Are you dealing with chronic sinus issues, or have you noticed an unpleasant musty smell in the air? Most homeowners are unaware of the importance of excellent air quality in Homestead. With the Floridian humidity, mold and mildew spores can quickly spread, causing a variety of ailments.
Don't worry about your health any longer.
Direct Air Conditioning, LLC, has been providing Homestead air quality services since 1995. We'll send our highly trained technicians out to assess the air inside your property and come up with an efficient solution. You can count on us to help with:
You'll be surprised at the lengths we go to ensure your air ducts are completely clear of unwanted dust, mold, and mildew. Our technicians will examine your ductwork and thoroughly clean them of debris that can host allergy aggravating spores.
How do we do it?
We use negative pressure vacuum systems and air compressor powered cleaning tools to loosen dirt and debris from inside your ductwork. When finished, our technicians apply antimicrobial chemicals to the ducts and vents to prevent the future growth of bacteria. Instantly improve the home environment with our air duct cleaning services.
If the ductwork is clean, then you may want to keep the HVAC system from pulling in and redistributing unwanted allergens from outside. We offer quick and easy installation of air purification systems in Homestead. Our team can even offer same-day air purification services, so you start breathing better right away. Allow our technicians to sit down with you to go over the options and your budget for a new air purifier.
Why are you waiting any longer to make a dramatic change in your air quality and health? Get started with a free consultation with a professional Homestead indoor air quality technician. As a BBB accredited company, Direct Air Conditioning, LLC will put the focus on your needs and schedule when it comes to our air purification services. You can also fill out our easy contact form to request a free quote for installation of any of our HVAC systems today.