Indoor Air Quality
When you think about air pollution, you might focus on outside conditions. However, you spend more time inside and the quality of indoor air directly impacts your everyday life, health, and comfort. Smoke, mold spores, bacteria, dander, viruses, dust, and all sorts of contaminants get trapped in tightly sealed homes. You can’t open a window and allow your heated or cooled air to escape, so how do you tackle the problem?
Efficient Comfort is your source for cleaner, healthier indoor air quality. As a small, family-owned and operated business in Broomfield, CO and surrounding areas, we don’t simply recommend generic solutions to issues that are specific to your residence or commercial facility.
Through accurate diagnosis, advanced technology, and access to top-of-the-line equipment, we combat threats to your comfort, health, safety, integrity of furnishings, and efficiency and reliability of your HVAC system through a customized course of action. There is simply no challenge we can’t resolve to your satisfaction.
Industry Leading Air Quality Partners
As a Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer, the NATE-certified team from Efficient Comfort is qualified and regularly updated in a full range of sophisticated air quality accessories, including air purification systems, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, germicidal UV lamps, ventilators, Premierone products, REME halo and more.
These proven and low-maintenance options target the whole home, operate quietly, and deliver effective and sustainable improvement. Whether you’re confronted with an obvious concern or are unsure of the cause or level of problem, we can help.
How Seasonal Maintenance Helps with Indoor Air Quality
Before the start of the season, your expert will check for issues like a cracked heat exchanger or a refrigerant leak. Doing so helps ensure no pollutants are entering your home. Your technician can also inspect your ducts for excess dust or pest infestation.
For your health and safety, they will clean the condensate drain, coils, and other components that tend to get dirty. Finally, maintenance allows your heat pump or air conditioner to regulate humidity at peak capacity.