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  • Air Quality Equipment

    When it comes to air pollution we tend to link it with something outside, such as ozone, smog, or hazy in the air, especially during summer.  Through extensive testing and monitoring, the air inside homes, offices, and other facilities can be more polluted than outside air. Common pollutants inside include lead, cleaning chemical vapors, radon, tobacco smoke, mold, pet dander, formaldehyde, pesticides, radon and carbon monoxide.  Some pollutants unconsciously make it into our homes from us such as new furniture, your work, and fitness attire or from that fresh coat of paint on the walls. The elderly, children, and those with asthma tend to be especially sensitive to indoor pollutants.

    In the recent years, indoor pollution has become much more important due to the increased time we now spend inside.  Research indicates today most people spend over 80% of the life indoors. Most modern homes have been built airtight and sealed closed to prevent heating and cooling energy loss.  This has made it where most the irritants cannot escape except through minimal window and door drafts.  Some interesting facts to consider:

    • An average home will create over 40 pounds of dust every year.
    • One of the most common indoor allergens is dust mites. An ounce of dust = about 40,000 mites.  
    • One or more people who have allergies or asthma reside in 45% of the homes in the USA.  
    • 28 million Americans suffer from hay fever and allergies, with more than 15 million people estimated to have asthma.  Research has found out that 1 in every 13 children who go to school have asthma.
    • Heating and air conditioning system that don’t have efficient or effective air flow & filtration cause worse contamination by circulating the pollutant particulates instead of capturing them.

    Good news for home and business owners, we have solutions that will significantly increase your poor air quality.  If you are serious and ready to see how we can improve your air quality, contact us today to schedule an indoor air quality test and consultation.

  • Indoor Air Quality Solutions

    With Agers you can achieve a cleaner and healthier indoor air; we provide several solutions based on your current situation and efforts.  We offer sales, installation and service for the latest air filtration systems and more including:

    • UV Air Purifiers
    • Electronic Air Cleaners
    • Premium HVAC system filters
    • Carbon Monoxide Detectors
    • Humidifiers
    • Attic Fans

    Call us today on taking the next step in the right direction of quality indoor air and your family’s health.

  • Air Duct Cleaning & Duct Work

    Having clean HVAC ducts is the primary foundation for great indoor air quality.  Over the years, air ducts get contaminated not only from dust but with mold and bacteria.  Just changing your HVAC filter on a routine basis will not remove them.  Using our Rotobrush air duct cleaning machine, we are able to properly remove contaminants and improve your indoor air quality.  

    Clean air ducts are the foundation for good indoor air quality. Homeowners and business owners want to breathe clean indoor air for themselves, their guests, employees, and customers. Over several years, air ducts can also become contaminated with mold, fungi, and bacteria, as well as dust. Routine HVAC doesn’t remove them. Proper removal with equipment like Rotobrush’s air duct cleaning machines and systems is one way to improve indoor air quality.  Our air duct cleaning service is designed to give the duct system the best possible cleaning.  It works by inserting a rotating brush (over 450 rpm) into each duct.  As the brush spins, any debris stuck inside is loosened and sucked up with the high power vacuum.  Our system can be used in any type of duct work including flex duct.  Each residential cleaning usually will take up to 4 hours.  However, current containment levels, access to your ducts, will affect each situation.