Portland OR Indoor Air Quality by The Clean Air Act Inc.
Air quality is an issue that can affect anyone in your home, especially those that suffer from existing respiratory issues like asthma or indoor allergies. For these individuals especially, an indoor air quality system can provide relief from flare ups due to pollen, pet dander, dust and other contaminants.
To learn more about indoor air quality options in Portland, OR, call the experts of The Clean Air Act, Inc. We offer a full range of filtration, humidity control and air cleaning systems to improve the air quality in your home.
Portland OR Air Cleaners
In Portland, OR there are a number of possible allergens or contaminants that can be in your home. Especially in modern homes with high R–rated insulation, there is not enough ventilation to air out the normal allergens associated with pets and house plants; plus there is the issue of mold growth, dust mites and other pollutants that can trigger allergy or asthma symptoms.
A good air cleaner – whether a mechanical filter or an electronic air cleaner – can remove these contaminants from your home quickly and efficiently, ensuring you and your family are comfortable and happy all year long.
We offer a full range of HEPA filters for upgrading your air handler. These remove up to 99.9% of all contaminants down to 0.3 microns in size. We also install electronic air cleaners that ionize the air and separate out smaller particles from smoke and exhaust fumes.
To further clean and sanitize your indoor air, we also offer UV germicidal light installation services. These systems actively kill all the germs in your home’s ductwork before they can circulate back into your home’s air supply.
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Portland OR Humidifier and Dehumidifier Options
Another option that can improve indoor air quality is a humidity control system, consisting of a humidifier and/or a dehumidifier regardless of the season because humidity can be a problem year round. High humidity makes it harder breathe, is a breeding ground for dust mites and mold and is generally uncomfortable, while low humidity can dry out nasal passages and cause damage to skin and furniture. With a humidity control system, you can keep your humidity in the perfect 30–50% range and never again need to worry about either low or high humidity.
Whatever your indoor air quality needs are, call the Portland, OR experts known for their exceptional service, cutting edge technology and top tier training – The Clean Air Act, Inc.. For more than 10 years we have been providing expert service to homeowners throughout the Portland area, including Beaverton and Gresham, and can help homeowners with family members suffering from allergies or asthma symptoms to combat the causes of those symptoms at the source.