Little else matters if someone has trouble breathing in your home because of poor indoor air quality (IAQ).

Most people spend the vast majority of their day indoors. But in some cases, the concentration of indoor pollutants is higher than outdoor levels. Cold winter inversions here in Utah tend to trap smog, making it a challenge for any home or business to maintain its indoor air quality.

Add in our constant low humidity levels, and you can see why we need to take steps to protect our air! Poor indoor quality can exacerbate allergies and asthma attacks—prolonged exposure can lead to chronic respiratory issues. The very air you breathe could be hazardous to your health.

At Smith HVAC, we offer practical solutions on how to help you get the most from your furnace, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment. We’re a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer with years of experience and expertise.

As a family-owned business, we have deep roots in our community. To all of our customers in Lehi and the surrounding areas, we promise to do our best to ensure your comfort and well-being—especially when it involves the air you breathe.

How Do I Improve My Indoor Air Quality?

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), there are three basic strategies to improve your indoor air quality:

  1. Source Control

  2. Fuel-burning appliances, tobacco products, household cleaning products—any sources that release gases or particles will create indoor air quality problems.

  1. Improved Ventilation

  2. Open the windows and doors when the weather permits to invite fresh air into your Spanish Fork home. Install exhaust fans in your kitchen and bathrooms. Take extra steps to increase ventilation if you are cleaning, cooking, painting—or doing similar activities.

  1. Air Cleaners

  2. You can choose between portable models and whole-house air cleaners. The quality of the air cleaner depends on how well it captures pollutants and the amount of air it draws through the filtering element.

Our goal at Smith HVAC is to help you combine these strategies to create a healthy home. Give us a call to schedule a free consultation so that one of our specialists can find ways to improve your air quality.

Indoor Air Quality Systems

Our certified experts will show you how to balance the relative humidity inside your home to help alleviate allergy symptoms and keep away mold. We know which pieces of equipment are best suited for trapping dust, debris, and other contaminants inside your home.

Many factors go into the type of indoor air quality system you choose, which is why it makes the most sense to work with one of our knowledgeable professionals when you are ready to purchase one. We know the right questions to ask to ensure you choose a product that matches your needs.

Here are some of the products we sell and install:

  • Air cleaner machines—capable of removing up to 99.9 percent of the airborne particles in your home

  • Whole-house air filtration systems—trap dust, pollen, and other pollutants

  • Ultraviolet (UV) germicidal lights—eliminate mold, mildew, bacteria, and other biological contaminants

  • Whole-house humidifiers and dehumidifiers—properly adjust the amount of moisture in your home

  • Energy recovery ventilators (ERVs)—exhaust the stale indoor air and bring in fresh preconditioned air from the outside

Installing Indoor Air Quality Systems

Finding the right contractor to install your comfort systems is every bit as important as the products you choose. At Smith HVAC our licensed and insured experts receive weekly in-house training to keep up to date on all the latest trends and technology in our industry. We install products the right way so they provide optimal efficiency for years to come.

Be sure to ask about our convenient financing solutions to help you choose the quality products your family deserves.

Repairing Indoor Air Quality Systems

When you have issues with your HVAC system, call us right away. Our repair experts at Smith HVAC will quickly diagnose and address the issue. We respond immediately and do whatever it takes to get the job done right.

Nobody likes it when something breaks in their home, but you can trust Us to provide you with an accurate up-front repair quote to avoid any surprises. More often than not, our team will uncover a minor issue before it becomes a costly repair. We never replace a part unless it is necessary or we can demonstrate it will save you money.

Our team understands how equipment tends to break at the worst possible times. That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency repair services for your convenience.

Maintaining Indoor Air Quality Systems

Preventative maintenance plays a vital role in extending the service life of all your HVAC equipment. Well-maintained equipment operates more efficiently, keeps you comfortable, and lowers your energy bills.

Always remember to change air filters and follow the manufacturer's guidelines when it comes to inspections and tune-ups. We always want you to get the best value from your indoor air quality system and other HVAC equipment.

Be sure to ask about our Smith HVAC maintenance agreement individually tailored to meet your household budget and lifestyle.

Contact Your Indoor Air Quality Professionals

Breathe easy knowing you have a partner in Smith HVAC. Our friendly professionals will offer suggestions to significantly improve the indoor air quality of your home or business. Call us today at 801-735-4577

filter box with a high efficiency filter, high merv filter with good airflow
filter box with a high efficiency filter, high merv filter with good airflow
pictures of humidifiers, steam humidifier, and fan powered evaporative humidifiers
pictures of humidifiers, steam humidifier, and fan powered evaporative humidifiers
Radon fan and radon tester
Radon fan and radon tester