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INDOOR AIR QUALITY

The Importance of Professionally Sealing Plumbing Penetrations

Sealing plumbing penetrations correctly involves skill, experience, and the correct techniques and materials to avoid gaps, cracks and leaks. Plumbing penetrations in a home are the openings to which utility pipes and vents penetrate the roofs, ceiling and walls of homes. Improperly sealed plumbing penetrations can be both costly and dangerous. Some studies show the poorly sealed pipe and plumbing penetrations can cost a home owner hundreds of dollars annually on energy costs.

A Customer-Focused Indoor Air Quality Company

We help deliver relief to those who suffer from allergies and for everyone who is concerned about the quality of the air that they breathe. From our family to yours, we welcome you to experience the customer-focused team at Go Green heating and Cooling, the leading Indoor Air Quality company in the Austin Metro Area, including the communities of:

  • City of Austin
  • Buda
  • Driftwood
  • Dripping Springs
  • Kyle
  • Del Valle
  • Manchaca
  • Pflugerville
  • Round Rock

Complete Indoor Air Quality Services Offered for Austin Residents

We provide comprehensive indoor air quality, and cooling and heating services for our friends and neighbors in the Greater Austin Metropolitan Area and offer comprehensive air treatment solutions for:

  • Allergies
  • Bacteria
  • Chemicals
  • Dust
  • Dust mites
  • Germs
  • Indoor air pollution
  • Mold
  • Odors
  • Organic and inorganic particulates
  • Pet dander
  • Pollen
  • Smoke
  • Viruses

High-Efficiency Filters

Most heating and cooling systems still use a basic air filter as an indoor air quality measure, however, the average filter can only remove 3-5 percent of the particles that pass through it. Today, however, there are several types of modern, permanent air filters that can help alleviate particulates that can cause allergies, asthma, hay fever or other breathing difficulties.

UV Lights

An ultra-violet light system is useful for indoor air quality as eliminating organic contaminants, including bacteria, fungus, mildew, mold and viruses in air ducts, fans, air-handling equipment and HVAC systems.

Surge Protectors

A surge protector will help protect your indoor air quality system and entire HVAC system from potentially damaging electrical surges and spikes, acting as a circuit breaker.

Air Sterilization

Indoor air quality can be significantly improve with complete air sterilization, eliminating toxic bacteria, fungus, mildew, mold and viruses in air ducts, fans, air-handling equipment and HVAC systems through systems, including UV germicidal light systems, electronic air cleaners and ion generators. Additional systems can include activated carbon and special sorbents.

Whole Home Dehumidifiers

To mitigate excessive humidity and to improve indoor air quality, a whole house dehumidifier system can be installed alongside your existing HVAC system. A whole home dehumidifier removes extra water vapor, protecting your home from bacteria, mold, mildew and viruses.

Compressor Savers

It is a fact that the compressor on your HVAC system uses more energy upon starting than any other electrical device in your home. A compressor saver significantly shortens the time the air conditioning and heating system takes to start up, which protects your investment in your HVAC and indoor air quality systems, and saves energy and money.

Programmable Thermostats

The key to a programmable thermostat is its ease of use and programs that monitor your home’s temperature in any season, allowing energy savings from your home comfort and indoor air quality system. The latest smart models with wi-fi technology allow the programmable thermostats to recognize and learn your behavior to modify the programmed settings and let you control the thermostat remotely using your smart phone.

Carbon Monoxide / Smoke Detectors

Carbon monoxide and smoke detectors are a necessary component to a safe HVAC and indoor air quality system. The detectors will alert you and your family to the dangers of gas leaks and fires, preventing potential injuries and death. 

Customers Rank Go Green Heating and Cooling as a Leading Indoor Air Quality Company in Austin

We love our customers, the lifeblood of our business and livelihood. Check out the full five-star reviews from our customers on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/gogreenheatandcool/) , Yelp (https://www.yelp.com/biz/go-green-heating-and-cooling-austin-2) and HomeAdvisor (https://www.homeadvisor.com/sp/go-green-heating-and-cooling), Nearby Now (https://www.nearbynow.co/profile/air-conditioning/go-green-heating-and-cooling-llc) plus our A ratings on Angie’s List ( https://www.angieslist.com/companylist/us/tx/austin/go-green-heating-and-cooling-reviews-5583701.htm).

Go Green Heating and Cooling is an Accredited Business with Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating, the best possible rating any company can receive and with no neutral or negative reviews. All positive.

We support green energy to help the environment as a proud participant in Austin Energy’s Residential Rebates and Incentives Programs. We also are a certified member of the National Comfort Institute, dedicated to solving a wide variety of comfort and safety issues in your home, with a focus upon measurable results and utmost professionalism.

Contact an Austin Indoor Air Quality Company You Can Trust

For comprehensive solutions to indoor air quality, contact the experts at Go Green Heating and Cooling. Call us today to consult with one of our indoor air quality consultants who will help you find the right solutions for your home.