Indoor Air Quality

Ensure your home’s air is clean and healthy with our home indoor air quality improvements.

Why Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Matters

With age-old concerns like allergens and brand new worries like COVID-19, indoor air quality (IAQ) matters for your home health more than ever. Haller’s trained and licensed technicians can help locate issues with your IAQ systems, offer innovative solutions, and bring your IAQ up to or beyond standard.

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Step One

Purify Your Air

Air purification systems help decontaminate your air by removing harmful particles and pollutants.

Step Two

Improve Your Ventilation

Introducing clean air (and removing stale air) will help keep your indoor air fresh and prevent contaminant buildup.

Step Three

Circulate Your Air

Once you bring in fresh air, you’ll need to effectively move it around your entire home so it can fill each space.

Step Four

Test Your Air Quality

It’s difficult to fight what you can’t see. Indoor air quality testing can uncover the hidden threats that are putting your health at risk.

How Clean is Your Air?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency states that indoor air quality is often worse than outdoor air quality. There are three categories of pollutants that can build up in your home: chemical contaminants, particulates (very small organic and inorganic compounds), and biological pollutants like bacteria and airborne viruses, including COVID-19.

Do you have pets in your home, suffer from allergies or asthma, or experience dry throat, skin, or eyes? If so, your home may have issues with indoor air pollution. 

Here are some questions to ask yourself if you aren’t sure if your IAQ is up to par:

  • Does my home have a healthy level of humidity? 
  • Does air circulate throughout fairly easily?
  • What ventilation methods am I using at home?
  • Are there chemicals and other volatile products stored inside? 
  • How many people are sharing this space?

You may find there are some sources of contamination lurking around your home, but don’t fret, there’s plenty you can do about it.

Improve Your IAQ

There are steps you can take right now to make way for cleaner, healthier air. First, promote ventilation the natural way by opening windows and doors to allow fresh air in. Next, use fans or window air conditioners with the vent control open to circulate air within your home.

Be sure to run the exhaust fans in your kitchen and bathrooms to help remove local contaminants (you need to open a window to let fresh air circulate inwards, too), and stick to your cleaning routine, focusing on carpets and floors where allergens can easily gather.

IAQ Solutions from Haller

There are two main ways our experts can identify issues and make IAQ improvements: testing and maintenance.

Indoor air quality testing

Haller conducts home air quality tests to understand the state of your air so we can identify problems and their sources in order to create targeted solutions. 

Our expert technicians use specialized devices and detectors to manually check in, on, and around your heating, cooling, and ventilation systems. That way, they can spot indicators of inadequate filtration and recirculation and contaminant buildup that might be impacting indoor air quality levels.

Regular HVAC maintenance

System maintenance will keep you one step ahead. Maintenance doesn’t only improve efficiency and extend the life of your system, it can also help your system clean your air and keep it fresh. 

Regular HVAC system maintenance can include frequent filter changes, cleaning, and professional tuneups to help your HVAC system and accessories work better for you. 

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Systems and Devices for Better IAQ

We carry popular devices to boost IAQ from top brands in the industry.

Air Purifiers

For the latest in clean air technology, we install home air purifiers that use bipolar ionization to deactivate harmful substances circulating in your air.

Air Filters

Filters help rid your air of contaminants that can trigger allergies, asthma, and other symptoms. Change out old HVAC filters for new ones as often as every two months.

UV Lights

Direct exposure to an ultraviolet (UV) light has been proven to inactivate bacteria and viruses.  UV radiation lamps work to keep your air, water, and surfaces constantly disinfected.

Humidifiers

Dealing with dry air? Consider a whole house humidifier. A humidifier benefits your home by protecting against a buildup of germs, mold, and other pollutants.

Air Handlers

Air handlers can help maintain the right temperature and humidity levels throughout your home by circulating even amounts of hot and cold air.

Air Booster Fans

Mounting booster fans in your ductwork helps to move hot and cold air quickly in your home, improving air circulation (while removing odors and pollutants).

Ventilation Systems

Ventilation systems expel pollutants through your home’s ductwork and a network of fans. They extract and supply air to your home efficiently.

Updated HVAC Systems

Whether your current HVAC system is older than 10 years or it’s just not working the way it used to, you might consider a replacement — this can boost IAQ and save you money.

Why You Can Trust Us

We have over 35 years of experience providing the best heating and cooling solutions to homes big and small, new and old.

Do you know something’s wrong, but not sure what the problem is? We can help diagnose the issue for free over the phone or a video call! Remote Assist is our newest service to help homeowners get the solution they need, fast, without even opening the front door.

Trustworthy Technicians

Our NATE-certified technicians arrive in marked vans and Haller uniforms so you’ll always recognize us.

Industry-Leading Equipment

From filters and purifiers to new HVAC systems, we have the equipment to make sure
the job gets done right.

Free Custom Quote

We can offer you a free quote along with a breakdown of what we can do to keep your building safe and healthy.

Safe and Reliable

We use shoe covers, drop cloths, and advanced safety protocol to keep you and your home safe. Plus, our expert techs are available 24/7 to answer your questions.

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