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Indoor Air Quality



If you performed hired professional air quality testing services for your home right now, you might be surprised to find that the indoor air quality in Charlotte, NC can be worse than the outdoor air quality. Possibly 4 to 5 times as contaminated - just think of what you are taking into your lungs! Americans spend about 65-75% of their time inside their homes, and many of them are blissfully unaware of the contaminants they are regularly breathing in.


Maintaining proper moisture levels, ensuring adequate ventilation, and removing contaminants from the air can significantly improve your home's environment. Our team will begin by performing indoor air quality testing, and then developing a clear game-plan to remove contaminants and get the air in your home to safe levels.

Some of the most common reasons for compromised indoor air quality in the average Charlotte, NC home are:

  • Chemical residue from furniture and construction

  • Tobacco smoke

  • Dust and dust mites

  • Pollen

  • Cleaning products

  • Mold spores

  • Cooking residues

Keeping your air purified is important to help eliminate these dangerous particles. Your home should be the safest place for your family, and that’s why Exact Temp Heating & Cooling, Inc offers a whole-house air filtration system for your home! This unit can remove up to 99.98% of the particles listed above.


Call today for Air Quality Testing in your Charlotte, NC home, and our team of HVAC experts will make sure you’re on the road to a cleaner environment.

6 HVAC Devices

that can improve your home air quality.

Air Cleaners

They capturing pollen, pet dander, smoke, bacteria, and

even airborne pathogens. 

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UV Lamps

It kills harmful bacteria and mold before they have the

chance to enter your air supply.

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Pull in fresh air while expelling stale air with each cycle,

get rid of that stuffy feeling.

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Adds moisture to the air via either steam or water vapor.

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Whole-Home Dehumidifier

It pulls moisture from the air. Perfect for areas of the home that are prone to dampness.

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Carbon Monoxide Alarms

A carbon monoxide alarm can safely detect this dangerous gas and alert your family.

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