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Indoor Air Quality

Greater Phoenix Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Services

Most homeowners worry more about outdoor pollution than airborne contaminants inside their homes, but since Americans spend around 90 percent of our time indoors, building air quality is critical to health. According to the EPA, some indoor pollutant levels are two to five times higher than those outdoors. Homes built to be airtight for energy efficiency are at an even higher risk for poor air quality.

At Larson, we care as much about your air quality as we do your comfort. The air circulating in your home contains allergens, molds, chemicals, bacteria, dust mites and other contaminants. Over time, these pollutants may cause sinus inflammation, aggravated asthma symptoms, headaches and more. To help you breathe easy, we install and service air purifiers, home ventilation systems and air filtration systems from industry-leading manufacturers.

Indoor Air Quality Expertise

You may need air quality equipment if you notice symptoms like these while spending time indoors:

  • Respiratory problems
  • Asthma & allergy symptoms
  • Headaches or migraines
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Nausea

Larson is proud to provide Scottsdale & Phoenix customers with the following IAQ products and services:

Air Purification & Air Filtration

Whole-house IAQ equipment works with your home’s HVAC system to filter and destroy contaminants before they make their way into the air you breathe. Air filtration systems use media and electronic filters to capture pollutants. Air purifiers target and remove smaller particles that escape the filter.

During your home performance checkup, Larson’s air quality specialists will evaluate indoor air quality and ventilation systems. In some cases, we may recommend air purifiers or air filtration systems to protect your health and enhance indoor comfort.  

Carbon Monoxide Detection

Called a “silent killer,” carbon monoxide is sneaky. It’s an odorless, colorless gas that may not be detected until someone in your home is sick. Newer, high-efficiency sealed homes are at higher risk for CO buildup because the tight joints trap gases and pollutants inside. Larson provides carbon monoxide testing that lowers your family’s risk of CO exposure.   

Heat & Energy Recovery Ventilators

Airtight, energy-efficient homes keep contaminants from escaping and lack the ventilation required for optimal air quality. Larson’s air quality professionals install and service heat recovery ventilators (HRVs) and energy recovery ventilators (ERVs) that improve indoor ventilation. HRV systems transfer heat from stale exhaust air to incoming fresh air to enhance winter comfort and air quality. ERV systems are ideal for warmer climates since they transfer heat and humidity from incoming air to outgoing air.

Larson-installed ventilator benefits include:

  • Minimized energy waste
  • Elimination of stale, stuffy or contaminated air
  • Fresher air without production of ozone
  • Balanced ambient humidity levels (40 to 60 percent)

Exhaust Fans

Similar to energy recovery ventilators, exhaust fans help your home rid itself of humidity, contaminants and odors from bathrooms, laundry rooms or closets—as it if it were exhaling. Ventilation and exhaust fans also control mold and mildew, protect wallpaper and paint and maintain wood by quickly moving moist air (like shower steam) outdoors.

Schedule Phoenix Air Quality Testing & Equipment Installation

Indoor air quality solutions from Larson keep your home safe, healthy and efficient. To learn more about our home performance expertise, click here. To schedule service, call 480.428.0600 now. Experience the Larson difference. You’ll wonder why you didn’t call us sooner.

Customer Reviews

Our A+ BBB-accredited company puts customers first. Learn what your neighbors are saying about our five-star team.

Everyone at the company was extremely polite and helpful. Sam came out to check out our ac system the very next morning... I called into the company. They send a picture ahead of time so you know who to expect. Sam was great, very friendly and spent a good amount of time on the roof, even showed me pictures to give me a heads up on a few other issues up there. Didn’t try to sell me anything and laid it all out straight, repairs vs replacement and let me think it over . Probably will replace since my unit is from 1996.read more
tom
16:22 08 Jan 21
Mike and Kyle did a wonderful job setting up our new HVAC system! Our quote was reasonable, Clause was responsive to... all our questions. Overall, really a wonderful company to work with!read more
Amanda Valentine
01:16 01 Jan 21
Mike and Kyle did a wonderful job setting up our new HVAC system! Our quote was reasonable, Clause was responsive to... all our questions. Overall, really a wonderful company to work with!read more
Amanda Valentine
01:22 30 Dec 20
Well this will be one of the few negative reviews on Larson. I recently moved into a new home with a gas furnace and... wanted an inspection prior to using. I called Larson based on the reviews and they quoted $65 to come out for an inspection. No problem scheduling and they were prompt. The tech performed the inspection and right away noticed the flue pipe had separated at the unit, probably from the roof being recently replaced, which obviously needed repair. He struggled a bit and stated he’d rather replace the elbow connection because the remaining pipe was pushing up on the roof tiles. He verbally told me it would be ~$270 which I approved. There was one issue with a zip tie on a door interlock, which he cut off, and some insulation had fallen, which he reattached with adhesive.Total bill was $712.35. Inspection was $65.95, Insulation reattachment $60.65 (seems high for a can of glue and 5 min but whatever), and the ~1.5’ of flue pipe was $585.75! I figured I would wait to see the full invoice before questioning because the tech did not have an iPad or anything you could view it on. The next day after I received the invoice and called to question the charges, the customer service rep ends up arguing with me stating he “believes” this is a fair price because the issue could lead to a significant safety hazard with carbon monoxide. When I asked if they should charge more for that he says “not necessarily”. Seems like a gouging to me since these simple repairs were probably 1/5th of the cost to get a whole new furnace. Be sure to get a clear estimate with this place prior to approving work.Update: The company ended up honoring their original estimate and I appreciate them taking care of this.read more
Gary Chilson
22:49 10 Dec 20
Every business should take notes from Larson. They are honest, helpful, kind, on time, literally go above and beyond in... every way. Ish and Johnny were both at my house at the same time and I felt like I had family visiting. So great!!!read more
kevin masterson
15:29 02 Dec 20

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