More than 50 million Americans experience allergies each year, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Additionally, 25 million Americans suffer from asthma – a number which has been on a steady rise since 1980. The EPA reports concentrations of pollutants can be 2 to 5 times higher indoors, where Americans spend an average of 90% of their time.
Dust, pollen, and mold are the best-known airborne contaminants in homes. If you live in an area with higher concentrations of industrial or vehicle pollutants, or if there is a smoker in your household, your probability of respiratory-related illness is significantly higher. Home furnishings, chimneys and stoves, and cleaning products can also contribute to reduced indoor air quality (or IAQ) in your home.
Fortunately, there are many options for improving your home’s IAQ. Grove Heating and Cooling offers a range of solutions to remove pollutants from your air and ensure a humidity level for optimal comfort and health.
Grove Heating and Cooling has served communities in Maryland for more than a decade. Our professional air specialists are trained to assess your indoor air quality and recommend options to meet your needs.
Grove proudly offers our Lifetime Workmanship Guarantee*, to show our commitment to you and the quality of the work we do for you. Our technicians are NATE certified, and we are proud to be affiliated with the Air Conditioning Contractors of America and accredited by the Better Business Bureau.
Aggravates respiratory illness – put simply, more contaminants in your air means more contaminants in your lungs. Removing airborne particles reduces your likelihood of respiratory problems.
Reduced energy efficiency – your home can have trouble breathing, too! Airborne pollutants make your HVAC system work harder to circulate and filter air. You will see this result in higher utility bills and increased system wear and tear.
Physical discomfort – you may notice your air is too moist or dry, too warm, or has a musty smell. Don’t ignore these telltale signs of diminished IAQ.
When it comes to equipment designed to clean your home’s air, the easiest thing you can do to keep your equipment functioning properly is to keep it clean. Change your filter as the manufacturer recommends, and remove any visible dirt or debris. Empty and clean water reservoirs to avoid mold and mildew growth.
When you’re ready to take your maintenance to the next level, enroll in a Grove Heating and Cooling maintenance membership! Our memberships include benefits such as maintenance visits, service discounts, priority customer status, and much more. You can even customize your membership to include service for your indoor air quality equipment!
Terrific company that does outstanding work. The technicians and staff are very helpful and friendly. Have been using for over a decade and continue to receive great service.
I am very happy with the service performed by Grove. The staff was friendly and attentive. They came out and diagnosed the problem quickly and sent a quote for the replacement system with a fast turnaround.
I’ve never dealt with a company so full of employees who are so happy to be working with their customers! Not just professionals, which one assumes (perhaps wrongly), but engaged with us, from making appointments to completing their tasks in the home, I’ve found them polite and respectful.
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