When dust, mold spores, pollen and other allergens enter your home, they have virtually nowhere to go. Your air vents will grab some of the debris out of the air, but it can’t catch everything. Many of the contaminants that pollute your indoor air will collect in your air ducts and will just continuously circulate through the vents. Without a proper air duct cleaning, you and your family could constantly be exposed to poor indoor air quality.
Of course, you don’t have to live with poor indoor air quality – South Texas Ventilation has the means to instantly improve your air quality with UV light and antimicrobial duct treatments. Once we have thoroughly cleaned your ducts, we’ll install Enviromax Air Filters to further cleanse your indoor air. If the thought of clean indoor air makes you breathe a little easier, call South Texas Ventilation today.
Installing a UV light in your HVAC system will remove mold, mildew, and fungi, that passes through your HVAC system as well as neutralizes bacteria and viruses through the ultraviolet light, just like a hospital. The UV Light ensures your families health and safety by purifying the air you breathe, which can help anyone with allergies, asthma, or any other breathing problems. If you have questions about adding a UV Light to your home call one of our experts today!
Adding blown in insulation to your attic is the simplest way to get the biggest savings on your electric bill. Over time attic insulation can settle and lose its R-Value. This can dramatically effect your AC/Heating systems ability to keep your home at a comfortable temperature without having your electric bill go through the roof. Adding insulation to your attic will help your system work less and still be able to keep your home comfortable, keeping you electric bills low, and increasing the life of your system. If you have any questions about adding blown in insulation to your home, call one of our experts today!
Sanitizing your duct work kills mold and mildew on contact that can grow in your duct work over time. One treatment can also help prevent mold and mildew from growing for up to one year, while deodorizing your duct work as well. If you have questions about sanitizing the duct work of your home, call one of our experts today!