Residential Indoor Air Quality Systems
Indoor Air Quality Improvement:
Frequent cleaning, including vacuuming and dusting, will help remove surface dust. Professional Duct Cleaning will remove dust, mold, and debris from your ductwork. Air purification systems with ultraviolet light can be added to your home’s heating and cooling equipment to help reduce and destroy contaminants by bathing your air in high-intensity UV. Too much humidity or too little can be equally problematic. Keeping humidity within optimal levels will inhibit the growth of bacteria, viruses, fungi and help reduce respiratory infections and allergies. Depending on your needs we offer both humidifiers and dehumidifiers.
Poor ventilation in your home can increase indoor air pollution. Mechanical ventilation systems such as Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV) or Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) are air balancing systems that bring in and filter the outdoor air while removing stale indoor air. These systems also capture the energy and use it to heat or cool the incoming air for increased energy-efficiency and comfort.
Proper filtration is key to improving your indoor air quality. Air Cleaners are installed as part of your home's central heating and cooling system. Every time your system runs dust, pollen, dust mites, pet dander, mold spores, bacteria and viruses (and more) are being removed from your air - leaving you with air that is as clean as possible. The Air Cleaners available today remove up to 97.5% of household dust and 99.9% of allergy-causing pollen and spores. There are models available that use ‘capture and kill’ technology that is unforgiving when it comes to airborne pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, and mold.
Whole House Temperature Zoning
You have individual light switches controlling each room of your house. The kitchen sink is operated separately from the sink in your bathroom. Your home was designed this way because it’s the most efficient way to use utilities. Why should your home temperature system be any different?
Southport Home Services can zone your HVAC system so you don’t waste energy heating or cooling your whole house when you just needed to change the temperature in one room. Whole house temperature zoning from Southport Home Services helps you save money, energy, and the environment.
Our Comfort Advisors work with you to figure out your needs, ensuring we recommend the best heating system options within your budget. Join the maintenance program for a 15% discount on all repairs and front-of-the-line priority when we’re swamped with service calls from people who chose not to join SMA. A Southport Home Services technician is available to take care of your needs—day and night—with 24-hour emergency service.
We perform indoor air quality checks and equipment installation for homes all over southeast Wisconsin. Our team of professionals are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact Southport for:
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Milwaukee
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Waukesha
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Caledonia
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Franklin
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Racine
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Kenosha
- Indoor Air Quality Services in New Berlin
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Oak Creek
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Pleasant Prairie
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Hales Corners
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Mount Pleasant
- Indoor Air Quality Services in West Allis
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Brookfield
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Menomonee Falls
- Indoor Air Quality Services in Glendale
What is Indoor Air Quality Testing?
Southport offers indoor air quality testing services for homes throughout southeast Wisconsin. When our technicians come to your home for a plumbing or HVAC repair, they’ll assess the air quality of your home and make a recommendation for a humidifier, dehumidifier, air purifier, HEPA filter, or electronic air cleaner.
Contact Southport Home Services today to learn more about our indoor air quality testing and evaluations!
Some of the indicators of bad indoor air quality include:
- Damp basement
- Warm, stuffy air
- Allergies acting up
- Pet owner