Indoor Air Quality & Duct Cleaning Services
With indoor air quality, there’s more than meets the eye. Baker pros know how to troubleshoot, test and treat it so you can breathe better.
A healthy home starts with healthy air
You’ve heard the dirty rumor that indoor air quality can be up to five times worse than outdoor air. Yikes! We’re not here to gossip, but we can confirm it’s true and offer some ways to improve your home’s air.
What is good indoor air quality?
In short, the EPA measures air quality in three main parts:
1. Control of airborne pollutants
These are carbon dioxide, smoke, dust, and gases from household cleaners, air fresheners, pesticides and more. Biological contaminants like mold, bacteria and pollen are included too. Even your furry little friend’s pet dander makes the list!
2. Introduction and distribution of adequate outdoor air
This means you have enough fresh outside air mixing with your indoor air, and enough indoor air moving outside. HVAC systems and natural ventilation make this happen.
3. Maintenance of acceptable temperature and relative humidity
Not just relative to comfort, these two elements affect air quality too. When they get too high, it’s becomes much easier for mold to grow and for chemicals or gases to release at a faster rate.
Why does indoor air quality matter?
You spend a lot of time in your home. That means you breathe plenty of the air your home is circulating, and it may affect your health for better or worse.
Symptoms like allergies, headaches, and asthma triggers are noticeable. But the EPA reports some health effects, like respiratory diseases or cancer, may not show until you’ve suffered years of exposure. Air quality is so important the government sets standards and regulations that public places must follow. Your home air is just as important!
Do you live in a modern home? Chances are it was designed to conserve energy by sealing in air and reducing leaks. Unfortunately, this often comes are the expense of ventilation, which is vital for letting contaminants circulate outside of your home.
How can you improve indoor air quality?
An indoor air quality monitor can be helpful, but only in detecting issues. It won’t give you the expert advice you need to improve your air. That’s why we recommend having your air quality tested and treated by professionals.
Our experts have the right tools and knowledge to measure, report and provide solutions.
1. Air Quality Test
Using AirAdvice™ technology, we can test and report levels of particles, chemicals, carbon dioxide, temperature and relative humidity in your home. All in just 30 minutes!
We won’t just leave you with a report, though. Our technicians will analyze your results, show you what we find, and offer real solutions to improve your air.
3. Clear the Air
You may need a good cleaning, or you may need to update your equipment.
Here are some solutions our technicians could recommend:
Air Duct Cleaning
We come equipped with the Rotobrush aiR+®, designed to handle the toughest dust and debris in any duct system. Learn more about air duct cleaning here.
Air Cleaners, Purifiers, and Filters
Our technicians are knowledgeable about important considerations like ozone generation, which solutions are best for the type of contaminants you need to control, and MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) ratings. Leave your indoor air problems to us and we’ll show you how clean air supports a better life.
Air Cleaners, Purifiers, and Filters
The Air Scrubber by Aerus
ActivePure®, a NASA certified space technology fight off dust, germs, odors, pet dander, viruses and more.
The Dynamic® Air Electronic Air Cleaner
A high-efficiency whole-house cleaner that uses electronic polarized-media technology to provide maximum ozone-free air cleaning.
Upgrading the filter in your HVAC system may be just what you need to protect your family from dust and allergy triggers.