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Indoor Air Quality

The Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) reports most people spend at least 95% of their day inside a climate-controlled building. Therefore, your home or office’ air quality (IAQ) is extremely important for you and your family’s health. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lists indoor pollution as one of the top 5 environmental risks to our health! People are unknowingly being exposed to polluted indoor environments and they’re being exposed for longer periods of time. It’s a fact, most homes test positive for at least one pollutant or another. The most vulnerable of resident’s experience symptoms first. This includes the elderly, young children and those with serious health issues and chronic diseases like asthma. Hansen service technicians will perform indoor air quality testing throughout your building. Tests will detect the presence of indoor pollutants such as harmful natural particles, harmful chemicals, carbon dioxide, temperature consistency, relative humidity and carbon monoxide. This test reports your mixture of particulates and air, opposed to the particulate matter alone. An indoor air quality assessment by Hansen service technician accurately portrays undetectable, harmful pollutants, allergens and suspended particulates (SP) currently present in your indoor environment.

High airborne moisture – humidity- also negatively affects your indoor comfort level. Inadequate ventilation is a common cause of high indoor humidity. Your relative humidity should be at or near 50% whenever possible. This prevents excess moisture which leads to mold and mildew problems. Your technician will also perform a courtesy check of your home or business’ AC & heating equipment. They test both for efficiency and a check to see if any repairs are needed. We offer you good, better, best solutions providing you a range of budget friendly air quality and indoor comfort solutions. Now you can make informed decisions about your best course of action to ensure your family’s breathing from the best oxygen they can.

Indoor Air Quality Solutions

Removal of harmful indoor airborne contaminants, filtration of airflow, removal of unnecessary moisture and proper ventilation are all common solutions for improving indoor air quality. Hansen, your authorized Trane distributor and our service technicians are setting the standards in excellent indoor climate quality. Trane CleanEffects Air Cleaner utilizes state of the art technology, assuring your home or business’s atmosphere is cleaner, healthier and more comfortable than before. No matter what the temperature says outside, you’ll be completely comfortable inside your Hansen designed climate-controlled environment. Trane’s CleanEffects air cleaner is certified by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. This allows you to breathe easier – literally.

Standard air cleaners use filters that are very dense to filter dust. The smaller and fewer the pores, the more dust it can trap. However, this also stops the air from flowing as well. You may experience less comfort and less of your indoor airflow is being cleaned efficiently. This is called pressure drop. The revolutionary Trane CleanEffects™ Air Cleaner has the lowest pressure drop and the highest efficiency of any air cleaner possible.

Tiny particles like dust, smoke and bacteria are often .3 microns or less. Because they are too tiny to be filtered by your nose and throat, allergens get deep into your lungs when you breathe them in. An effective indoor atmosphere cleaner, such as Trane CleanEffects™ reduces the presence of allergens and even bacteria in your home. It catches particles as small as .1 micron, making it 8 times more effective than even the best HEPA room filters and up to 100 times more effective than a standard 1-inch filter.

Benefits of Indoor Air Quality Systems

These systems mostly serve as beneficial for getting rid of the harmful, airborne toxins that exist in most homes. In fact, it’s been shown that pollutants are considerably more concentrated indoors than outdoors, magnifying the potential health risks associated with breathing them.

Indoor climate quality systems provide home and business owners:

  • Easier breathing
  • Improved quality of sleep
  • Reduced odors
  • Elimination of allergens
  • Balanced humidity
  • Reduced energy and utility bills