Improve Your Indoor Air Quality With Services From 1 Stop Heating & Cooling

It seems like nowadays we’re spending lots of time indoors, especially with so many work-from-home jobs now available in the market. Because of this, good indoor air quality is more important than ever.

Now, sure, there are things you can do on your own to improve air quality in your home or business. Changing your air filters every 1 – 3 months is a must, as is reducing humidity levels as much as you can. And sweeping, vacuuming, and dusting regularly doesn’t hurt, either.

That said, sometimes these actions aren’t enough, and some help from your HVAC system is needed – that’s where we come in. If you live in Armstrong County, call today to ask what we can do to keep your air cleaner, fresher, and safer.

What Causes Poor Air Quality?

Some of the most common sources of poor indoor air quality include:

  • excess pet hair and dander
  • clogged air filters
  • lots of household traffic
  • unnatural home cleaning products
  • excess dust and dirt
  • cigarette smoke
  • mold and mildew in the home
  • dirty air ducts or returns
  • no air filtration systems
  • poor home ventilation
  • presence of outdoor air pollutants
  • lack of professional HVAC maintenance

The best thing you can do is evaluate which of these common problems is most likely triggering problems in your home, then do what you can to address them. If your filters haven’t been changed, swap them out. If high humidity is triggering mold growth, invest in a dehumidifier. If you need air filtration systems, book a consultation with an HVAC expert. And so on…

Need some assistance or guidance? We’re confident we can provide the solutions you need to breathe easier and gain some peace of mind. Reach out today.

Does Indoor Air Quality Affect My Health?

Absolutely. Poor air quality inside your home or business can trigger new illnesses, make pre-existing symptoms worse, and it can even affect sleep cycles and mental health.

Poor air quality has been known to cause headaches, colds, throat/nose irritation, dizziness, and more. And if you already have asthma, allergies, or other respiratory struggles, you can expect them to worsen. In addition, poor indoor air quality has been linked to mold growth in indoor spaces, which is also known to cause illness.

All of these ailments can trigger poor sleep patterns, and when you combine illness with lack of sleep, you’ll notice lower productivity levels and a bigger strain on your overall mental health.

Fortunately, this unwelcome chain of events can be avoided – by investing in indoor air quality services with us from the get-go.

Ask About What We Offer Today

We’d be happy to set you up with air purification systems, humidity controls, quality air filter options, and more. Call today to see which options would be best for your household – we’d be happy to work with your unique needs and budget.

Reach out now or book online today.


Ask our HVAC services pros to take a look at your cooling system before the weather starts to get warm…that way you’ll be ready for it!