Indoor Air Quality in Harrisburg, PA

Air Quality Services in Harrisburg and Central Pennsylvania

When it comes to the health and safety of your family, indoor air quality plays a huge role. Most of the time, the air outside your home is cleaner than the air indoors! According to the EPA the air that you breathe indoors can be 5x worse than outdoor air.

Poor indoor air quality can cause eye, nose, and throat irritation. It can also be the cause of sinus problems, headaches, asthma, allergies, and even respiratory infections. Anyone who has experienced the amazing benefits of cleaner indoor air quality will tell you how grateful they are to have better indoor air.

Once you experience the difference for yourself, we guarantee you will love it! If you’re interested in making the life change to better indoor air, please contact us to discuss your options.

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Harmful Materials That Live Inside HVAC Systems

Air Quality Solutions

At Ready & Able, we want to help you improve the air quality in your home through cost-effective air installations into your existing HVAC systems. Our technicians will work to keep your family safe from potential threats that travel through ductwork from room to room. We offer Air Duct Cleaning services throughout York County, PA.

All of our indoor air quality solutions are designed to create a healthy environment for those in your residential space, promoting a comfortable lifestyle.

We proudly bring our customers innovative products from Ultravation® to dispose of airborne contaminants like mold spores, microorganisms and illnesses that live within an HVAC system. We’ll visit your property to walk you through available options that keep your indoor air quality safe for everyone stepping foot in the house.

Ready & Able will cater to your budget and expectations to find the right upgrades for your needs.

Here are some of the air quality solutions that we offer, to read more about one of these solutions simply click on the link:

How to Improve Air Quality in Your Home Using UV Technology

Ready & Able knows how challenging it can be to reduce the amount of airborne toxins in a home. However, we’ll give you the opportunity to enhance your residential HVAC setup with industry-leading products. Notice a significant difference in your home’s air quality year-round with a UV disinfection system.

Particles of pollen, dander, dust and more can easily clog filters in an HVAC system, creating a place where microorganisms will survive. Our UV disinfection installations work to reduce strain on household coils, drain pans and components by attacking mold and other pathogens before they have a chance to multiply.

We’ll take the time to direct you to a compatible UV installation for your existing setup, providing energy efficiency and a cool air source you can trust.

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How Do UV Disinfection Systems Work?

UV disinfection systems cast beams of ultraviolet light to moist areas across HVAC setups. Technicians at Ready & Able place these bulbs near air intakes, evaporators and filters to prevent the growth of harmful bacteria, as UV lights are strong enough to strip away cell tissues and DNA.

A traditional air filter is unable to catch all microscopic pollutants, but a UV disinfection addition prohibits the colonization of mold, mildew and more.

HVAC systems create a constant flow of air. When parts sitting close to evaporator coils drip with condensation, a UV light can stop microbes from passing through the system.

Benefits of UV Light Home Air Quality Solutions

UV disinfection systems boost filter performance and will be there for you 24/7. Technicians at Ready & Able are able to complete installations quickly for your satisfaction, and little maintenance will be required on your part once these projects are complete.

We encourage our customers to have our professionals return throughout the year to assess UV strength and determine when a replacement bulb is necessary.

UV lights for HVAC systems can help to improve air quality in any home, but customers also benefit from fewer odors. With the presence of mold out of the question, ducts can distribute a clean source of air free from musty smells that cause headaches and nausea in extreme cases.

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What’s the Difference Between an Air Sanitizer and Purifier?

Air sanitizers like UV disinfection systems and air purifiers have similarities and differences. First, an air purifier manually removes particulate matter via filtration, such as with a HEPA filter. Conversely, an air sanitizer uses UV light to neutralize harmful chemicals and destroy pathogens in the air.

Both are methods for reducing indoor air pollution and improving air quality. 

Training and Certifications for Ready & Able

At Ready & Able, we want you to trust us to provide high-quality home air solutions. To ensure that we can improve your indoor air quality and provide you with a safe and healthy home, our team maintains valuable industry certifications. These include:

  • Airflow: We are National Comfort Institute (NCI)-trained on establishing proper airflow throughout a home, meaning we can perform airflow testing.
  • Carbon monoxide (CO): Our team is also carbon monoxide trained and certified. Our technicians know how to test for carbon monoxide in your fuel-burning appliances and find the cause of CO in your home. These team members must pass NCI training and a written exam to receive this certification.

Our CO analysts can check for low and high levels of carbon monoxide. We can also install professional-grade detectors that help you detect low CO levels that are still hazardous to your health. Our goal is to help you feel secure and safe from CO in your home.

Contact Ready & Able for Indoor Air Quality Solutions

Ready & Able is your go-to source for home air quality upgrades and services in Harrisburg, Mechanicsburg, and surrounding locations. We’ll utilize state-of-the-art tools and technology to put you back in control of your residential or commercial space.

To speak with an expert about indoor air quality solutions, please contact us online or give us a call at (717) 978-9879.

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