Are you in an indoor environment that is good for your health? Priority One Heating & Air Conditioning can make sure that you, your family or employees are not being affected by harmful gases, such as carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds, mold, bacteria and radon. Poor indoor air quality, caused by masses and energy stressors induce adverse health problems for all occupants. Obtaining optimal indoor air quality through proper filtration, source control and ventilation can help improve the quality of air in most homes and buildings.

What is Indoor Air Quality?

Dust dancing all around you? Is the sight of mold making you green? Whatever problem you’re having with your home’s air, you’ll find the perfect air cleaning solution at Priority One Heating & Air Conditioning. That’s because we offer a selection of indoor air quality products no one else can match—including air purification systems, UV Lights, humidity-control systems, ventilation systems, and complete duct cleaning options.

  • indoor-air-qualityFact 1:

    9 out of 10 heating system failures are caused by dirt and dust buildup

  • Fact 2:

    50% of illness are either caused or aggravated by polluted indoor air

  • Fact 3:

    1 out of 6 people who suffer from allergies do so of the direct relationship to the fungi and bacteria in air duct systems.

  • Fact 4:

    There are approximately 30,000 particles of dust in the air of the average home per one cubic foot. This is equivalent to 40lbs. of dust per year.

  • Fact 5:

    The air quality in most homes is 7 times more polluted than the air outside.

  • Fact 6:

    Americans spend up 90% of their life indoors.

  • Fact 7:

    A build up of .042 inches of dirt on a heating or air conditioning coil can result in a 21% decrease in efficiency.

  • Fact 8:

    Children are the most likely to be affected by polluted indoor air as they breathe faster, inhale more air per unit of body weight and are closer to the ground where concentrations are highest.

  • Fact 9:

    The Allergy Information Association recommends cleaning heating and cooling systems as an effective way to eliminate dust from homes for allergy sufferers.

  • Fact 10:

    The LUNG ASSOCIATION recommends cleaning air conditioners, air ducts, and heat exchangers regularly.