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Indoor Air Quality Issues in Florida

Posted on: June 11, 2017

There’s plenty to love about being a Florida resident. We get (mostly) awesome weather all year long! But while basking in the sun and being a major center of commercial success has its perks, it can add a bit of trouble in our homes, too. Pollen counts are absolutely nuts around here, and we’re no strangers to smoke, dust, and mold, either.

Having trouble keeping up with your home’s poor air quality? With our year-round air quality issues it’s no wonder. But don’t sweat it! Iceberg Air Conditioning and Heating is here to help you address your IAQ concerns.

Addressing Your Air Quality Problems in Florida

The start to finding a solution is always going to begin with identifying the exact problem at hand. What solution, service, or product works best for you is going to depend on a few key factors. Do you deal with tons of dust? Are you an allergy sufferer looking to reduce pollen, or maybe mold spores? We’re going to cover the lot of them, so don’t worry.

If you have a general issue, or aren’t sure exactly where the problem is coming from, enlisting the help of an expert is a good place to start. Many specialists offer air quality testing services (we do!), which is a service that aims to address problems by:

  • Identifying what contaminants are most common in your home
  • Locating the specific areas where the contaminants or pollutants come into your home, or most commonly collect
  • And ultimately recommending courses of action, services, products, or home alterations that will remedy the issue

Air Cleaner Systems: The Anti-Allergen

Air cleaners, also called air filtration systems, are a commonly chosen method of dealing with dirty home air, or in helping those that suffer pollen or dust allergies. These systems literally filter your air, usually using ionization, HEPA filters, or often both. Air cleaners are particularly effective for removing:

  • Dust
  • Pet dander
  • Mold spores
  • Pollen
  • Dust mites
  • And similar particles

UV Air Purifiers: Eradicate Common Threats

UV light purifiers harness UV radiation, much like what comes from the sun naturally. The lights are installed into duct systems near the HVAC unit in order to catch particles as they pass. Purifiers differ from cleaners because they obliterate rather than filter, seeking to break down the DNA of the particles UV-C light targets. These systems work best against particles that are organic in nature, and are commonly employed against:

  • Mold
  • Pathogens
  • VOCs
  • Smoke
  • Odd or funky odors

Air Quality Solutions in Florida with Iceberg Air Conditioning and Heating

Looking for air quality specialists that can help you identify issues, and recommend the best solution to your unique problems? Then look no further—you found us! Our air quality experts carry years of experience and top-class training. We won’t rest until you’ve gotten the best in the business, both in service and products. Contact us today to learn more, or to schedule your consultation!