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Indoor Air Quality Service In Aubrey, TX

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Breathe Easier With Professional Air Quality Service

Depending on your source, there are statistics claiming that the air inside your home is anywhere from five times to 100 times more polluted than the air outside. But the fact is, the amount of pollution doesn't matter. Any contaminants in the air - bacteria, chemicals, dust, mold - present a health hazard to anyone breathing it. We may not be able to clean the air outside - but we do have control over what we breathe inside.

With CVJ's indoor air quality service, we offer a range of products and components that can help to screen out pollutants, sterilize microorganisms and provide fresh air to you and yours. Contact us today at 940-251-2941 to learn more about how we can clear the air. Whether you're in Aubrey, Denton, Pilot Point or in any of the surrounding areas, we're here for you.

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The Right Tools For The Job

CVJ's experts keep up with all the changing technology and industry-leading products to make sure we can provide you the cleanest air possible. The equipment we use:

  • Air Purifiers - Air purifiers work to not only screen pollutants, toxins and allergens out of the air, but they also work to sterilize them as well. We can help you choose the best purifiers for your home's individual situation.
  • Air & Furnace Filters - AC and furnace filters not only help your HVAC system to run efficiently, but they work hard to trap pollutants from outside before they get into your home.
  • Media Air Cleaners - Supercharged versions of standard AC and furnace filters, media air cleaners feature tightly woven, pleated fibers that screen out almost anything from the air. Unlike standard filters, it's important these are matched to your systems specs as they can restrict airflow if not.
  • Electronic Air Cleaners - The best of all worlds together, these cleaners use regular cleaners to trap large particles and electrically charged filters to grab smaller particles like bacteria and mold so they don't blow through your home. Plus the filters are washable and reusable, making them cost-effective as well.

Why CVJ Is The Best Choice For Your Indoor Air Quality Needs

There are many factor that go into choosing a contractor you can trust. Longevity - we've been doing this since 1993. Experience - all of our technicians are highly-trained, and stay on the cutting edge of air quality technology so they can provide the right solutions. Service - everything we do is centered on you. We don't just see you as customers. We see you as part of the family. Ready to clear your air? Message us online or call us at 940-251-2941 today!

FAQs

What are the health effects of poor indoor air quality?

Poor indoor air quality can lead to various bad health effects. Exposure to indoor air pollutants like mold, dust mites, pet dander, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) can cause respiratory issues, allergies, and asthma symptoms. High levels of indoor air pollutants can lead to headaches, dizziness, fatigue, and irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat. Long-term exposure to poor indoor air quality may result in chronic respiratory diseases, heart disease, and other health problems. Improving indoor air quality through proper ventilation and air purification can help mitigate these health risks.

How can an air purifier improve my home's indoor air quality?

An air purifier enhances indoor air quality by removing airborne contaminants like dust, pollen, pet dander, and mold spores. It employs filters or technologies such as HEPA filters, UV-C light, or ionization to capture or neutralize particles. This reduces allergens, pollutants, and odors, providing cleaner air. Air purifiers are beneficial for individuals with respiratory issues and can create a healthier living environment by minimizing the presence of harmful particles, promoting better respiratory health, and reducing the risk of airborne infections.

What type of air purifier is best for people with allergies or asthma?

For individuals with allergies or asthma, HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) purifiers are recommended. These purifiers use HEPA filters to trap airborne particles like pollen, pet dander, dust mites, and mold spores, which can trigger allergies and asthma symptoms. Additionally, look for purifiers with activated carbon filters to remove odors and VOCs (volatile organic compounds) from the air. Choosing a purifier with a CADR (Clean Air Delivery Rate) suitable for your room size ensures effective air purification. Regular filter replacement is essential for optimal performance.