Indoor Air Quality
- Maintenance Program
Indoor Air Quality Services in St Paul
You don’t want to forget about your indoor air quality services. We know that there are plenty of things to do in St Paul. Not every day can be filled with afternoons at Como Regional Park, catching a game at the Wild Stadium (Xcel Energy Center), or strolling down Summit Avenue. Sometimes, you’re going to be indoors. We want you to be comfortable when this is your reality. We can assure this because we promise the following:
- Proudly served over 100,000 customers
- A+ rating with the BBB
- Serving St Paul and the Twin Cities Since 1991
- Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer
- We work on all brands / manufacturers
- Free, no-obligation consultation
Residential Heating and Air Conditioning serves customers throughout St Paul. You can also find us in Dayton’s Bluff, Greater Eastside, Highland, and North End.
Contact us for indoor air quality services to "Feel the Difference."
Air Filtration and Air Purifiers
Air filtration and air purification systems are a great option for any home that has contaminant issues. The main issue between an air filtration system and an air purification system is that air purifiers can also sanitize your air on top of cleaning it. We can assess the needs of your home and help you choose between different systems and brands. An air filter or UV air purifier can help you stay comfortable, save money, and extend the lifespan of your HVAC system too.
Air Duct Cleaning
You should clean your home’s air ducts on a regular basis. If you’re not doing this, you’re only hurting your heating and/or air conditioning system. An air duct cleaning helps you eliminate any problems that you’re facing with your home’s heating or cooling process. Your air ducts are the lifeline of your home’s heating and cooling process. This is why it’s so important to keep it clean. Our professionals make sure that your ducts are sparkling clean.
Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers
Your home’s humidity should hang in the balance between 30% and 50%. If your humidity dips below 30%, you’re going to notice that your home feels dry and uncomfortable. This is when you should consider a humidifier. If your home’s humidity climbs above 50%, then it’s going to feel like you’re living in a swamp. This is when you need to consider a dehumidifier. We’re going to help you either way because we’re a team full of experts.