Air Quality

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Indoor Air Quality

Ductwork • Air Filters • Clean Air

How Can I Improve The Quality Of The Air In My Home?

There is no one “best” way to improve your homes IAQ. The best advice is not to be on your guard for experts that recommend a cure before diagnosing the problem. IAQ problems may originate from many different sources. Before we get into some specific steps to take, let’s take a look at some potential sources that can cause problems.

Air and Duct Leaks
Carbon Monoxide
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Home sealing became popular during the energy crises in the early 70’s. The 1970’s cure for quickly rising energy costs quickly lead to “dirty sock syndrome.” IAQ problems were divided into three categories, Particles, Germs, and Gasses. The caused and the solutions to each category of problem vary.

The right answer is not always a better filtration system, a UV light, or any of the popular IAQ gizmos. The first step is to consult with an AirOne professional who can help identify the cause of the IAQ problem.

If your Indoor Air Quality problem is the same as your Outdoor Air Quality problem, the seasonal pollen allergies common to the Central Texas area, a good indoor air filter is the first place to start.

AirOne Air conditioning carries a complete line of whole house air treatment options to clean, deodorize and disinfect the air in your home.

Step 1

The First and most important step is to make sure your system is installed and operating correctly. Poorly installed or maintained systems can reduce indoor air quality by

1) introducing unfiltered air into your Buda HVAC system

2) ignoring various conditions which create an environment for the growth of molds inside the air handler and duct system

3) equipment that fails to maintain proper indoor humidity levels.

Step 2

The Second and most cost effective step is to invest in a quality air filtration Buda HVAC system. The precise level of air filtration that’s right for you depends on the sensitivity level of those living in the home.

The minimum level of air filtration should be designed to keep your heating and air conditioning system clean. Design considerations must account for an adequate filter face area for the air flow resistance of the filter.

The medium level of air filtration should be designed to eliminate allergen particles like pollen, mold spores & pet dander.

For the maximum level of air filtration, consider electronic air cleaners designed to remove allergen particles as small as bacteria and respirable dust.

Step 3

REME – The Ultimate solution for homes with occupants with severe to moderately severe respiratory problems. Many homes require solutions that must go beyond the limits of air filtration. Reme technology type indoor air quality systems are often found in heath care facilities and where groups of people are confined in restricted spaces for prolonged periods of time.

Indoor air quality (IAQ) can have an important impact on your health as indoor air can be 5x more polluted than outside air. Your air ducts and heating and cooling equipment could be housing and spreading bacteria, virus, mold, dust mites, pet dander, and more. But don't panic. AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning has the solutions to make your home's air safer and healthier. Call us today at (512) 392-0022 to schedule an appointment to discuss which solutions will best fit your home.

Our IAQ Solutions:


In order to make a room comfortable in hot, humid climates, an air conditioner must lower the indoor humidity level as well as the air temperature. If an air conditioner fails to lower the humidity adequately, the air will be cool but will feel uncomfortably damp.

Duct Cleaning

Dirt, mold, bugs, mites, and other stuff are all living in your duct system. We can get rid of it all with our duct cleaning process.

High-Efficiency Filters

Most heating and cooling systems still use a basic air filter. There are several types of permanent air filters available in various efficiencies that can help you filter the air in your home.


With the proper level of humidity in your home, you will feel more comfortable and breathe easier. You can eliminate that dry eye, nose, and throat feeling you have when you wake up in the morning.

We offer the following air treatment solutions for:

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