Allergies, breathing concerns, or other discomfort could be a result of poor indoor air quality in Sanford, FL. It’s estimated that indoor air pollution is up to five times worse than outdoor air quality.

In your home, you’ll find dust, pet dander, cleaning sprays, cooking odors, smoke, even mold and mildew circulating through your ductwork.

These can be made worse by humidity that’s too high or too low. Air quality testing by American Air & Heat experts reveals problems precisely, so you can address them effectively.

You’ve probably heard about air purifiers and other ways to remove contaminants from your air. For bacteria, viruses, mold, and other living pollutants, you can use UV lights for HVAC to safely neutralize them and prevent reproduction.