Reed Service Company is proud to offer reliable air quality testing throughout Silsbee, TX, and the surrounding areas. If you’re concerned about the cleanliness of the air in your home, you’ll want a professional to help. They can run a test that will check the air for an array of contaminants. They’ll be able to explain their results and provide you with options for dealing with any indoor air quality issues that they discover. An expert can offer sound advice about the benefits and drawbacks of air filters, scrubbers, and purifiers. They can help you choose between getting a whole-house system or smaller units to place in different rooms in your home. You can rely on an expert to answer any of your questions.
Trusted Air Quality Testing
Indoor air contaminants can come from an array of sources. They can build up over time and circulate throughout your home. Air quality issues can be worse during times of the year when you can’t keep doors and windows open. Pets, cooking, and dirt from the outdoors are all significant sources of indoor air contaminants. An expert can explain various ways that you can reduce the number of contaminants that are released into your home.
Several different types of air pollution can be present in your home:
- Particulates suspended in the air
- Chemical vapors from cooking
- Molds and Carbon Monoxide
- Bacteria and viruses on surfaces
Poor indoor air quality can lead to sneezing, coughing, and other respiratory issues. In some situations, long-term exposure to indoor air pollution can lead to heart and lung disease.
Silsbee Indoor Air Quality Specialists
Regardless of the type of air quality issues you’re dealing with in your Silsbee home, the technicians from Reed Service Company can help. Our highly experienced heating and cooling team is kept current with the industry and is committed to exceeding the expectations of our customers. Our company is BBB accredited, and we’ve earned an A+ rating by performing consistently high-quality work. We’ve been serving area residents since 1974, and we want to create lasting and trusting relationships with people. Our team is fully licensed, bonded, and insured so that it’s safe to use us.
You can count on us to give every job our full attention from start to end. Our team members are ready to respond to all requests quickly. We offer flexible financing options on approved credit to make it easier to pay for a new air cleaning system. We strive to charge reasonable rates for our services so that they are of great value.
Find out more about ways to keep the air in your Silsbee home as clean as possible by calling Reed Service Company today.
Air cleaners and air purifiers work to reduce contamination found in your home’s indoor air. Bacteria, mold, allergens, viruses, fumes and smoke will no longer be a threat to you or your family. We install Carrier indoor air quality products, which boast their Charge Capture and Kill™ technology, leaving your home both cleaner and healthier.
Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers
Whether it’s too dry or the air is thick with moisture, there’s an indoor air quality product ready to make your home or business more comfortable to live and work in. Ensuring the right humidity works to keep your home healthy too, as too much humidity can encourage the growth of mold, fungus and other pests.
Stagnant air in your home can keep pollutants hanging around in the air. Ongoing exposure to dirty indoor air can lead to long-term consequences such as cancer and heart disease, as well as immediate effects such as difficulty breathing, headache and allergic reactions. These effects may be more pronounced in small children, the elderly and those with compromised respiratory systems. Ventilators are another option to ensure you and your family are protected from indoor air contamination. Keep it flowing with a ventilator from Reed Service Company!
Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms
When you’re heating your home with wood, gas, coal, propane, natural gas or oil, these fuels can release carbon monoxide if they’re not burned properly. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless and colorless gas that’s impossible to detect. Protect yourself from this lethal gas with a carbon monoxide alarm in your home.