You may have tried to eliminate indoor odors by using air fresheners or lighting candles. Unfortunately, these strategies just mask the odors, not get rid of them. They also may lower indoor air quality in your Houston residence by triggering allergic reactions, headaches or eye inflammation.
Bacteria, dust mites, animal dander and mold may also make your home smell. One method for purifying the air is with germicidal UV lights in your residence.
These lights are placed in your HVAC unit to:
- Combat odors
- End mold growth
- Sterilize the interior of your heating and cooling unit
Occasionally low ventilation results in bad odors. Some signs of this are:
- Moist walls and windows
- Stuffy air
A knowledgeable Church Services tech can check your heating and cooling system to figure out if this is a problem we should address. Your Expert will also share how to fix the issue, which could include installing a ventilation system to provide more fresh air.