When it comes to your indoor air quality, it’s not unusual for uninvited guests to show up at your home along with invited guests. For example, you’re eager to welcome wafts of fresh air into your indoor space, but heat and humidity are trying to sneak in along with it.
It’s sort of like this: Every year, you host a large private party at your home on the Fourth of July. You provide a sumptuous spread and a comfortable, inviting space for your guests to mingle and enjoy plenty of fun, outdoor activities. The highlight of the event is a spectacular fireworks display that lights up the night sky.
You want to make sure that everything goes smoothly and that everyone stays safe. But the event has become the talk of the town. And there’s talk this year that some uninvited guests plan to show up and cause a ruckus. So, you’ve hired an off-duty police officer to stand guard at the front door, welcoming invited guests on to your property and shooing away uninvited guests.
We’ll Weed Out the Troublemakers
When the unwelcome intruders are in your home’s airflow, the team at Texas Air Authorities has the answer and will attack this problem with guns blazing. We have an arsenal packed with firepower to solve the case. For many homeowners, the ideal weapon is an air ventilation system. These systems will escort the fresh air into your home while ushering out the heat and humidity.
Here’s how it works: In warmer climates like we have in Texas, an energy-recovery ventilator is a smart choice. This system draws the fresh air into your home while, at the same time, redirecting the moisture and heat back outside through the outgoing airstream. This process allows your home to fill up with a fresh dose of cool, comfortable air without those unwanted guests. Plus, it’s easy on your energy bill because less time is spent cooling down your indoor air and controlling the humidity.
You should consider an ERV if:
- Your home is sealed up like a drum and the air feels stuffy and stale.
- Your home has an attached garage that spews gas fumes and other pollutants into your living space.
- Your home contains spray-foam insulation that restricts the air from being recirculated.
At Texas Air Authorities, we understand the need to separate the invited guests from the uninvited guests when it comes to your indoor air quality. We’ll use our training, experience and air-quality smarts to size up the situation and recommend the air ventilation system that will handle your needs efficiently, effectively and affordably.
Indoor Air Quality Services in Arlington, TX, and Beyond
When it comes to your indoor air quality, Texas Air Authorities is the investigator you should trust to handle your case. Our team has the training, experience and expertise required to resolve all of your indoor air quality needs, including air purification, humidifiers & dehumidifiers, air filtration, zone controls, commercial IAQ and more. Simply fill out our online form or call us at 817-402-3576.