5 Tips For Achieving Better Indoor Air Quality At Home

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5 Tips For Achieving Better Indoor Air Quality At Home

Many of us have never thought about the quality of air within our homes. However, it shouldn’t be this way. December through March is cold and flu season and the season when we spend much of our time cozying up indoors. In fact, the EPA estimates that “Americans, on average, spend approximately 90 percent of their time indoors, where the concentrations of some pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than typical outdoor concentrations”. Thankfully, there are many steps homeowners can take to improve their home’s indoor air quality, even by 99%! 

1. Keep A Clean Home

The obvious and simple task of maintaining a clean house can make a huge difference in the quality air you breathe. Particles such as dust and pet hair can get trapped in your HVAC system and lessen your home’s IAQ. For this reason, you should regularly dust and vacuum all throughout your home. Be sure to move furniture and decorations to ensure a thorough clean. Wash bedding regularly and wash your drapes or curtains if possible. These are spots which can collect an impressive amount of dust and pet hair over time. 

A quick pet tip! Keep your pet groomed to help cut down on the amount of pet hair in your home. Not only will routine grooming keep your furry friends more comfortable, but your air quality will improve as well.

2. Change Your HVAC Filters

Never skip out on changing your HVAC filters. We recommend making a schedule to get in the habit of regularly replacing these filters. HVAC filters help clean the air, so over time, they can become clogged with dirt, dust, pet hair, and other particles floating through the air. If you fail to routinely replace your filters, your air will not be getting cleaned and your system will be much less efficient. You may experience decreased air flow due to the dirty filters making it difficult for the air to pass through. 

3. Routine System Maintenance

All HVAC systems benefit greatly from having routine preventative maintenance performed. Your system is a serious investment for your home and should be treated as such. Enroll in a scheduled maintenance plan with Island Air to keep your system running at peak efficiency and to give you peace of mind. You can rest easy knowing that you have a plan in place to aid in catching any needed repairs earlier than most. Additionally, our service plans provide great value in customer perks. Having a well-maintained, efficient HVAC system will keep your home comfortable and air clean. 

4. Get An Air Purification System

One of the best ways to improve your air quality is to invest in an air purification system. Our air purifiers connect into your existing HVAC system and remove more contaminants than a standard HVAC filter. Air purifiers such as the REME HALO-LED can reduce 99.9% of airborne viruses, bacteria, mold spores, dust, dander, and pollen throughout your home. Contact Island Air to have the professionals install one of these state-of-the-art systems in your home.

5. Control Humidity Levels

If the humidity levels are too high in your home, there’s a strong possibility that there could be fungal growth inside your house. Fungal growth, especially mold, is dangerous to breathe in and can pose a threat to your family’s health and safety. Dehumidifiers are a great option for cutting down the humidity and keeping fungal growth away. We all know how humid it can get here in Gulf Shores. Stay a step ahead and consider a dehumidifier. 

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We hope these tips help in keeping your indoor air quality up to par during this winter season. We are happy to aid in choosing and installing the best air purification system for your home and your family. Give us a call at (251) 943-4709 to breathe easy this winter and all year long.

For more information on our services, visit our website at https://callislandair.com/ or email us at islandair@callislandair.com. We are your trusted American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning Customer Care Dealer in Baldwin County, AL. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram! indoor air quality indoor air quality indoor air quality indoor air quality indoor air quality 

Why Is My Energy Bill Higher Than Normal?

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Why Is My Energy Bill Higher Than Normal?

A high heating bill is definitely not on any of our Christmas lists this year. While most of us expect our energy bills to be a little higher during seasonal changes, sometimes our bills arrive with steep, unexpected charges. There are a few reasons why your bill might be more than usual – poor insulation, an inefficient system, holiday cooking, decorations and lights, and constant temperature changes. Keep reading to learn more about why your energy bill is higher than normal, and what you can do to lower it.

Winter Is Coming

As the weather cools down, our thermostats get cranked up. Nobody likes to be cold in their own home. This is often the cause of the initial increase in your energy bill. The colder it is outside, the harder your heating system has to work to keep your home cozy and warm. A good solution is a programmable thermostat. While you’re away, let your home be a little cooler, and schedule your thermostat to warm your house again when you’re headed back. There’s no reason to waste money heating an empty home! Additionally, programmable thermostats can warm certain zones of your home, so if you know that nobody is going to be in certain areas, let it be cooler there to save some energy.

Holiday Baking

The holidays are here, which often comes with lots of cooking and baking. While we all love the delicious food and sweet treats, your energy bill can take a hit when you’re constantly reheating your oven. Instead of preheating your oven over and over, consider batch cooking. If the oven is already hot from making dinner, throw in a pie right after! Or start making items for tomorrow’s meals. This can make a big difference in your overall energy usage.

Poor Insulation

We often don’t think about our home’s insulation when it comes to our energy bills, even though it could be a major contributing cause to the high costs you’re experiencing. Older homes tend to lack sufficient insulation, but any home, no matter the age, can have drafty doors or windows. Small gaps in windows and doors, and improper insulation could be letting all your warm air seep out of your home. 

Investigate and look for any spots where air could be escaping. Use double paned windows, as they’re more efficient in sealing up your home. Have a professional check your insulation to ensure it’s sufficient for your home, and add more as necessary. Keep out those high energy bills!

Inefficient Heating System

Sometimes your heating system itself may be the culprit. If your heating system is not working at maximum efficiency, your heating bill will be higher than usual. There are a few clues to look for when trying to decide if your heating system is lacking. If your system is heating rooms unevenly, constantly running, over 10 years old, or making suspicious noises, it may be time. 

We know how expensive a new system can be and most of us dread the day of replacing a system. However, installing a new, efficient system will pay off in the long run. Contact the professionals at Island Air to do the job right. Once you have your system installed, be sure to sign up for a maintenance plan. Enrolling in regularly scheduled maintenance can prolong your system’s life and ensure that it continues to perform at peak efficiency for years to come. 

We also offer free in-home estimates on new systems and convenient financing options (with approved credit)!

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If you have any concerns about increasing energy bills, you can never go wrong with contacting the professionals. We are happy to aid in finding the issue and providing solutions. Give us a call at (251) 943-4709 to keep your home comfortable all year long. 

For more information on our services, visit our website at https://callislandair.com/ or email us at islandair@callislandair.com. We are your trusted American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning Customer Care Dealer in Gulf Shores, AL. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram! energy bill higher than normal energy bill higher than normal energy bill higher than normal energy bill higher than normal energy bill higher than normal 

5 Tips for How to Choose The Right HVAC Contractor

5 Tips for How to Choose The Right HVAC Contractor
5 Tips for How to Choose The Right HVAC Contractor

5 Tips for How to Choose The Right HVAC Contractor

Your HVAC system is one of the biggest investments in your home, if not THE biggest. For that reason alone, who you choose to service your HVAC system is critical. Experienced HVAC professionals will keep your system working efficiently, prolong your system’s life, and help keep more money in your pocket. Before you decide who you’re going to let service the biggest investment in your home, consider these 5 helpful tips on choosing the right HVAC contractor.

1. Compare Companies

If you’re a savvy shopper, you likely compare companies before making a majority of your purchases. Why would choosing an HVAC company be any different? It’s always a good rule of thumb to reach out to at least 3 different companies to compare prices and warranties. Ask about their repair and maintenance policies, learn about their protocols for if accidental damages were to happen during work, and ask about the training requirements for their technicians. There are a range of questions you can ask potential contractors to find out which one will best suit your needs. And no, that doesn’t always mean the HVAC contractor who has the lowest price.

2. Don’t Always Pick The Lowest Bidder

While an unbelievably low price may be very enticing, you should do your research before jumping on the deal. A higher price is often set for a reason. Higher prices could mean the company uses/offers higher quality equipment, better trained technicians, or above average services. Surprisingly low prices often reflect low quality service or inexperienced employees. A low price might also indicate a contractor whose goal is to set an appointment and then up-sell you on higher priced services. Don’t be afraid to ask a contractor why their prices are at certain points and what their prices include. 

3. Research Their Experience

When a company has been in business for a long period of time, it usually indicates that they’re a good choice because the company is well-established, familiar with the service area, and knowledgeable about their client base. These factors make for a great HVAC contractor.

In researching their experience, you should also ask about the required training or certifications of their employees. Many good HVAC contractors have factory-trained and licensed technicians that are more than qualified to inspect, maintain, repair, or replace your HVAC system.

4. Read Reviews

It may seem simple, but reviews are there for a reason; read them! Reading other customer’s experiences can give you a good feel for the company and what your experience may be like. Oftentimes, reviews will offer some insight into pricing as well, and let you know if you’re going to get your money’s worth. If you’re looking for a new HVAC contractor, reviews are a great place to start.

5. Consider Who’s State Licensed

The HVAC company you choose to use should always be state licensed. Being licensed in your state is an essential requirement that can weed out some potential contractors on your list that likely don’t know what they’re doing, or are scams. Unfortunately, they do exist! Be sure that whoever you select is qualified to fix your system or any other in your community!

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When it comes time for a new system, system maintenance, or repairs, consider Island Air. For more information on our services, visit our website at https://callislandair.com/ or email us at islandair@callislandair.com. We are your trusted American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning Customer Care Dealer in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, AL.

Feel free to call us at (251) 943-4709, and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram!

5 Ways To Prepare For A Hurricane

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5 Ways To Prepare For A Hurricane

The 2021 hurricane season has been predicted to last through mid November. We have already seen several hurricanes come through the Gulf, and know that preparedness for these storms is of the utmost importance. Read this article for 5 ways to prepare for a hurricane, and make any necessary adjustments now.

1. Stay Informed

As simple as it may seem, it’s crucial to sign up for local weather alerts. Hurricanes are not only a coastal problem as rain, wind, and tornadoes can cause severe damage inland from where the hurricane makes landfall. Monitoring these warnings will keep you informed and ready to take action when necessary. As you keep an eye on these alerts, begin stocking emergency supplies and ensure that critical paperwork and other items are kept safe. Financial, educational, legal, and medical paperwork should be safely stored away in a secure lockbox or brought with you upon evacuation. 

2. Prepare Your Property

Install storm shutters before hurricane season arrives. Storm shutters protect your home from intense winds and flying projectiles. Additionally, keeping trees trimmed and well-maintained around your property will help in preventing property damage from broken tree limbs. If a hurricane is already on its way, bring any loose outdoor furniture or decorations inside. If they are too large, be sure to secure them down to prevent anything being displaced by heavy winds or rain. Lastly, your garage door is often the most vulnerable, and bracing the door can protect your home.

3. Protect Your HVAC Equipment

To keep your outdoor systems as safe as possible, shield them with plywood to protect the equipment from any flying debris. However, be sure to remove any coverings as soon as possible after a hurricane. You can also secure the outdoor systems with hurricane straps to hold them in place against high winds. 

4. Have An Evacuation Plan

Sometimes, the best thing you can do for you and your family is evacuate and seek a safer location. Have bags of essentials packed so you can quickly grab them and head out. As you leave, be sure to never drive or walk through flooded areas. Floodwater can hide objects within it and can compromise the quality of the road. Learn evacuation routes prior to leaving your home. You don’t want to be stuck in or without your vehicle.

5. The Final Checklist

As a hurricane rolls in, there are many miscellaneous preparation tasks you may forget about.

  • Adjust your fridge to the coldest setting to reduce the chance of food spoiling if the electricity goes out.
  • Fill bathtubs and sinks with water to ensure you have enough for drinking or household tasks.
  • Make sure your car has a full tank of gas and is ready to drive at a moment’s notice.
  • Charge all your mobile devices!
  • Refill your medications before the storm. Shipments to the pharmacy may be delayed for some time. 

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When it comes to your HVAC system after a hurricane, the safest thing you can do is have a professional inspect the equipment. Island Air’s team has many years of experience in the Gulf Coast area. We are prepared and ready to help. For more information on our services, visit our website at https://callislandair.com/ or email us at islandair@callislandair.com. We are your trusted American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning Customer Care Dealer in Gulf Shores, AL.

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Why Fall HVAC Maintenance Is Important Even In South Alabama

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Why Fall HVAC Maintenance Is Important Even In South Alabama

The weather doesn’t cool down for long in South Alabama, so you may be wondering why you need preventative maintenance on your HVAC system this fall. Besides preventing an untimely breakdown when you DO need your heating system, fall HVAC maintenance helps prolong the life of your HVAC system and keeps it running at maximum efficiency to save you money. Keep reading for more benefits you can receive from having fall HVAC maintenance performed on your system.

What We Offer

Your HVAC system is one of the biggest investments you’ll make inside your home, so protecting it like you would your car, for example, is extremely important. Island Air Conditioning & Heating offers regular preventative maintenance plans for South Baldwin County homes and small businesses because we understand the importance of protecting your investment. 

With preventative maintenance from Island Air, you’ll get:

  • Extended system life and increased efficiency to save you money in the short and the long run.
  • Certified technicians who are trained to examine your entire system and properly diagnose any problems to fix them right the first time.
  • Two maintenance visits per year; in the spring and in fall to prepare your system for the coldest and hottest months of the year.
  • Priority customer status and information on sales, rebates, latest trends, and new technologies.
  • Up-front, no hassle price guarantees along with special financing (with approved credit) if your system needs to be replaced, and preferred service pricing on repairs and replacements.

What We Do

Island Air’s fall HVAC maintenance checkpoints include inspecting, cleaning, and adjusting all system components as necessary to ensure they work properly throughout any cold snap we might have during the winter. Our furnace and heat pump tune-up includes:

  • Pilot light testing, gas pressure measurements, and flue pipe and draft diverter inspections.
  • Inspection of your heat exchanger and/or duct work for damage.
  • Combustion analysis and carbon monoxide monitoring.
  • Testing for all capacitors, fan motors, blower, inducer motor, and safety controls.
  • Cleaning of burners, blower assembly and/or coils to optimize operational efficiency.

What You Can Do

Having regular preventive maintenance performed on your HVAC system will ensure maximum efficiency and longevity. However, you can also take steps to ensure your system performs its best throughout every season.

  • Clean or change your air filter every 1-3 months.
  • Invest in a programmable thermostat to save energy by scheduling the temperature to more efficient settings.
  • Clean around the outside system and free it of dirt, leaves, grass, and other objects that could inhibit proper airflow.
  • Check your system for any dust or debris in and around the unit. Dirt can clog the air flow and overwork the equipment. Vacuum carefully if necessary.
  • Vacuum the dust from all the air vents around your house and ensure they’re clear of any obstruction for optimum air flow throughout your home.
  • Do not hesitate to contact Island Air Conditioning & Heating for questions, service or second opinions regarding your AC and heating needs.

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If you’re looking for a trusted HVAC dealer in the South Baldwin County area to perform regular maintenance on your HVAC system, look no further than Island Air. Island Air is a fully licensed and insured heating and air conditioning contractor. For more information on our services, visit our website at https://callislandair.com/ or email us at islandair@callislandair.com.

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Why You Should Upgrade to a Higher SEER HVAC System

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Why You Should Upgrade to a Higher SEER HVAC System

If your air conditioning system has been working consistently for years, its durability has been proven. However, despite the wonders of having a functional HVAC unit to rely on for such a long time, the reality is that your dated air conditioner uses a lot of energy to maintain comfortable temperatures throughout your home. The result? Increased, expensive energy consumption. 

Oftentimes, the reason for this pricer energy bill is your older unit has a lower SEER rating than newer air conditioning systems available in Baldwin County and the surrounding area today.

What does SEER mean?

You might wonder, what is SEER? SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. SEER is used when measuring a central air conditioning system’s efficiency. Essentially, a higher SEER rating means greater efficiency for that unit. For example, a system with a 20 SEER rating will be two times more efficient than a system with a 10 SEER rating. Newer systems have higher SEER ratings and better functionality than systems built just a few years ago, so you can save more money and be comfortable longer. 

Great advances have been made over the past decade in improving the efficiency of air conditioners and heat pumps. This is why Island Air urges you to seriously consider updating your comfort system to one with a higher SEER rating. Why? To reap the numerous benefits of higher SEER systems! Read on to learn more about the benefits of high SEER HVAC systems.

Benefits of Higher SEER HVAC Systems:

Energy Savings

One of the greatest benefits of investing in an HVAC system with a higher SEER rating is the decrease in your energy bills following the new system’s installation. The savings ultimately depend on the difference in SEER between your old unit and new system, but you can experience savings of up to 50%! The difference in energy use will be reflected as soon as you start using your new system.

Improved Moisture Removal

A well-functioning air conditioning system should be removing moisture from the air to create a more comfortable environment. In Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, we know this feature is particularly important. That’s another reason why we recommend higher SEER HVAC systems. They are particularly effective at removing humidity because they cycle longer at lower pressures. With longer cooling cycles, there will be far fewer opportunities for mold and other humidity-related issues to be active because moisture is consistently removed from the air inside your home.

Reduced Environmental Impact

Higher SEER HVAC systems are more energy-efficient, meaning having one installed in your home will help reduce your carbon footprint as well. Newer air conditioners use safer refrigerants, making the installation of a new, high SEER AC system not only a financially responsible decision but an environmentally conscious decision as well.

Future Buyers Will Desire A Higher SEER HVAC System

In a world where people are becoming more conscious about helping the environment, a higher SEER HVAC system in your home can become a unique selling point if and when the time comes to sell your home. Your high-efficiency comfort system will likely attract more potential buyers, and may even increase the value of your home.

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It is important to note the SEER rating is only one factor in determining the energy-efficiency of your AC system. Proper installation of your HVAC system is crucial, and so is regular maintenance

If you’re looking for a trusted HVAC dealer in the Baldwin County area, look no further than Island Air. Island Air is a fully licensed and insured heating and air conditioning contractor. For more information on our services, visit our website at https://callislandair.com/ or email us at islandair@callislandair.com.

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Air Purification Solutions: Your Guide to Cleaner Indoor Air

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Air Purification Solutions: Your Guide to Cleaner Indoor Air

As much as we love to spend time outside in our beautiful Gulf Shores community, the fact is we spend most of our time inside our homes. With homes more tightly insulated than ever before, we’re constantly breathing in trapped allergens and other airborne contaminants. So, how do you get rid of them? It’s going to take a little more than changing your air filter. Continue reading to learn more about getting cleaner air inside your home.

Standard Air Filters

Unless you have customized comfort solutions in your home, you probably have a standard 1-inch thick HVAC air filter. While standard air filters do a great job at catching particles that enter into your system, the truth is, they can’t catch everything in your home. Most standard filters only capture particles between 7 and 10 microns in size. Usually, this means particles that the eye can see such as hair, fur, and larger dirt and mold particles. 

Depending on your system, you may be able to upgrade to a HEPA filter so smaller particles, no less than .3 microns in size, will be captured. However, even with the highest quality air filters, not all allergens will be eliminated from your home. 

Reme-Halo LED™ In-Duct Air Purifier

The HALO-LED™ Whole Home In-Duct Air Purifier does not use a filter to catch particles in the air passing through your system. Instead, this system is capable of purifying every cubic inch of air that your central air conditioning system reaches using ion generation in LED technology. air purification solutions

As air passes through the HALO-LED™, it’s ionized to release low-level hydrogen peroxide. This causes airborne particles to stick together, making it easier for your filter to catch them while also actively eliminating pollutants from the air in your home. The HALO-LED™ kills pollutants faster than any other air purification system, providing quick relief especially for those who suffer from allergies or respiratory issues.  air purification solutions

iWave Air Purifier

The iWave Air Purifier is installed in your comfort system to treat the air in your home safely without creating any harmful byproducts. When air passes over the iWave, bi-polar ionization removes molecules necessary for harmful pathogens, allergens, viruses, and bacteria to live. The ions will also attach to airborne particles, increasing their size so they’re easier to catch by the filter. This air purifier is low-maintenance and doesn’t require any bulbs to be changed. If you’re looking for a natural way to produce a healthy environment throughout your home, the iWave is a great choice. air purification solutions

Air Scrubber by Aerus

The Air Scrubber by Aerus uses ActivePure technology to create an advanced oxidation process that continuously purifies the air in your home and even attacks contaminants on surfaces, and eliminates up to 99.9% of odors, smoke, and harmful microbial pollutants. air purification solutions

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With so many air purification options available, it can be challenging to choose the perfect one for your Baldwin County home. That is why our team is here to answer any of your questions and help you decide what would be best for your specific situation. 

If you need help managing your indoor air quality, contact us! We have friendly customer service representatives who stand ready to take care of all your heating, cooling, and clean air needs.

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5 Tips for Pet Owners to Improve Indoor Air Quality

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5 Tips for Pet Owners to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Chances are, you love your pets, but you probably don’t love the pet hair, dander, and odors they leave behind in your home. With our comfort systems already working over time to keep our homes cool in hot, humid Baldwin County summers, the last thing you need is for it to work even harder to keep the air in your home clean. If your pet’s shedding is taking a toll on your home’s indoor air quality, or even your health, there are a few tasks you can incorporate into your daily, weekly, or monthly routine to improve indoor air quality. 

1. Regularly Change or Clean Your Air Filters

You have probably heard how beneficial it is to change the air filter in your home’s HVAC system often, but with pets, it is even more important. Most households are safe changing air filters every one to three months, depending on the system and filter. If you have pets, you should probably change your filter each month like clockwork, since pet hair and dander can circulate through your home and your HVAC system. pet owners indoor air quality

Depending on your system, you could also try upgrading to a thicker, more durable air filter that doesn’t need to be changed as often, or one that can be cleaned instead of changed. To find the perfect fit for your HVAC system and your family’s needs, call Island Air: (251) 943-4709

2. Vacuum Throughout The Week

A key step in preventing pet hair and dander from circulating through your home is to catch it before it reaches the HVAC system. We recommend vacuuming weekly for homes with one pet or a couple times a week if you have more than one pet. Even if your pet doesn’t visibly shed, their dander can still circulate throughout your home, hindering air quality. Be sure to get in the nooks and crannies where pet hair gathers and can’t be easily caught by your air purifier or filter. pet owners indoor air quality

3. Bathe & Brush Your Pet

Caring for your pet’s hygiene can also help prevent excessive shedding and reduce the amount of bacteria and allergens circulating throughout your home. The best way to keep your pet clean and prevent your HVAC system from circulating any unwanted airborne contaminants is to brush your pet daily and bathe your pet every few weeks. When you brush your pet, be sure to do it outside so you are not releasing additional allergens into your home. If taking your pet to the groomer is easier for you, that’s also a great option! pet owners indoor air quality

4. Have Your Air Ducts Cleaned

Over time, dust and dander that’s entered your system past the filter can settle in your air ducts. This can create a breeding ground for bacteria causing allergic reactions and odors. For this reason, it’s important to have your air ducts cleaned every 3-4 years. If you’re unsure whether you need a duct cleaning, a professional technician from Island Air will happily come out and inspect your ductwork for you!

5. Invest In An Air Purification System

If you’ve taken all of the steps above and still feel the need for better protection against harmful airborne contaminants in your home, investing in an air purification system is a great option. Island Air has multiple air quality solutions to eliminate up to 99.9% of dust, dirt, mold, allergens, and bacteria from your home’s air. Between our Reme HALO, i-Wave, and Aerus Air Scrubber, you’re sure to find a solution that fits the needs of your home, family, and budget. 

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If you need help managing your pet’s impact on your indoor air quality, contact us! Our highly trained technicians can help you keep your air clean and healthy for the safety of your family.

We’re an American Standard Customer Care Dealer serving Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Loxley, and other surrounding coastal communities in Alabama. If you have questions, feel free to call us at (251) 943-4709, and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram! pet owners indoor air quality