Indoor Air Quality
Indoor Air Quality in New Braunfels, TX
When we say “indoor comfort,” you most likely think of temperature control: heating and air conditioning. But that’s only half of the equation. The other half is all about the quality of your indoor air, and that can include the particles in the air or how much moisture it contains. Either is capable of dragging down your comfort or making you sick.
Luckily, you have little to worry about if you team up with Thayer Air Conditioning to fix your indoor air quality issues. We can test your air to find out which indoor air issues are the most prominent in your home, and then prescribe a solution with the right combination of products. Raising your air quality can reduce the symptoms of asthma, allergies, and can even prevent the likelihood of contracting illnesses.
Contact us today to schedule a free estimate for air quality system installations. Your comfort is our #1 priority!
Clean Up Your Air
There are millions of particles floating through your indoor air, and not all of them are harmless. Dust, dirt, chemical pollutants, and other contaminants are floating through the average home’s air space thanks to open windows, cleaning solutions, and preservatives. If you feel lightheaded or prone to allergies in your own home, it’s not surprising to hear that it might be due to an air quality issue.
In this case, the best solution may be air filtration systems and air purifiers. These products will help trap contaminants that are floating through your air, allowing you to dispose of them later.
Regain Comfort by Balancing Humidity Levels
The worst part of each season isn’t the temperature of the air. Rather, it’s the humidity levels. Excessively high humidity will make your summer feel muggy and can raise your body’s temperature by a few degrees. Low humidity in the winter will lower your immune system while making your skin and throat dry.
Balancing humidity levels is the best thing you can do for your comfort all year round. It can easily be done with the help of whole-house humidifiers and dehumidifiers.
It’s Better Not to Install Indoor Air Quality Products on Your Own
While it certainly won’t hurt your indoor air quality to install one of these air quality systems, the fact is that you may not need some of them. Getting an air quality test from an expert is going to be your best course of action for your time and money. While you may be correct in thinking that your air is full of contaminants, there are various grades of filters and purifiers to install—you first need to know which sizes and types of pollutants are in your air space. Otherwise, your efforts might go to waste.
To alleviate any doubt about which air quality systems to install (or not to install), you can trust in Thayer Air Conditioning to figure it out for you. Our licensed and NATE-certified technicians are well-equipped and experienced to help you find the solution to your air quality problems.