Helping Weber County & Davis County Families Breathe Easier
Do you know how clean the air in your home is? Your home should be a haven, but if you are like most Americans, a number of indoor air quality problems are probably lurking in your home. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has found that most homes have indoor air pollutant levels that are two to five times greater than the outdoors, and indoor air quality is listed as one of the top five environmental risks to public health.
If you are unsure about the quality of your indoor air, or if you know you have a problem, Mountain Air Conditioning & Heating is here to help. We have a number of indoor air quality services that can help keep your home safe, so your family can breathe free.
Call (801) 416-2215 or contact us online to speak with our experts and learn more about our air quality services.
Indoor Air Quality Testing in Ogden
Before we can go to work to clean your home’s indoor air, we need to know what problems you have. Are you dealing with mold and mildew, or are dust and dust mites your main problems? Most indoor air quality service appointments start with air quality testing.
If you are unsure about your home’s air or want to know the specific problems you have, contact Mountain Air to have your indoor air quality tested.
Improve Filtration to Improve Indoor Air Quality
One of the first steps in improving indoor air quality is improving filtration. Your HVAC system has an air filter that traps debris and allergens. By upgrading to an air filter with a high MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) rating, you can equip your HVAC system to trap more of the air pollutants in your home. However, you need to choose a filter that is compatible with your system, because a filter that is too efficient could actually damage your HVAC system. Mountain Air will help you find the filter that gives you the ideal amount of efficiency.
Call us today at (801) 416-2215 to discuss the right air filter for your home.
Protect Your Family from Deadly Carbon Monoxide
Carbon monoxide is an odorless, invisible gas that can be fatal if you inhale it. Unfortunately, if your home is filling with carbon monoxide, you may have no warning. That’s why we recommend the use of carbon monoxide detectors. Talk to our team about which detector would be best for your home.
Are you prepared for a carbon monoxide problem? Talk to Mountain Air Conditioning & Heating to learn what you need to do.
Improve Indoor Air Quality with Humidifiers & Air Cleaners
Finally, Mountain Air can help you install humidifiers and air cleaners to further improve your indoor air quality. Keep humidity levels at the ideal percentage to reduce dust and respiratory discomfort no matter what the current weather forecast entails. Additionally, installing a whole-house air cleaner can help further remove air pollutants so you can be sure the air you’re breathing is clean.
Call (801) 416-2215 today to learn how we can help improve the quality of your indoor air and the overall comfort of your home!
Get Comprehensive Indoor Air Quality Help in the Ogden, Utah Area
Being a family-owned company is something we cherish. It puts us on the same level as you, our clients, and gives us first-hand knowledge of your air quality problems. As a family, our technicians, salesmen, and managers have been in your shoes before. We know the importance of providing great customer service, same-day service, and quick turnaround times as well as having knowledgeable, friendly technicians. If you want your indoor air quality to be the best it can be, you need to talk to an experienced HVAC team.
Contact Mountain Air Conditioning & Heating today online or at (801) 416-2215 to discuss your indoor air quality needs.
Our Service Area
We serve customers in Weber, Davis, Morgan, and Box Elder counties. Whether you’re in Odgen, Layton, Liberty, or somewhere in between, we’re here to serve you! Zip codes we regularly visit include 84403, 84405, 84067, 84025, 84037, 84015, and 84075.