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    At American Air & Heat, your family’s health is, and will always be our top priority. We are taking steps to keep our team healthy and your family safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    We are doing all we can to keep our clients and team healthy by Reducing touch points and time in your home. Also all Technicians will be Wearing Floor Savers/Shoe Covers, Rubber Gloves, Masks at your request.

    Rest assured, after each call we are disposing of those items in a sanitary fashion. We are continuously assessing the situation and working to make thoughtful decisions. We’ll move quickly to adapt appropriately as new information becomes available.


    Make Your Home’s Air Cleaner and Safer


  • Make Your Home’s Air Cleaner and Safer

    April 6, 2016

    Download your free eBook to discover how to purify your home’s air.

    Is your indoor air quality more dangerous than the air quality outside? Well, it doesn’t have to be.

    If you were asked to provide an estimate of the percentage of air that you breathe on a daily basis that stems from indoor air, what percentage would you guess? Unless you live and work outside, the answer to this question is most likely very high.

    You may think to yourself, “So, what?”

    Well, the truth is— it’s a big ‘what’. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency has found that indoor air is often two to five times and occasionally, more than 100 times polluted than outdoor air—and most of us spend as much as 90% of our time indoors.

    The More You Know…

    There are two types of airborne particles that exist: coarse and fine particles. Due to their miniscule size, fine particles are our main concern.

    Fine particles cannot be eliminated from our bodies through our natural defense systems, yet these particles are consistently inhaled into our lungs and absorbed into our body and its bloodstream—forcing our bodies to fight off high levels of these particles on a daily basis.

    Getting to the Root of the Problem

    There are many sources of indoor air problems. In fact, all household cleaning products, building materials, adhesives, disinfectant sprays, deodorizers, insecticides, paints and stains are emitting a vast array of pollutants into our home’s air each day. In turn, this polluted indoor air is affecting our society’s health. Check out our guide, where we delve into the depths of this problem.

    American Air and Heat is Here to Help

    Awareness leads to taking action. This is where American Air and Heat steps in. We have the expertise and industry knowledge to assist you in choosing the proper indoor air quality solution for your home. Together, we will ensure that you and your family are breathing fresher, safer air—season after season.

    With spring in full swing, now is the perfect time to create an allergen-free home. To learn more, download our free guide, or contact us at 800.421.COOL today.