Indoor Air Quality
INDOOR AIR QUALTIY IN THE RALEIGH, DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL AREAS
Breathe Easy In Your Home

The Environmental Protection Agency lists poor indoor air quality as the fourth largest environmental threat to our country. Poor indoor air quality can cause dry eyes, nasal congestion, headaches, fatigue, and contribute to infections, asthma, and lung cancer.  Common indoor air pollutants include radon, molds, pet dander, pollen, lead dust, and asbestos and are all threats to a person’s health. Aside from health concerns, poor indoor air quality can also result in structural rot in the walls, window condensation, peeling paint, back-drafting appliances, damp floors, musty odors and mold growth.

According to the American Lung Association, controlling the source of pollutants and appropriate ventilation can help indoor air quality. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help make your home air safer for you and your family.

Call to schedule a free consultation with one of our trained technicians to diagnose your home’s unique indoor air quality issue.

 

Cleaning Your Ducts
Breathe Cleaner Air & Save Money

Dirty ducts are nothing to sneeze at in your Raleigh, Durham home. Not only can clogged ducts compromise your home’s air quality, but they can also result in high utility costs. Learn how cleaning your home’s ducts can help you save money by improving indoor air quality and increasing your HVAC system’s efficiency.

Improve Indoor Air Quality

Even if you’re diligent about replacing your home’s air filter every one to three months, and you keep common pollutants outside where they belong, your home can still develop poor indoor air quality. Ducts often develop cracks and leaks over time, inviting dust, dirt, and other allergens into the system.

Instead of spending big on an air purifier or another whole-home HVAC part, head off the problem and have your home’s ducts cleaned. One of our knowledgeable HVAC technicians can also help you correct any large leaks or holes in the ductwork.

Increase HVAC System Efficiency

Whether your home’s ducts accumulate so much dirt and debris that they become clogged or they cause your HVAC system to continually recirculate contaminated air, dirty ducts can lower your HVAC system’s efficiency.

Professional duct cleaning can help your home’s HVAC system run at optimal performance and peak efficiency again. Since efficient systems use less energy than overworked HVAC systems, you’ll notice the savings with lower utility bills.

Extend HVAC System Lifespan

Most HVAC components last for several years. Neither your air conditioner nor your heat pump will last as long as it’s designed to if the units must constantly work around dirty ducts. When you have your ducts cleaned when necessary and schedule preventive maintenance twice a year, you’ll save on expensive repairs and spare yourself the cost of an early HVAC system replacement.

Call one of our indoor air quality professionals at 6 & Fix Heating & Cooling to talk about duct cleaning today.

 

Don't Forget Your Dryer Vents

Contrary to popular belief, the lint trap in your dryer does not capture all the lint produced when drying your clothes. When your dryer vent is clogged, it can cost you a lot of money by using more energy than necessary.

A clogged dryer vent can do more than just ruin the efficiency of your dyer though. It can also put your home in danger. Did you know that clogged dryer vent lines are the second leading cause of fires in the home?

Not only can having your dryer exhaust vent cleaned on a regular basis reduce the risk of fire, it will also reduce utility bills and drying times. Call one of our indoor air quality professionals at 6 & Fix Heating & Cooling to talk about dryer vent cleaning today.