Indoor Air Quality in Sarasota

Helping Manatee County Breathe Easy for 25+ Years

If you live in Sarasota or Manatee County, Airrific Air Conditioning and Heating can help you with your indoor air quality problems. We have Sarasota HVAC technicians who are factory-trained, EPA-certified, and ready to meet your heating, ventilation, and cooling needs.

We can provide you friendly, professional advice and a level of service that will exceed your expectations. We'll start by performing a free, detailed indoor air quality assessment, including a video inspection of your ductwork and vents. This helps discover more about the pollutants that already exist in the air within your home or other property. Once the assessment is complete, we'll take the time to review the best possible solutions for your specific situation, answer your questions, and help you decide what you want our expert technicians to do to improve your indoor air quality in your home.

Indoor Air Quality Is Nothing to Sneeze At!

Indoor air quality refers to the cleanliness of the air you breathe in your home each day. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, your indoor air quality is generally 2 to 5 times more heavily polluted than the air outdoors. In some cases, it can even be as high as 100 times more polluted. Indoor air pollution is categorized by the Center of Disease Control into three dangerous levels: gasses, germs, and particles. Each of these can contain mold, bacteria, gasses, pollen, and dust that can have an adverse effect on your health.

Statistics show that the average person inhales two teaspoons of dirt, mites, dust, pollen, viruses, mold, pet dander, bacteria, and carpet fibers each day? Breathing this into your lungs, which then passes into your blood stream, can cause severe health issues such as allergies and asthma. In fact, the EPA lists indoor air quality as one of the top 5 risks to public health in the United States. So, keeping your indoor air clean is very important.

Find out how our Sarasota heating and air conditioning technicians can help improve your home's air quality by calling us at (941) 677-5957 or by requesting a free estimate online today.