Were you aware that the quality of your indoor air can actually be worse than that outdoors? That’s right—the air that flows through your Williamson County, TX home, moving from the ventilation system into your home, is filled with millions of tiny particles. Some are harmless, but many aren’t. The harmful contaminants might include anything from pollen and pet dander to volatile organic chemicals, dust mites, and mold spores.
Even the cleanest home can run into trouble from pollutants that arise from everyday living. And particles are not the only threat—humidity levels also play a role in your comfort and health. Contact Miller Climate Control today to learn about how you can test and improve your indoor air quality. Give us a call to schedule indoor air quality services in Williamson County, TX.
Our customers are our neighbors, and with a strong focus on helping our community, we want to make sure that you are living in the healthiest and most comfortable environment possible. This goes so much further than ensuring your HVAC systems are working well—it means determining whether the air you breathe is harming you or not, with home air testing.
Home air testing is an advanced analysis of an air sample collected in your home. The testing procedure helps our indoor air quality technicians determine the amount of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and other common contaminants present in your home. We’re happy to explain this in greater detail when you reach out to our team.
Once our professional home air testing service is complete, we’ll be able to help you make an informed decision on your next step. Oftentimes, it is investing in one or more professionally installed indoor air quality systems, such as the products we’ve mentioned below.
An efficient way to stop many of the larger airborne irritants moving through your home is with a mechanical air filter, used to trap unwanted pollutants in the air passing through the ventilation system within a mesh of fibers. An air purifier—depending on what type you get—can trap even smaller particles as well as eliminate the growth of mold and mildew.
The ideal indoor relative humidity level for you and your family to stay comfortable is between 30–50%. Too dry of air can lead to a host of health problems, plus it can cause damage to your property. Too moist of air can also impact your health, plus lead to mold growth in your home.
When your Williamson County, TX home’s air feels stagnant and you want to let some fresh air in, you may be tempted to open a window. But if it’s the middle of a hot summer day, you’re only going to be wasting valuable energy. That’s where heat and energy recovery ventilators come in—contact us today to learn which is best for you.
Ask our team about our Diamond M Club membership. This is our maintenance plan that allows you regular tune-ups on your HVAC systems, and during this appointment our technicians will check to see that all related systems are up and running to the best of their ability.
During maintenance, we'll not only make any necessary adjustments, but we'll also make recommendations for any needed repairs or replacements. Handling these as soon as you're aware of the problem will ensure system efficiency.
Whether you'd like to install a new indoor air quality system or run a home air test, give the pros at Miller Climate Control a call today. Contact us to request an estimate on indoor air quality services in Williamson County, TX.