We have a confession to make. Our slogan might be “simplifying heating and cooling,” but to tell you the truth, we do much more than just simplify these two services. Your indoor air quality should be just as simplified, and our team can be the one to do that.
You don’t want to scramble around looking for the right contractor to provide you with clean, fresh air in your home. Especially right now, during a nationwide pandemic, you want a team that’s reliable and always been there for you. Our experts know how to install UV germicidal lights in Bozeman, MT to the point where you won’t have to worry about it.
Do you need help with financing? Or perhaps you’re wondering why you should work with us? Well, keep reading and we’ll give you the answers you’re looking for.
How They Work
For the uninitiated, UV air purifiers work by using ultraviolet light to irradiate harmful microorganisms like mold spores, viruses, and bacteria. They’re mounted in your air ducts so you never actually come in contact with these ultraviolet rays. What’s more, since they’re in your air ducts, all of the air in your home gets cycled through this centralized system to become fresh and clean. You’ll see an improvement in the odor, health, and comfort of your home!
However, things aren’t just that simple. As a homeowner, it’s up to you to decide who can and should install an air purifier in your home. Just like any other work that must be done, you get the final say in what work gets done.
What We Can Do to Help
So, let’s imagine that you’re certain of the fact that you need an indoor air purifier. And even beyond that, you’re certain you want to invest in a UV air purifier. Who should be the one to perform the installation? Well, we can’t make that decision for you, but we can definitely let you know why we can be the best ones for the job.
NATE and EPA Certifications
NATE and EPA certifications might be scattered throughout the HVAC industry, but they’re incredibly important for issues with indoor air quality. For instance, a lot of our information and statistics come from the EPA, which means having an EPA certification gives you a leg up in providing great service on keeping your home healthy.
We Give Options for Solutions
We often tell people that we give options for solutions, and we don’t just “push boxes.” That’s basically because your indoor air quality should be a personal experience. You can tell us exactly how safe you want your indoor air to be, and you can tell us what brands you prefer, or what type of system you’d rather use. We don’t just want to sell you products, we want to listen, in case we can better our process and make customers happier.
Want to know more about some of our perks when it comes to indoor air quality service? Give us a call! Our phone lines are open 24/7 and we’d be more than happy to discuss your options.
Call Ambient Air Solutions for help with your air quality today. Simplifying heating & cooling.