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Fulton County Indoor Air Quality

Premier Air Quality Service in Fulton County

Indoor air pollution is considered one of the biggest health hazards as you spend most of your time in your home. You want to make sure the air you breathe is clean and free of pathogens that can cause respiratory illnesses. Furthermore, removing airborne debris often helps decrease symptoms of allergies and asthma.

Allen's Family Heating & Cooling prioritizes the health of your family. Our indoor air quality specialists give you the tools you need to keep your air clean and easy to breathe.

Design an efficient indoor air quality system in the Mohawk Valley by calling  
(518) 380-2485.

Offering Single-Unit & Whole-Home Filtration Options

Each air quality system can be tailored to fit the specific needs of your home. Some families only require a standalone unit, which cleans the air in one room at a time. This cost-effective method is portable and convenient for smaller homes that don't run their air conditioner frequently. This air quality system will allow homeowners to save on needing to maintain or repair their AC unit.


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  • Professional Technicians

    Our technicians are highly trained, friendly, and always on time.

  • Decades of Experience & Skill

    We're committed to superior customer satisfaction and service.

  • Quality Backed by Warranties

    We quality check our work & offer warranties for your protection.

  • 24-Hour Emergency Services

    Our team is ready to help you out whenever you need a hand.

How can you improve indoor air quality


  • Humidifiers - Add moisture to the air to weigh down and eliminate airborne debris and pathogens.
  • Dehumidifiers - Prevent the buildup of moisture in the home that causes mold and mildew growth.
  • UV light systems - These lights kill germs, mold spores, and viruses. 

The Healthy Climate Pure Air Demo

Filter Air Flow and Pressure Drop Demo

Healthy Climate Solutions

At Allen's Family Heating & Cooling, we enjoy designing home heating and cooling systems that keep you comfortable. We can help you make informed decisions about the air quality system that best fits the needs of your household.

Request a free estimate for your Mohawk Valley indoor air quality system by calling us or filling out our online form.

Indoor Air Quality FAQ

What factors contribute to indoor air pollution?

  • Indoor air pollution can result from various sources, including household cleaning products, tobacco smoke, pet dander, mold, and inadequate ventilation. Understanding these factors helps in mitigating indoor air quality issues.

How can I improve indoor air quality in my home?

  • Improving indoor air quality involves regular cleaning, proper ventilation, using air purifiers, minimizing the use of pollutants, and maintaining optimal humidity levels. Consulting with an HVAC professional for system assessments is also beneficial.

What are common symptoms of poor indoor air quality?

  • Symptoms include respiratory issues, allergies, headaches, fatigue, and irritation of the eyes, nose, or throat. Identifying and addressing these symptoms can be indicative of an indoor air quality problem.

How often should I have indoor air quality testing conducted?

  • The frequency of testing depends on factors such as the age of the home, potential sources of pollutants, and existing health concerns. Generally, testing every 2-3 years or when experiencing noticeable issues is recommended.

Can indoor plants help improve air quality?

  • Yes, certain indoor plants can help improve air quality by absorbing pollutants and releasing oxygen. Plants such as spider plants, snake plants, and peace lilies are known for their air-purifying properties. However, they should be complemented with other measures for comprehensive improvement.