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Air Purification Services in Yakima & Tri-Cities

Due to the spread of coronavirus and respiratory infections, there is an increased conversation surrounding the topics of health and safety. Learn more about what you can do to get cleaner, healthier air in your home.

Your Health & Comfort Matter the Most

Benefits of Indoor Air Quality

Reduce Illness

Remove airborne contaminants from your home so you and the family can breathe easy.

Alleviate Allergies

Consider this, just one cubic foot of your home could have up to 30 million indoor air pollutants. Gain peace of mind knowing you’re filtering those away.

Clean Less

Less dust, mold, and pet dander means less time dusting and sweeping, leading to better health and more time with those who matter most.

Remove Odors

Some pet owners may be victims of nose blindness, unaware that their home may carry off-putting scents. Remove odors and entertain with confidence.

 

According to the EPA, we spend around 90% of our lives indoors, where air pollutant levels can be two to five times higher than in the outdoor air. This can cause severe impacts to your health. So take the first step towards a safer, healthier home for you and your loved ones by trusting your indoor air quality to the experts at Campbell & Company.

Ways to Improve Your Home's Air Quality

Duct Cleaning

If your air ducts are full of grime and dust, then the air that they circulate around your home is simply going to move that dust around with it, creating more problems with indoor air quality. Recommended every 5–7 years to clear dust, debris and hair build-up in your ducts, creating healthier air flow and reducing allergens. In addition, it ensures that less debris falls back into your heating system, prolonging the life of your equipment and help it to run more efficiently.

In-duct Air Purifiers

Our state-of-the-art whole home in-duct air purifiers are capable of purifying every cubic inch of air that your central air conditioning system reaches. Designed to eliminate sick building syndrome risks by reducing odors and air pollutants, it’s the best solution for whole-house and building air purification. 

Aeroseal Duct Sealing

95% of homes have leaky ducts where 25–40% of your heated or cooled air leaks out. Sealing your return ducts immediately removes “dead zones” for balanced air flow while eliminating the threat of moisture that causes mold as well as block out dirt, dust, allergens, and smelly odors from being introduced into your home, recycling over and over again every day.

Steam Humidifer Installation

Add a steam humidifier to your whole home system. Using electrode technology, you can maintain the optimal humidity in your home, which has been shown to reduce respiratory infections and symptoms related to allergies and asthma by minimizing the formation of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and dust mites.

Constant Filtration

Custom to your home, our technicians will recommend a variable speed blower motor, upgraded thermostat, or both. These devices will work together with your system to provide energy savings, even temperature and comprehensive air filtration.

MERV Filters

Another tool in your arsenal as you strive to keep your home's indoor air cleaner is a MERV filter. The MERV, or minimum efficiency reporting value, is a rating system that shows how efficient and effective an air filter is in catching particles. The higher the MERV rating, the better it will be at filtering the air in your home. We will help you select a high-MERV filter that works well with your HVAC system to protect your home. 

Indoor Air Quality FAQ

What is the difference between an air scrubber, air purifier, and air filters?

Air scrubbers release negative ions that bond with the allergens and pull them out of the air, so they are more easily removed. Air purifiers capture and kill contaminants. Air filters trap contaminants with a physical barrier. All three can work together for indoor air quality needs.

What are the different kinds of pollutants found in indoor air?

Indoor air can be polluted with pollen, gases, dust and dust mites, dander, mold spores, viruses, and bacteria.

What are the common causes of indoor air quality problems?

Building materials, tobacco products, pets, excessive moisture, outdoor air, duct leaks, household cleaners, personal care items, and the people living in your home can contribute to indoor air quality problems.

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