Why Choose Us
Indoor air pollution is not something that gets enough attention. Pro Solutions Air has been made famous for our heating repair and air conditioning services. We are the best A/C company is Surprise, AZ but also are passionate about improving indoor air quality. Changing your air filter once a month is always recommended, of course; in fact owner — Don Wade has been heard saying that is one of the best ways to prolong the life of your home’s HVAC system.
Pro Solutions Air recognized this growing epidemic, the summer colds and flu numbers rising and came up with a proven solution! 623.229.4389
We offer 3 different indoor air purification systems that are unlike anything you can buy online or in stores. Our Air Purification systems use the technology that is in hospital air purification systems; in fact NASA actually developed the technology for one of the products we install in your home, and was actually used on the United States Space Shuttle to keep our astronauts healthy in that small space! The choice is ultimately up to you on which air purification system yo install in your home. There are countless situations that I, co-owner of Pro Solutions Air have witnessed, as to the health improvement benefit after installing one of our air purification systems in homes.
What often people don’t know is that the air filter in your home is not able to filter the very small particulates, and we end up breathing these in. As small as these particulates are, they still carry grave dangers. Viruses are carried in these such as the FLU, VALLEY FEVER, TUBERCULOSIS, mold, fungus and a plethora of other germs most of us do not want in our home, and definitely not in our bodies! With Arizona homes there is even more danger of harvesting indoor air pollution because of the home being closed for most of the year because of the outside climate, and needing to maintain indoor air temperature through your HVAC system. Opening the doors and windows defeats the purpose of heating and cooling, not to mention raises the electric and/or gas bill. Most Arizona homes are closed, tightly sealed and more and more are even tighter sealed now with the energy efficient audits, extra insulation etc… Although the energy audits are fabulous at sealing the home for maximum efficiency, it also traps in the dust and particulates from seeping through any cracks, keeping that in our homes for us to sit, touch, play, eat and breathe.
I will tell you briefly of two examples, one being my dog who had Valley Fever prior to the air purification system being installed, and another story of a person diagnosed with terminal lung cancer prior to the air purification system being installed.
- Subject 1: My personal dog is a toy chihuahua named Chong. Chong developed Valley Fever in his lungs and was in very poor shape, having massive seizure after seizure, coughing violently and very lethargic. Of course I took him to the vet, had him treated and medicated, but there was no guarantee he would survive in the state he was in. The vet kept him for a day on IV meds and observation. During that time frame, my crew installed a Lennox PureAir system on my indoor air handler to purify the air in every room of my home when the A/C was on. I brought my very sick little dog home who couldn’t even hold his own body up to sit or walk. Within the week of the Lennox PureAir being installed Chong had remarkable progress and lung function. I was sold at that point.
- Subject 2: This is a man who was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, untreatable he was told, and he was going to die probably withing the next 6 months. Another A/C company in the valley actually installed his air purification system. They installed a product called the Air Scrubber for this man at cost to see if it would help at all. The next time this man went to see his oncologist, hi lungs were so much more clear because of not having breathed in all the particulates, the x-ray was actually able to show the type of lung cancer he had, WAS TREATABLE! This man was treated with radiation and chemotherapy, and is alive today to tell his experience of the Air Scrubber.
We Care About The Air You Breathe
Duct Cleaning is another way to assist in keeping you indoor air quality cleaner. We also seal up any cracks, and have a purification method that kills germs. We do it all to keep you and your family safe! www.prosoutionsair.net
Indoor air pollution in Arizona, like in many other regions, can be caused by various factors and sources. While Arizona is known for its dry climate and relatively clean outdoor air, indoor air quality can be affected by both natural and human-made factors. Here are some common sources of indoor air pollution in Arizona:
1. Dust and Allergens:
- Arizona’s desert climate can lead to dust accumulation both inside and outside of homes. Dust can contain allergens like pollen, mold spores, and pet dander, which can negatively impact indoor air quality.
2. Mold and Mildew:
- The dry climate in parts of Arizona can create conditions conducive to mold growth in areas with high humidity, such as bathrooms and basements. Mold spores can become airborne and contribute to indoor air pollution.
3. Outdoor Air Pollution:
- While Arizona generally has good outdoor air quality, pollution from nearby traffic, industries, and wildfires can infiltrate indoor spaces if proper ventilation and air filtration are not in place.
4. Household Chemicals:
- Many household products, including cleaning agents, paints, and pesticides, can emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that contribute to indoor air pollution. Proper storage and ventilation are essential to reduce exposure.
- Smoking indoors is a significant source of indoor air pollution, leading to the release of harmful chemicals and particulate matter. Secondhand smoke can also affect indoor air quality.
6. Radon Gas:
- Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can seep into homes through the ground. Inhaling radon gas over time can lead to serious health issues, including lung cancer.
7. Outdoor Pollen and Allergens:
- During certain times of the year, Arizona experiences high levels of outdoor pollen, which can enter homes and affect indoor air quality, particularly for individuals with allergies.
8. Inadequate Ventilation:
- Poor ventilation in homes can lead to the buildup of indoor air pollutants. Proper ventilation systems help exchange indoor and outdoor air, improving indoor air quality.
9. HVAC Systems:
- Inefficient or poorly maintained heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems can circulate pollutants and allergens throughout a home. Regular maintenance is essential to keep HVAC systems clean and efficient.
10. Building Materials: – Some building materials, especially in older homes, can release pollutants like asbestos fibers and lead dust if disturbed during renovations or repairs.
To address indoor air pollution in Arizona, homeowners can take several measures, including:
- Regularly cleaning and dusting to reduce allergens and particulate matter.
- Using air purifiers with HEPA filters to remove airborne particles.
- Ensuring proper ventilation in the home by opening windows when outdoor air quality is good.
- Keeping humidity levels in check to prevent mold growth.
- Avoiding smoking indoors and using designated smoking areas outside.
- Testing for radon gas and, if necessary, taking steps to mitigate it.
- Using low-VOC or VOC-free household products and paints.
- Maintaining HVAC systems and changing filters regularly.
For individuals with specific concerns about indoor air quality, consulting with an indoor air quality professional or an HVAC technician can help identify and address issues specific to their homes.