Whether you are sleeping or working, you spend a good chunk of your life breathing the air in your Gresham, OR, home—you need it to be as clean as possible. With some help from our team at Gresham Heating and Air Conditioning, you can rest assured your indoor air quality is the best it can be.
We offer top-of-the-line services with a white-glove experience. As a leading local family-owned and operated indoor air quality company, we’re committed to providing quality service and results.
Our Air Quality Services
With Gresham Heating and Air conditioning, you only have to visit one indoor air quality company to ensure that your home has fresh and clean air. Our experts can help you with:
We have a team with advanced training to work with any model or brand, but as a Ruud Pro Partner, we guarantee the best value and performance from Ruud equipment.
Your heating and cooling system can have a dramatic impact on your home’s air quality. Keep your system running clean with our HVAC repair services!
What Factors Worsen Your Indoor Air Quality?
Both indoor environmental factors and pollutants from outside can noticeably worsen your home's air quality.
Tobacco smoke, perfume, and cleaning products significantly affect your indoor air quality, especially without proper circulation or ventilation. Dust mites in your furniture, excess pet fur and mold or mildew hiding in walls and floors are other indoor factors that can significantly decrease your quality of life.
An unfiltered HVAC system will spread these throughout your house along with contaminants from outside such as dust and spores. Bacteria and mold are particularly likely to worsen your air quality if you are not careful to clean your air ducts or control your indoor humidity.
For an appliance that heats your home without bringing in dust and smoke from outside, ask about our heat pump installation services.
How Poor Indoor Air Quality Affects You
One of the easiest ways to tell if you need better air quality in your home is to determine if you’re suffering from the health symptoms of contaminated air.
Poor air quality can induce breathing problems such as sinus congestion and coughing as well as headaches, fatigue, and dizziness. Prolonged exposure to unhealthy conditions can even lead to chronic illness, nausea, rashes, and fevers.
In addition to having health risks, poor indoor air quality makes your heating and cooling equipment operate less efficiently. Substances such as dust and spores build up in your HVAC filters, reducing effective air circulation and making your appliances use more energy to achieve the same results. This can also cause uneven temperatures in your home with hot or cold spots.