Indoor Air Quality
Specializing in Indoor Air Quality in Milford, NH, and the Surrounding Areas
Sanford Temperature Control, Inc. invites you to browse our extensive list of products and services for your indoor air quality in Milford, NH, and nearby areas. Give us a call for free estimates on new equipment installation, and we’d be happy to help you determine the right fit for your needs. From duct cleaning and sealing to attic insulation, UV lights, air purifiers, and more, we take proactive measures to achieve healthy homes in Southern New Hampshire.
Reliable Indoor Air Quality Solutions
As a family-owned and customer-focused business, we keep up with evolving air quality technology to optimize results. Start with easy scheduling and rest assured, we’ll complete every job with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Meeting the strenuous criteria of a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, we respond with top quality options, outstanding warranties, and whole-house improvement.
Air filters don’t just clean your indoor breathing air, they also impact the efficiency of your system.
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Check out the benefits of the Air Scrubber Plus!
Sanford Temperature Control, Inc. is excited to share the unique benefits of Air Scrubber Plus purification products. Dust, pet dander, viruses, odors, mold spores, and bacteria are no match for this sophisticated technology. Available exclusively from us across Milford, Nashua, Amherst, Manchester, Hollis, Brookline, Wilton, Milford, Merrimack, and Mont Vernon, NH, the Air Scrubber system was originally designed in collaboration with NASA and works with central air systems, ductless units, hydronic heating, and more.
Invest in Your Home and Health, Save $$$ Doing It!
Most homeowners are losing hundreds of dollars every year … and they aren’t even aware of it. The culprits are often weak seals, improperly insulated vents, poor taping during installation, and cracks or holes in ducting.
It gets worse.
Aside from parting with all that cash, you may be getting exposed to significant health hazards caused by reduced indoor air quality. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ranks poor indoor air quality as one of the Top 5 Environmental Risks to public health. Mold, dust, pollen, bacteria, bits of insulation, and even rodent droppings often make their way into home air systems, and your air filter isn’t designed to stop them all, despite manufacturers’ claims. Contaminants cause and exacerbate serious health issues.
Getting the Most Out of Your HVAC Air Filter
Your filter choice can have a significant impact on your comfort, energy bills, and indoor air quality. Do you prefer the cheaper air filters, and change them every month (this is especially important if you have pets, or if anyone in your home is prone to allergies or asthma)? Or do you prefer the more expensive 90-day models?
The 90-day model will probably do a great job of filtering your indoor breathing air, however, if your home tends to be a bit dustier than average, particulates can clog the filter before the 90-day mark. This can put undue stress on your system, which reduces its efficiency and your comfort.
The bottom line is that there is no silver bullet. We suggest erring on the side of moderation. Buy a decent filter, and check it every 30 days, even if it’s a 90-day model. It’s always handy to keep plenty in stock so you can avoid getting overwhelmed with all the sizes, styles, and prices at your local hardware store as well. Better yet, contact an HVAC contractor from Sanford to help you out! We also offer:
- It’s important to NEVER put an incorrect filter size in your system. It can leave gaps where dust, hair, dander and allergens will be injected into your indoor breathing air. Always turn off your furnace at the breaker panel or disconnect (not just the thermostat) before replacing your filter. Some furnaces have electrical wiring close to the filter location, which could shock you if the power is not disconnected first. Safety first!
- Don’t set your system too high or too low to save money. It usually costs more to heat or cool a house with extreme temperature swings. Use common sense to turn it up or down to appropriate levels while you’re away; a comfortable temperature tends to be 68 degrees in the winter and 78 degrees in the summer, give or take.
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You Need Indoor Air Quality-Related Services
If you notice any of the following signs, contact us right away for prompt indoor air quality services:
- Considerable dust buildup in your home
- Foul odors
- Mold growth
- Worsening asthma and allergy symptoms
- Fatigue and headaches
- Dry or irritated skin
- Humidity issues