Longmont’s HVAC experts offer solutions for healthier homes

AprilAire Air Cleaner

AprilAire Air Cleaner (Photo: SAC Mechanical).

Breathing easy doesn’t always depend on the quality of the air outdoors.

Indeed, for those with respiratory issues – asthma, allergies or other problems – the purity of indoor air can be the deciding factor in how well they’re breathing, even before they step out of the door. That’s why a home’s HVAC system is critical – heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems are the first line of defense for anyone in the house, whether they have breathing issues or not.

The good news is that Longmont residents don’t have to look far afield to find professionals dedicated to offering high-quality, affordable and timely improvements to home HVAC systems. Businesses like Longmont-based SAC Mechanical Heating and Air Conditioning and Carroll Mechanical Systems are experts when it comes to making breathing conditions in homes as pure as possible.

It’s not only a matter of clear vents and powerful air conditioners. These businesses offer solutions to align with Colorado’s specific climate and seasonal conditions. At SAC, technicians have cutting-edge solutions when it comes to improving the air quality across all areas of a home.

Whole Home Humidifier

Whole Home Humidifier (Photo: Shutterstock)

“We at SAC Mechanical truly believe that having a whole home air purification system is key to improving the health of all family members and friends in the home, while protecting their investments,” said Aaron Marcus, general manager. “This would include whole home air filtration, whole home air purification, whole home humidification.”

This approach comes through top-tier customer service, as well as offering top-of-the-line HVAC equipment from vendors like Trane, Mitsubishi and Navien.

Carroll Mechanical Systems takes a similar approach when it comes to creating air purification solutions that meet the demands of Colorado, no matter the season. For example, during the state’s coldest months, dry furnace air can trigger respiratory issues for many. That’s why Carroll offers several humidifier systems designed to make indoor air breathable, even as cold weather rages outdoors.

“A humidifier can deliver moisture to your air, making you feel much more comfortable during winter,” Carroll technicians explain. “The EPA claims that you can save up to 4 percent on your heating bill for every degree that you lower your thermostat. (You can) save some money, and increase your level of comfort by adding just the right amount of moisture to your air with a home or office humidifier.”  

By Adam Goldstein, Longmont Magazine