Allergy solutions have become a major part of selecting the proper HVAC system for your home.
Many of us suffer from allergies, asthma and other upper respiratory conditions that are triggered by the air we breathe. Instead of spending thousands on allergy medications and doctor visits, why not look into removing the source of your discomfort?
Major manufacturers of air conditioning equipment have invested millions on developing indoor air quality (IAQ) modules that will remove airborne contamination down to .3 microns. That is small when you consider that a follicle of human hair is about 75 microns in diameter.
The first step in determining solutions to airborne irritants is to identify what is in the air of your home that may be causing you and your family problems. The Bradley Mechanical IAQ Division has invested over $50,000 in equipment and measuring instruments to help us identify IAQ problems and provide us with the information necessary to recommend the most effective solutions.
Our process begins by placing an AirAdvice monitor in your home. The instrument measures critical components of your IAQ including, temperature, humidity, volatile organic compounds, airborne particulates, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide.
The AirAdvice connects to a wall power outlet and your telephone line. Every night around midnight, it automatically dials a toll free number and downloads the information it has collected for that particular day.
After just a few days, we are able to prepare a detailed report for you that provides quantitative data that will assist you in selecting the proper IAQ module to remedy irritants present in your air.Elevated levels of airborne particulates can literally make sensitive people sick. These include dust, dander, dust mites, and allergens that infiltrate into our homes from outside.
Many customers report a decrease in dependency on allergy medications once their IAQ components are installed. That is not surprising since the EPA reports that Americans will invested over 20 billion dollars on IAQ related items during 2005. The advancements we are making in this field are amazing. Our goal is to provide you with the cleanist, freshest and safest indoor air possible. Give us a call to learn what we can do for you.
The following chart may help you understand where IAQ problems happen in your home:
Be sure to visit our Indoor Air Quality page to learn about advanced IAQ modules for your home.