Indoor Air Quality
Heating and cooling play a critical role when it comes to creating a comfortable environment in your Georgia or South Carolina home. Right up there with them is your indoor air quality. If someone has trouble breathing in your home because of poor air quality, little else matters.
How do you improve your home’s air quality? Proper ventilation is important, but what happens when it gets too cold or hot outdoors to open windows?
At Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning, we offer practical solutions on how to get the most out of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment. To all of our customers in the Savannah, Hilton Head, and surrounding areas, we promise to do our best to ensure your comfort and well-being—especially when it involves the air you breathe.
Indoor Air Quality Systems
Many factors go into the type of indoor air quality system you choose for your home, which is why it makes the most sense to work with one of our knowledgeable professionals when you are ready to purchase one. We know the right questions to ask to ensure you purchase a product that matches your needs.
Our NATE (North American Technician Excellence) certified experts can adjust the amount of moisture in your home’s air to help alleviate allergy symptoms. We know which pieces of equipment are best suited for trapping dust and other pollutants inside your home. On those hot, muggy days, we can help zap the humidity out of your home.
Installing Indoor Air Quality Systems
You can trust our team at Old Coast to properly install your air quality system so that it delivers fresh air for many years. In some cases, this equipment needs to be integrated with your existing air ducts, or ductwork, which is why you want one of our licensed and insured professionals doing the work.
Some of the products we sell and install include:
- Air cleaner machines capable of removing up to 99.9 percent of the airborne particles in your home
- Whole-house air filtration systems that trap dust, pollen, bacteria, and other pollutants
- Whole-house humidifiers and dehumidifiers to properly adjust the amount of moisture in your home
- Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs) that exhaust the stale indoor air and bring in fresh, preconditioned air from the outdoors
Repairing Indoor Air Quality Systems
If there ever is a problem with your indoor air quality system, you can depend on our repair experts at Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning to quickly diagnose and address the issue. We respond immediately and do whatever it takes to get the job done right.
Nobody likes it when something breaks in their home, but you can trust Old Coast to provide you with a reliable repair quote to avoid any further surprises. We provide ongoing training to our team to stay up with the latest trends and technology in the HVAC industry. And we never recommend replacing a piece of equipment unless it is necessary or we can demonstrate it will save you money. We offer 24/7 emergency repair services for your convenience.
Maintaining Indoor Air Quality Systems
Preventative maintenance plays an important role in extending the service life of all your HVAC equipment. Well-maintained equipment operates more efficiently, which keeps you comfortable and lowers your energy bills.
Always remember to change air filters regularly and follow the manufacturer guidelines when it comes to inspections and tune-ups. Ask about our Ultimate Performance maintenance plans that are individually tailored to meet your household budget and lifestyle. We always want you to get the best value out of your indoor air quality system and other HVAC equipment.
Contact Your Indoor Air Quality Experts
Breathe easy and know you have a trusted partner in Old Coast Heating & Air Conditioning. We have the experience and expertise to significantly improve the indoor air quality of your Savannah, GA, Hilton Head, SC, and their surrounding areas home. Call 912-250-5771 or request service online today to learn about our air quality products and services.
“Aron went above and beyond what we expected. When I told him we need the dryer vent cleaned he got the tools and in addition to cleaning changed the angle of the exhaust outside. It was hitting the heat pump which had to cost us efficiency. Couldn’t be happier with the service.”
– William C. –
Thank you sir. We appreciate your business.