Two major threats to your home’s air quality are:
Most home air conditioner systems are running at 57% capacity.
It’s very common for a family to replace their air conditioning system with a brand new model and still only get 57% capacity out of it.
That’s because many HVAC contractors don’t test your home for proper air flow or efficiency when they install a new system.
Spray foam may insulate your home, but it doesn’t let it breathe.
The air in your home has to be replaced with outdoor air regularly to keep the air you breathe fresh and healthy.
Most homes should circulate the air completely within about 90 minutes. But homes insulated with spray foam take between 5 and 10 hours to be fully replaced with outdoor air.
This doesn’t just make your home uncomfortable. It makes it unsafe.
We know that keeping your family safe and healthy is your number one concern. That’s why we’ve made it our top concern, too.
At RES Air Conditioning, we have the tools to collect the best data about the air inside your home. We can perform an Indoor Air Quality Test, which analyzes the air inside your home.
The test requires one of our service technicians to gather the data. If we identify that your air is sub-standard, we will work to discover the source of the problem and provide you with real solutions to increase your home’s airflow and your system’s efficiency.
If you’d like to learn more about our indoor air quality test, give us a call: (903) 657-5349
Call on the air quality experts at RES Air Conditioning to run a full diagnostic test on your home’s indoor air quality. We’ll check the ventilation and filtration systems to make sure they are keeping you safe the way they should.
We’ll also measure the concentration of harmful chemicals and particles inside your house, which include:
Sometimes the source of poor air quality can be as simple as having spray foam insulation without proper air flow. Whatever the underlying cause, the experts at RES Air Conditioning are equipped to handle it.
We’ll identify the source of the problem using actual measurements, not guesswork. By the time we finish, your home will be safer, more comfortable, and more affordable in the months to come.
Don’t take any chances with your indoor air quality. Protect your health, your comfort level, and your wallet by scheduling a home air quality test today.