Indoor Air Quality Testing | AA Temperature Services

Common symptoms that you may suffer from due to poor air quality could be headaches, exhaustion, nasal congestion, and sneezing. Mold growth, odors, and large amounts of dust build-up are signs that your indoor air quality may be contaminated.

Installing an iWave purification system and/or a HVAC UV light into your HVAC system can help control the air quality in your home, but… how can you figure out what is affecting your indoor air quality? Fortunately, AA Temperature Services can help!

How To Test Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality Test Results | AA Temperature Services HVAC in Southwest FloridaAre you worried about the air quality in your home? Schedule an appointment with one of our EPA certified HVAC technicians to come and perform a professional indoor air quality test in your home today! The test is simple and only takes a few minutes. The test is also affordable, and gives you a list of what is affecting your indoor air quality which our technicians can go over with you and offer the best solutions to improve the air in your home and comfort. The device can detect:

  •         Temperature
  •         Barometric Pressure
  •         Particulates
  •         Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
  •         Carbon Dioxide
  •         Relative Humidity

Discussing The Results Of Your Indoor Air Quality Test

That data will be collected into a report that will be emailed to you. The technician performing your test can pull up the results on their tablet or smartphone, which will also provide some suggestions to improve your indoor air quality. In addition, our technician can also take your home’s and family’s needs into account when determining the best solution.

For example, our technicians and staff highly recommend the iWave-R for whole home air purification. This system can be installed in virtually any existing in-duct HVAC system. The iWave-R has been proven effective at reducing airborne viruses, germs, and pathogens as well as helping to reduce particulates, odors, VOCs, and allergens in your home. However, depending on your budget and needs, a UV light may be the solution you’re looking for. UV lights, while not effective at decreasing particulates, they do help to prevent mold growth in your system as well as help reduce viruses and germs on the AC coil.

Let’s Schedule Your Indoor Air Quality Test

Give our knowledgeable  staff a call at 941-766-0975 or contact us online to schedule your appointment. Our friendly technicians can run an air quality test and go over the results. We can also offer different options we offer to improve the level of comfort in your home. Remember that we do offer HVAC financing — so you can improve your indoor air quality today and find a payment plan that works for you!