At MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling, we feel that one of the most important things in life is the comfort, health, and safety of our family members. That’s why we recommend indoor air quality systems to our customers who suffer from allergies or who can’t seem to figure out why everyone in the home is coughing and sneezing so much. You can select from a wide range of indoor air quality products for installation or call a technician to seal your air ducts. We also offer heating and cooling services in Overland Park, Lenexa, Shawnee, Olathe and the Kansas City metro! The potential for cleaner air and a healthier family is certainly worth it.
Contact the MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling team to find out how you can benefit from the expertise of one of our technicians as you select your new IAQ system. Not only can we help to find the best solution to your family’s problems, but we will also install and test your unit for you. After our team of trained professionals leaves your home, you’ll be sure to notice the difference in your air quality and you can gain some peace of mind over the state of your family’s health.
MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling offers quality indoor air quality products and services in Kansas City, MO, and the surrounding areas. Contact us today to schedule a service appointment.
You cannot see microscopic particles drifting through the air, but that doesn’t mean they are not present. Pay attention to any other signs that your air may have a negative impact on the well–being of those in your home. Watch out for recurring issues like dry skin and chapped lips, especially in the wintertime, or even unexplained chips and cracks in the wood floors or furniture, all potential signs that dry air plagues your home. And pay attention to unusually lengthy colds, sneezing, coughing, and general poor health among family members.
Once you’ve determined that you should purchase a new system, how do you choose the right unit for the job? Well, we recommend leaving that in the hands of professionals. It’s important to select a system that can target the problems specific to your home, and one system alone cannot do it all. The experts at MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling will evaluate the air quality in your home and inform you of your options. We’ll work hard to make sure everyone in the home can breathe a little easier with our complete indoor air quality services.
An air filtration system is necessary when the air filter in your HVAC system is not sufficient enough to eliminate particles from the air. Call one of our professionals to install or service a unit that can rid the air of smaller particles that pose a greater threat to your health.
You may need an electronic air filter if you or your family members suffer from allergies or asthma, or if someone in the home has a compromised immune system. Call one of our experts for professional installation of a whole-home air purifier unit.
Unfortunately, most homes have ducts that allow air to leak out, making your heating and air conditioning system run less efficiently and compromising the quality of your air. Professional duct sealing may improve the energy efficiency of your HVAC system by up to 30%.
We keep our homes tightly sealed to make sure our heaters and air conditioners heat or cool our homes quickly. However, this means that little fresh air ever enters your house, which results in poor air quality. A heat recovery ventilator allows fresh air to enter the home while preconditioning it so that the efficiency of your unit is not affected.
Consider a new humidifier if the air in your home feels dry and you find yourself reapplying lotions or lip balm frequently during the day. A humidifier injects moisture into the air, which is helpful because the right amount of humidity can help retain warmth in the winter and improve home comfort.
Inadequate insulation results in an overworked heating and air conditioning system. Our team can assess the state of your existing insulation and provide blown-in, attic, or duct insulation services.
UV lights kill small organic matter, which means they can eliminate biological contaminants that could cause illness or other reactions. A technician can install a UV air purifier to work with your HVAC system and eliminate some of the most common biological pollutants that enter the ducts.