Indoor Air Quality Services in Mountain Park, GA
Your Mountain Park indoor air quality needs are about so much more than simply temperature, and Dayco Systems understands this. Give us a call to learn about our extensive indoor air quality products and services to help you breathe easier and live healthier. We’ve served residents throughout Mountain Park and beyond since 2006.
Voted Best in Cobb County in 2019, 2020, and 2021, we provide free estimates on installation and a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all indoor air quality services in Mountain Park and beyond. Watch for our Angie’s List Award winning indoor air quality technicians traveling through your community today, while you enjoy your time out and about. We look forward to serving you!
Contact us today for your indoor air quality services in Mountain Park.
Air Filtration and Air Purifiers
Did you know your HVAC air filter does not protect or improve your indoor air quality? It certainly does not hurt your home’s indoor air quality. However, its primary purpose is to protect your HVAC systems themselves from dust, dirt, and other debris that can get inside and damage the components. For comprehensive indoor air quality in Mountain Park, you’ll want to look into whole-house air filtration and purification. Dayco Systems provides installation and services for all types of these systems, including UV air purifiers for harmful bacteria!
Air Duct Testing and Sealing
Ductwork breaches can account for up to 30% of your conditioned air being lost. It seeps out into unoccupied spaces like your attic or behind your drywall, and never actually reaches the rooms that the conditioned air is intended for. This means that you are paying to heat or cool your home, but a portion of your home isn’t receiving that air, so you’re paying more for less comfort. As a trusted Mountain Park air duct testing and sealing company, we’ll test your ducts and find out where your opportunities are. From there we can assess where professional duct sealing can help.
Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers
The ideal relative humidity level in any home is between 30%-50%. Anything outside of this range is too dry, or too humid, respectively. When the air is too dry, it can lead to cracked wood furnishings and floorboards, peeling wallpaper, and even lowered immunity among your family members. Too much moisture can lead to unhealthy mold and mildew growth, as well as warped furnishings, wallpaper, and paint. Mold and mildew contribute to symptoms for conditions like asthma and allergies, so it’s definitely something worth preventing! Contact us today to find out how you can do just that.