Indoor Air Quality Solutions in Raleigh, NC
Do you know what you’re breathing at home? Does your home suffer from excessive or inadequate humidity? Contaminants and the side effects of mismanaged humidity can severely affect your comfort, energy efficiency, and even your health, with most homes hosting substantially worse pollution than the air outside. Fortunately, with indoor air quality management solutions from Blanton’s Air on your side, you don’t have to face the consequences of bad air.
Interested in having your indoor air quality assessed near Fayetteville or the Triangle? Call Blanton’s Fayetteville office at (910) 822-2866 or our Raleigh-Durham office at (919) 298-2105, or contact us online for more information!
The first step in addressing your indoor air quality needs is addressing the source of the problem. Sometimes, controlling the source, whether excess dust in your air ducts or mold somewhere in your home, is all you need to address the issue. Our team will help you do just that.
Proper ventilation is instrumental in protecting the quality of your home’s air. While opening a window is one way to ventilate your Raleigh or Fayetteville home, you can do more. We have various ventilation solutions designed for homeowners to help them improve their indoor air quality.
Your average home hosts countless contaminants, from mundane dust and pet dander to more exotic contaminants like pest residue, pollen, etc. Air filtration works to remove the larger particular pollutants from your home, either through high-quality HVAC filters with finer weaves than their lower-end companions or a separate addition to your system.
You’ll enjoy cleaner air, less dust to clean up, and less wear and tear on electronics and mechanical devices susceptible to dust buildup.
Filtration and air cleaning are the final steps in getting your Fayetteville or Raleigh home’s indoor air under control. Let a Blanton’s service professional help you choose the right air purification solution to address your Fayetteville or Raleigh home’s indoor air quality needs.
Contact the Blanton’s team online today to schedule indoor air quality services in the Fayetteville or Triangle, NC, area.
Your home’s humidity should, for health, comfort, and energy efficiency, stay between 30% and 50%, depending on the time of year, personal preference, etc. Excessively dry air due to the intense use of a furnace and dry winter air can lead to lung problems, dry eyes, headaches, and more. In contrast, excessively humid air can be difficult to heat or cool, unpleasant, and contribute to mold, mildew growth, and associated health problems.
At Blanton’s, we can help you keep comfortable using humidifiers and dehumidifiers tailored to your needs. You’ll be shocked at the difference in comfort!
Why Choose Blanton’s?
When you’re ready to breathe freely at home, leave it to the team at Blanton’s to determine your needs and implement satisfying solutions. We’re dedicated to always doing the right thing, which is why we’ll help you find the upgrades you need to be comfortable instead of pushing whatever makes us the most money. You’ll enjoy outstanding quality, a superior customer experience, and long-lasting satisfaction with the products we install when you choose Blanton’s Air.
To schedule indoor air quality services for a home in Fayetteville or the Triangle, reach out to us online or call Blanton’s Air at (910) 822-2866 or (919) 298-2105 today.
Indoor Air Quality FAQs
What indoor air quality products help most with allergies?
To address allergies, start with high-efficiency filtration to remove allergens from the air. Then use an air cleaner or air purifier to address those allergens that make it through the filter. As part of your air cleaning protocol, UV lamps can help eliminate pollen and mold, which can cause allergies to worsen.
What are the most common indoor air problems?
Airborne hazards like mold, radon, carbon monoxide, lead, pollen, dander, and dust pollute indoor air quality. The best way to find your home’s needs is to identify problems through indoor air quality testing* and treat them accordingly.
Do houseplants help with indoor air quality?
As long as you’re not allergic to the plants you bring inside your home, they can be a helpful addition to your indoor air quality treatment protocol. English Ivy and Spider Plants help absorb toxins from the air and moderate humidity levels, and both help improve indoor air quality.
Does ventilation help protect against COVID-19?
Proper ventilation helps protect indoor air quality, but it’s not enough protection against COVID-19. You will also want to address the virus by investing in an air-cleaning system. However, fresh air is an excellent first step.
*Blanton’s does not currently offer indoor air quality testing services.*