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Indoor Air Quality Services in Chicago, IL

When you are out enjoying the spring and summer days, you likely look forward to entering your home to cool down and get comfortable once the activities at hand are over with. What you may fail to realize, though, is that comfortable temperatures are really only one part of the total comfort equation. If the quality of the air throughout your home is subpar, there is just no way in which you can hope to live in the level of comfort that you demand and deserve. That is where our indoor air quality specialists enter the picture.

There are a number of different situations that may result in reduced indoor air quality in one’s home. In order to overcome any such problems, you are going to have to use the appropriate indoor air quality systems for your needs. We’ll make sure that this is the case. When it comes to the resolution of issues with your indoor air quality in Chicago, IL, Eck Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. is the company that you want in your corner.

Get to Know Your Air Quality Systems

If you are hoping to find a simple quick fix to boosting the indoor air quality throughout your living space, you may be in for a bit of a disappointment. You see, subpar indoor air quality is most often the result of a few different problems that converge and drag down the quality of the air. Because of this reality, you may actually need a few different air quality systems in Chicago, IL in order to raise the quality of the air filling your home. The key is to use the right systems for the particular issues at hand.

If your home is sealed up too tightly for natural ventilation to occur, for instance, the use of an ERV or HRV may be necessary. You may still want to use a basic air filtration system, or an air purifier, to further boost air quality, though. We can even clean your air ducts out for you, if pollutant buildup is causing trouble.

Air Quality Systems Must Be Professionally Installed

While you can certainly go about replacing the air filter in your HVAC system, the installation and/or replacement of any designated air quality systems in Chicago, IL must be completed by trained professionals only. There are a few reasons for this. First of all, you risk damaging your existing HVAC system if you try to access its ductwork or other compartments on your own. You may also damage your indoor air quality equipment in the process, or void manufacturers’ warranties.

Even if you do manage to get a system in place properly, which is unlikely, you may not have the right piece of equipment to begin with. If your air filters, for instance, are of too high an efficiency, you can put a lot of strain on your system, and you risk doing more harm than good. Leave your indoor air quality system installation and replacement services to the pros on our staff.

Let Us Repair and Maintain Your Air Quality Equipment

If you have mechanical indoor air quality systems installed in your home, such as an energy or heat recovery ventilator, humidifier, or electronic air purifier, then you are going to require routine maintenance services in order to keep those systems functioning as effectively and reliably as possible. You may still run into the occasional operational problem with any such equipment, though. No mechanical system is perfect, even when expertly maintained and tuned up by a qualified professional. If your indoor air quality seems to be slipping once more, let a member of our staff know so that we can evaluate the situation and make any necessary repairs.

At Eck Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc., we provide the following services:

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