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Indoor Air Quality Systems Reduce Dust, Allergens and Bacteria

Indoor air quality systems play an important role in maintaining a healthy and comfortable environment both at home and in the office. According to the EPA, polluted indoor air is one of the top 5 environmental risks to public health because many people spend almost 90% of their time inside.

There are many sources of indoor pollution such as allergens, mold, pests, gases like carbon monoxide, etc. These are specially harmful to children, the elderly, and individuals with health issues. Your indoor air quality system or HVAC should (Heating, Ventilation and Air conditioning) control temperatures and pollutants, minimizing your risks.

What do indoor air quality systems do?

  • Maintain equitable temperatures improving comfort levels and your energy savings
  • Control humidity/moisture levels reducing the risk of mold
  • Bring fresh air into your home/office and get rid of stale air
  • Filter out dust, pollen, pet dander and other contaminants

A malfunctioning, low capacity or out-dated HVAC system is unable to keep up with demands and consumes more energy than necessary. Today’s advanced hybrid and geothermal heating and cooling systems deliver superior indoor air quality and energy savings. You can also install additional air filters, ventilators and humidifiers/dehumidifiers to improve the quality of indoor air.

Ask your HVAC contractor about the latest indoor air quality systems for your residence or business establishment.

Indoor Air Quality Systems from a reliable HVAC Contractor

Choosing the right indoor air quality system for your home or business is crucial to its performance. There is no point investing in the latest system if it doesn’t fit your needs.

Olson Heating, Cooling and Appliance is a leading South-Central Wisconsin heating and ventilating contractor as well as an indoor air quality improvement expert. Residential and commercial customers from Madison, Mount Horeb, Barneveld, Verona, Fitchburg, Middleton, Sun Prairie, DeForest, Monona and other surrounding Wisconsin communities rely on our experience and advanced equipment to maintain a healthy indoor environment while reducing energy costs.

Frequent trips to the doctor for family members or a high rate of employee absenteeism on account of illnesses could be a sign of poor indoor air quality. Sore eyes, burning in the nose and throat, allergy and asthma flare ups, headaches and fatigue are often signs of indoor pollution.

We have a proven 3-step process

  • Identify the cause of pollution
  • Improve ventilation
  • Improve filtration

An Olson technician will place an AirAdvice IAQ monitor in your home or office for a minimum of 3 days to determine if you have a problem. A report of the readings will identify pollution levels and offer appropriate solutions. This service is free of cost.

Should you need to replace your current equipment we offer indoor air quality systems from  Carrier and York and RGF Air Purification that are high on performance as well as savings. We’ll make sure that your HVAC equipment matches your requirements and is properly calibrated to deliver optimal performance. You can also sign up for our biannual Maintenance Service Plan to keep your system functioning in top gear.

Our NATE certification and high BBB rating guarantees quality work and service. Plus we can help with the 30% tax credit on geothermal heating and cooling systems or any other tax incentives on new furnaces, central air conditioners and heat pumps.

Contact us at 608-437-3666 or fill out our online request for an indoor air quality test or a no-cost, no-obligation appointment to discuss the latest indoor air quality systems.

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