Joseph Giannone Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning

Is Your Air Conditioner Making You Sick This Summer?

Giannone’s Experts Can Diagnose and Fix Air Quality Problems

Flu season is a distant memory, and allergy season has passed. Still feeling under the weather? It may be Sick Building Syndrome (SBS), the negative health effects caused by indoor air quality. And poor air quality outside can also contribute to poor air quality within your home, unless you use proper filtration.

Your home should be an oasis in the summer, not a place that makes you sick. But the good news is that the indoor air quality experts at Joseph Giannone Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning can remedy the problems with repairs or upgrades to your home’s air conditioning system. Here’s how.

Regular Maintenance

Clearing the air in your Philadelphia home could be as easy as getting an HVAC tune-up. Everyday wear and tear can make the system operate less than optimally, making it unable to adequately filter the air in your home or maintain the correct balance of humidity.

Regular inspections and tune-ups will make sure your system is working well and keeping your home’s air healthy.

Air Quality Upgrades

Your home’s HVAC system has an intake filter, and you should change it at least quarterly. But that filter might not be enough, as it doesn’t catch smaller particles like pollen and pet dander. In addition, mold and bacteria in your HVAC system might be making your sick. Giannone can help with upgrades like:

  • Whole-home air cleaners for additional filtration.
  • Ultraviolet lamps to kill mold and bacteria.
  • Whole-home dehumidification to prevent mold, bacteria and mildew.

Giannone’s service experts can recommend the right indoor air quality upgrades for your needs and get you breathing easier again.

If you are concerned that SBS or another indoor air quality issue might be affecting your quality of life, Giannone is here to help. We want all our Philadelphia neighbors to enjoy the cool indoors this summer. Call us today at (215) 375-7134 or contact Giannone online today.