• License# CR110184

  • Air Quality

  • Many people think that the air inside of buildings is clean. However, studies have revealed that the air inside of buildings is much more polluted than the air outdoors. Indoor air quality has declined drastically because of the increase in building construction in recent years. You are likely to experience some symptoms if the air inside of a building is poor quality. Smoking is one of the many things that can contribute to poor indoor air quality. There is carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, and many other chemicals inside of cigarettes. All of these things are bad for human health. Secondhand smoke has been linked to asthma attacks, ear infections, and lower respiratory tract infections.

  • Indoor Air Quality

    Animal dander, viruses, bacteria, and pollen are some of the other things that can contribute to poor indoor air quality. These things can worsen allergy symptoms and may also trigger asthma attacks. Additionally, asbestos, radon, and combustion pollutants contribute to poor indoor air quality. There has been a drastic increase in asthma over the past few years. Experts believe that poor indoor air quality is one of the many causes of this. Today, asthma ranks number six on the list of top chronic conditions. It is also the most common serious chronic condition in children. At AirworX we understand that you air conditioner is just as important as the house it is in so call us to get your HVAC System tuned up today.

  • Air Duct Cleaning

    The process of air duct cleaning involves 3 steps:

    1.Test the furnace/air conditioner. After testing the system for proper operation, we will disconnect the power before opening the unit for safety.

    2.Clean the supply and return registers and grills. Remove wall, ceiling and Floor registers. Wash Register with Dynamite cleaner and rinse.

    3.Clean the supply and/or return ducts. Clean all air ducts using powerful duct cleaning equipment. HEPA Negative air machine Agitate all duct work