Your Comfort Specialists in Northern Kentucky
A Three-Sided Battle
Managing your indoor air quality can be a complex task. Indoor air quality is a three-sided battle:
Filtration (removal of particulates from air flowing through heating and air conditioning equipment)
Humidity (important for respiratory comfort, furniture, and artwork preservation)
Infiltration (air that leaks into your house in an uncontrolled manner). An indoor air quality solution should address all three of these areas.
At Johnson Heating and Cooling, air quality control is our specialty, and we pride ourselves on going above and beyond the call of duty to provide our clients with best-in-class air purification systems at affordable prices. We offer a variety of products and solutions designed to fit your budget and improve the quality of the air inside your home.
Simply contact us for a FREE Indoor Air Quality evaluation to determine if air problems exist in the air you are breathing every day. We will customize an air quality solution to make your home as clean and healthy as it can be, so you can breathe easier.
Improving Your Indoor Air Quality
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has ranked indoor air pollution as a high-priority public risk.
According to the EPA, levels of indoor pollutants can be 2 to 5 times higher than outside, and most of us spend about 90% of our adult lives indoors.
Household dust is present even in clean homes and can be composed of mold spores, bacteria, viruses, animal dander, human skin particles, fabric fibers, dust mites, parts of cockroaches, food particles, and other debris.
Fifty million people in the US suffer from allergies. Allergic disease is the fifth leading cause of chronic disease among all ages and the third common chronic disease among children under 18 with 54% of US citizens testing positive for one or more allergens.
There are approximately 20 million asthma sufferers in the US, 6 million of them are children. It’s the leading chronic illness in children.
Inexpensive filters found at local hardware stores are only about 10% efficient for the largest particles.
The average human inhales about 2,300 gallons of air per day.