See How Bacon is Helping Texans Clear the Air
At Bacon, we know that living comfortably in your home is about more than heating and cooling alone. Dallas-Fort Worth’s annual air quality index level has consistently been ranked as moderate, posing a risk to sensitive groups such as children, the elderly, and those with heart and lung disease. Poor air quality in the home can trigger allergies, asthma, and certain skin conditions as well, leading to a host of uncomfortable symptoms for many homeowners.
While store-bought, standalone air purifiers may help for some, they often can’t provide the level of comprehensive cleaning your family deserves. At Bacon Plumbing Heating Air Electric we offer the latest advancements in air quality improvements for the home so you can breathe a healthy sigh of relief. Protect your family’s health with one of our many indoor air quality services today!
Our Home Air Quality Upgrades and Services
If you or a family member suffers from asthma, allergies, chronic congestion, or frequent sneezing, an air quality upgrade could be the solution for you. You may also notice dust accumulating quickly on your home’s surfaces or unpleasant odors throughout the house. If so, investing in air quality upgrades can save you plenty of headaches—literally and financially. Our experienced technicians can help you choose the right air quality improvement for you:
- Air Scrubbers: devices that attach to your existing HVAC ductwork to remove air pollution, volatile organic compounds, pet dander, odors, pollen, and other irritating particles from your home.
- UV Light Disinfectant Systems: air purifiers that disinfect the air with ultraviolet light, killing almost 100% of pollutants and irritants like mold, bacteria, fungi, and viruses in your ducts.
- Air Duct Cleaning: our professionals use advanced tools and techniques to clean your air ducts as part of regular, preventive maintenance.
- Dryer Vent Cleaning: we can remove dangerous blockages from dryer vents to ensure safe and efficient airflow—and no lint, dust, or debris blowing back into your ducts.