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Indoor Air Quality Specialists in Virginia

From your comfort in your home or business to the safety of the air you breathe, indoor air quality is hands down the most important aspect of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. Poor indoor air quality can lead to a myriad of HVAC safety issues. These issues can be as minor as headaches or fatigue and can be as extreme as heart disease, cancer, and other serious long-term conditions that can lead to death. Many businesses and homeowners today are surprisingly oblivious to the effects of poor air quality. That is why at Bradley Mechanical, we take indoor air quality seriously.

There are a number of causes that lead to poor indoor air quality. Some causes like pollen, dust mites, and pet dander are the most obvious contributors. However, the more serious concerns can stem from inadequacies caused by poor ventilation and moisture that exposes you to mold and mildew, improperly vented combustion appliances and fireplaces that cause carbon monoxide poisoning, and building materials containing asbestos, formaldehyde, and lead can put you in a life-threatening situation that you may not even be aware of until it’s too late. That’s why it is important to have an IAQ Certified HVAC Specialist from Bradley Mechanical help you detect these potential dangers sooner rather than later.

At Bradley Mechanical, we treat Indoor Air Quality through a variety of systems that are used to filter your air, regulate temperature, and clean pollutants from the air to keep your family, employees, and yourself safe and healthy.

Air duct cleaning helps keep pollutants such as bacteria, dust, and mold from your duct work. It can also help protect you from contaminants like mold and mildew in your home or business.

Changing air filters regularly, we recommend monthly, helps you not only improve your air quality, it also cuts down on energy use and prolongs the life of your HVAC equipment.

Air purifiers and electronic air cleaners are a great way of removing harmful pollutants from the air. Pollutants like allergens, mold, smoke, and even viruses can be removed from the air using whole-house purifiers incorporated into your heating and air system.

Dehumidifiers are a great way to help you decrease humidity in your home or business, a great first step to preventing mold and mildew problems. Dehumidifiers remove excess moisture from the air that mold and mildew thrive on.

Proper HVAC ventilation using window fans, attic fans, and whole-house ventilators help protect you from exposure to airborne pollutants.

At Bradley Mechanical, we can help you with your Indoor Air Quality and Comfort. Call us today to learn more about our products and services to help you improve the air you breathe!

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