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Did you know the air in your home has the potential to be more polluted than the air outside? The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that the quality of the indoor air in your home could be up to 10 times more polluted than the worst outdoor air. These disturbing statistics make it necessary to consider the status of your home’s indoor air quality maintenance. Triple-T Plumbing, Heating & Air can help you improve air quality in your home to give you and your family more breathable air.
Indoor Air Quality Specialists in Utah & Washington County
The indoor air quality specialists at Triple T Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing have provided Utah & Washington County residents with reliable residential air quality services since 1974. Our company is licensed, bonded, and insured, and we are dedicated to providing top-notch customer service. Because the air in your home has the potential to be more polluted than the air outside, keeping an eye on home air quality is essential. The average American spends 90 percent or more of each day indoors—usually in their own home. It is clear why ensuring indoor air quality is of crucial importance to the health of you and your loved ones. Our qualified company can help improve the standard of your current system and come up with a maintenance plan to keep the air in your home as pure as possible.
Why Are Indoor Air Quality Levels Important?
The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that the indoor air quality in your home could be up to 10 times more polluted than the worst outdoor air. These disturbing statistics make it necessary to consider the status of your home’s indoor air quality maintenance. Triple T Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing can help you improve air quality in your home to give you and your family more breathable air. We finish every job as quickly and efficiently as possible while never sacrificing quality.
Signs of Indoor Air Pollution
Particles and pollutants can cause your home’s air quality to suffer. Dust mites and debris in the air can not only trigger asthma, allergies, and respiratory attacks and promote the conditions for them to be there. Humidity levels in the home can also contribute to the lack of comfort and indoor air pollution levels. If there is too much humidity, it can increase the number of pollutants in the air, fostering the growth of mold, dust mites, and other contaminants. Excessively dry air—often caused by air conditioning systems—can trigger allergies and asthma as well.
When The Time Is Right To Call HVAC Experts
If you’ve never considered the cleanliness of the air in your home, we recommend scheduling an appointment with one of our indoor air quality specialists as soon as possible. Most people fail to seek professional help until after their indoor air has already become unhealthy. Taking control of the air quality in your home can help prevent pollution-related symptoms you may be suffering from, such as:
- General fatigue
- Irritated eyes
- Sore throats
- Sinus problems
- Breathing difficulties
- Worsened asthma
Improve Indoor Air Quality in Your Utah Home
Residential indoor air quality ensures your home is comfortable and provides a healthy environment for your loved ones. With Triple T Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing, you can find the advice, products, and service you need to ensure that the air you are breathing in your home is both comfortable and clean. Our technicians are EPA-certified, so we can help you ensure the air filters in your HVAC system are clean and efficient, that the house’s ventilation system is working correctly, and that your humidity levels are maintained. As a family-oriented business, we prioritize improving the healthy atmosphere of your home, as we would want the same for ours.
Products we offer include:
Indoor Air Quality Solutions For Utah Residents
Our technicians can help identify the sources contributing to your compromised indoor air, as well as recommend a plan of action for improving and preserving a higher quality of air moving forward into the future. The options available to enhance the quality of air issues include:
- Ultraviolet Air Treatment Systems – Prevent bacteria and mold from growing on air conditioning coils or elsewhere in your system, reducing allergens carried throughout the home
- Air Cleaners – Remove particles from the air, including dust, smoke, pollen, pet dander, mold spores, and bacteria
- Humidifiers – Put additional moisture into the indoor air to help relieve the side effects of breathing excessively dry air
- Ventilation Systems – Pull fresh air from the outside in, not only helping improve stagnant indoor air but also reducing energy consumed and decreasing utility bills
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