Air Quality Tips

Would you like to breath easier with less allergens and dust in your home?

We are all aware of the unavoidable problem we encounter outdoors with air quality and pollution on a daily basis. We may not have much control of the outside air but what about the air in your home? We really need to take a hard look at the indoor pollution problem inside our homes, schools, and workplaces. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the air inside the average home is up to five times more polluted than the air outside. Nearly every home (96%) had at least one indoor quality problem and 86% had high levels of particles and bioaerosols.

With the Las Vegas weather now changing to spring, the flowers and trees are blooming and the pollen count increasing almost daily. If you are having allergic responses to this pollen increase, you need to know that there are methods, we at GIBSON AIR CONDITIONING, can do about the indoor pollution in your home. By reducing the pollen, dust, pet dander, dirt mites, bacteria and viruses in your home, we can greatly improve the indoor air you breathe.

Here are a few slight examples of how we can help you with what specifically affects you:


  • An air-purification system can be attached to your HVAC unit. Contaminants are removed and destroyed before air is re-circulated in your home.


  • An air filtration system will help to combat indoor pollution capturing even the smallest contaminants and keeping them from re-circulating back into the home’s airflow. Germicidal lights can also be installed to reduce concentrations of potentially harmful micro-organisms.


  • A whole home humidifier can be installed with your home’s HVAC system to help increase the moisture level in your home.


  • An improved ventilation system could be installed to replace stale, contaminated indoor air with outdoor air

For more information on air quality or any of the above products, visit our website or call our office at 702-294-0552, for an appointment with a comfort specialist.

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Indoor Air Quality Tips

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