Indoor Air Quality Services in Cleveland
Providing Clean, Fresh Air to Your Home or Business
Indoor air pollution is one of the top causes of illness within homes in the United States. Improving the quality of the air in your home is important to both your family’s health as well as their safety. Arco Comfort Air is committed to providing our customers with improved indoor air quality and quality of life. We have been serving the Cleveland area for over 60 years.
Call us today at (216) 220-2566 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation for our indoor air quality services in Cleveland.
Indoor Air Quality Options in Northeast Ohio
Our indoor air quality services in Cleveland can help take care of:
- Ductwork Cleaning: Your air ducts hold a variety of nasty things that can be forced into your home when your air conditioning or heating system is running. These pollutants include mold, bacteria, dirt, dust, and more. With a duct cleaning, we can remove these pollutants and improve the air quality of your home.
- Dryer Vent Cleaning: Dryers cause an estimated 15,000 fires each year. Many of these fires are because of the buildup of lint in the dryer vent of your home. A dryer vent cleaning will remove the lint in your vents, around the base of your dryer, and in your lint trap.
- Air Quality: The typical air filter used in your heating and cooling ductwork work well in reducing the large particles that are forced through the system but are not as effective in removing smaller particles. We offer media filters, electronic air cleaners, and ultraviolet air cleaners to remove particles from your air more efficiently.
- Humidification: During the winter, the air in your home is dry enough to cause a variety of problems including dry skin, irritated sinuses, furniture damage, and more. Humidifiers return the moisture to the air to allow you to be more comfortable during the colder months.
Improve your air quality; call Arco Comfort air today. Call us at (216) 220-2566 to learn more about our indoor air quality services in Cleveland.