnace and air conditioner and the individual needs of your family.

Indoor Air Quality Solutions:indoor air quality

  • Whole House Humidifiers
  • High-Efficiency Air Filters
  • High-Efficiency Air Cleaner
  • UV Cleanser/Ultraviolet Lights
  • HEPA Filtering Systems
  • Fresh Air Delivery Systems

Indoor Air Contaminants:

Particles: Pollen, dust, dirt, pet dander, insulation and carpet fibers

Biological Contaminants: Mold spores, dust mites, viruses, fungi, bacteria, yeast and algae

Gases and Odors: Chemical vapors from gas appliances, fireplaces, carpets, garages, cleaning products, furniture, paint, perfumes, pesticides and tobacco smoke