We have helped hundreds of home owners improve their home’s air quality by suggesting and installing the right equipment.
While all HVAC systems condition the air within a building, not all are designed to purify the indoor air. At times, additional indoor air purifiers like special filtration and UV light systems that are required to ensure that impurities stay out. However, these purifiers come at an additional cost and therefore it is essential for HVAC owners to check the quality of the air in their homes and take appropriate corrective measures.
At Hely Heating and Air Conditioning, we can conduct tests to determine the extent and type of impurities that could be present in the air in your home. We have helped hundreds of home owners in Fenton and Jefferson Counties improve their home’s air quality by suggesting and installing the right equipment.
Radon is a colorless and extremely toxic gas whose presence is often checked by professional technicians while checking the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). Radon originates when radium that is present naturally in the soil decays due to natural processes. Excess and continuous exposure to radon can cause lung cancer.
Radon found in the soil can seep into homes from cracks in the foundation proving to be dangerous for inhabitants. The presence of radon can be easily tested with disposable radon testing charcoal canisters. These canisters are easily available in most hardware stores and can help in determining the presence as well as the amount present in an area.
Testing for Mold
Mold can get into living spaces and spoil furniture, destroy foundations if present in excess and cause a host of allergies for those living there. Mold is mostly found in trace amounts everywhere, and huge concentrations of mold are most commonly characterized by its musty dank odor.
Mold tests are easily available in hardware stores and consist of apparatus that contains a disc that works as a breeding ground for mold spores. Over a few days, one will notice mold growth on these discs. The speed at which the mold grows, the area covered, its color and appearance can tell the type of mold infests a place.
CO or Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that is extremely poisonous and in high concentrations can kill within minutes. CO concentrations can result from a simple furnace malfunction in the HVAC system leading to sometimes disastrous consequences.
CO detection kits are easily available like smoke detectors and can be installed professionally. These can be permanently wired to a home, or can be plugged into an electrical socket. These CO detectors can be installed on every floor or room in the house, and can be serviced or replaced easily when the annual smoke detector maintenance is conducted.
Call Us Today!
At Hely Heating and Air Conditioning, we have a number of solutions that will help to guarantee that every breath your family takes is a healthy one. We are committed to high quality and strive to always bring the best in the business to the HVAC system of our customers. When you have concerns about the quality of your home’s air, you can be confident Hely will have a solution!
Call the Fenton HVAC Company you can rely on today at (636) 305-9555!