Indoor Air Quality Services in Southwest Georgia

Breathe Easy With Indoor Air Quality Systems in Southwest GA

Homes built over the last two decades are much tighter than those built previously, allowing for greater energy efficiency. As a result, however, fresh air exchange is more limited—and polluted air can become trapped inside your home or business. This leads to an increase in airborne sickness and an exacerbation of allergies and asthma. Harrell King Heating & Air technicians specialize in indoor air quality solutions that preserve the health and safety of your family, personnel, and guests.

To schedule a consultation and learn how to improve your indoor air quality call 229-243-8040 or contact our Southwest Georgia HVAC specialists online now!

Indoor Air Quality Systems We Install in Thomasville, Bainbridge & Surrounding Areas

Using HEPA air filters, ultraviolet light purification systems, and electrostatic particulate collection, our team improves air quality and helps defend against common colds, viruses, and allergies.

Whole-House HEPA Filters

Chances are you’ve heard of HEPA filters before. This is a term you’ll often see when researching vacuum cleaners or air purifiers. HEPA filters, or High-Efficiency Particulate Air filters, are created and tested to follow the current HEPA filter standard. These filters remove at least 99.97 percent of particles 0.3-microns in diameter from the air that passes through the filter. Obviously, that’s the majority of the pollutants in the air—which is why HEPA filters are considered some of the best in the business!

If you’re interested in removing 99.97 percent of the pollutants (like mold, bacteria, dust, dander, and more) from your home’s indoor air, then a whole-house HEPA filtration system is the ideal choice for you. These systems work in conjunction with your HVAC system, so they filter the warm or cool air from your heating or cooling system as it passes through your home.

UV Light Air Purifiers

If you’re primarily worried about the germs in your home, an ultraviolet light air purification system might be for you! These UV air purifiers zap any airborne bacteria, mold, or contaminants to keep your home as healthy as possible. These systems are installed directly into your HVAC system, where microbes and odors can be eliminated consistently as air is circulated through the rooms in your home.

Yes, we said odors! UV air purifiers can remove unwanted scents from the air by turning the odor-causing molecules into water vapor and CO2. That’s in addition to removing unwanted allergens and bacteria from the air in your home to keep your family healthy.

Are you wondering why indoor air quality is so important? Let us explain! Dial 229-243-8040 or contact our Southwest Georgia IAQ experts online now to learn more.

Electrostatic Air Filters

Electrostatic filters are washable and are intended to be “forever filters,” meaning they’ll never need to be replaced, but just cleaned regularly. These filters use multiple layers of ventilated metal, which your home’s indoor air passes through. When it passes through the first layer of metal ventilation, molecules in the air (like bacteria, allergens, dander, and more) will become positively charged by the friction against the metal. Then, those positively charged molecules will stick themselves to the next few layers of metal ventilation, as the clean air continues to pass through. This is the process of electrostatic air filtration, which traps dust and other unwanted contaminants in this filter rather than floating around in your home!

The major benefit of these types of filters is their cost. Since they never have to be replaced, they’re much easier on your wallet than replaceable air filters, so they’re able to keep your home clean at a lower price, as long as you’re okay with washing off the dust and contaminants from the filter every month or so.

iWave-R Air Purifier

Harrell King Heating & Air offers many professional solutions that create a much healthier environment inside your home. One of the most successful indoor air quality products we offer is the iWave-R Air Purifier. The iWave-R is the world’s first self-cleaning, no maintenance indoor air quality product designed specifically for treating the air in residential duct AC systems. It’s designed to purify the air in the entire home as opposed to systems that only treat the air in single rooms. Without producing ozone or other harmful byproducts, the iWave-R can:

  • Eliminate mold, bacteria, and viruses
  • Reduce allergens, smoke, and static electricity
  • Control odors from cooking, pets, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs)

Whether you suffer from allergies or just want to eliminate odors such as cigarette smoke or chemical smells, the iWave-R is the ultimate in indoor air quality solutions.

Call 229-243-8040 to learn more about our air cleaners and purifiers today!

Which Indoor Air Quality System is Right for Your Georgia Home?

If you’re not sure which of these indoor air quality solutions is the right choice for you, our team at Harrell King Heating & Air can help! Our skilled, factory-trained technicians will help you identify the right system for your home based on your needs, lifestyle, and budget. We’ll work with you throughout the installation process to make sure that you’re completely satisfied, then we’ll provide maintenance and repair services for the remainder of your new system’s lifespan.

Schedule your 30-minute no obligation, risk-free indoor air quality analysis to determine which system is the right choice for your family.

HVAC Services Fit for a King

Delivering incomparable service that’s rare in our industry, our family-owned company is honest, fair, and client-focused. When you choose Harrell King Heating & Air, you can expect:

  • Prompt arrivals from respectful, uniformed technicians
  • Well-maintained, stocked vehicles
  • Competitive pricing tailored to your budget
  • Industry-leading brands & equipment
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed

To schedule a consultation, request an emergency repair or speak to a Harrell King Heating & Air team member, call 229-243-8040 or contact our Southwest Georgia indoor air quality specialists online now.

Indoor Air Quality FAQs


What are the benefits of updating my home's air quality system?

Improving your air quality system can reduce the risk of health problems for you, your family, and your pets, reduce the odds of pests infesting your home, discourage the growth of mold and mildew, keep your electronics and mechanical devices working without problems, and more. To say nothing of simple improvements to your comfort!


How can I check the air quality in my home?

There are countless devices that can give you some idea of what sort of air quality you have, each measuring different factors. You might check the humidity of your home, the concentration of VOCs, or any number of other likely contaminants you might be concerned about. Instead of buying or renting a bunch of equipment, however, it’s usually best to let our team analyze your home either as a discrete trip or during a visit for maintenance or another HVAC issue.



Don’t I already have a filter I change each month?

Your standard HVAC air filter certainly can work to filter debris from your ventilation, but it can only go so far. If you’re using a standard filter, you may not be removing much more than large dust particles; enough to improve allergies a little, but it mostly serves to keep your HVAC system from breaking down from dust accumulation. More advanced filters can remove far more from the air…but still not as much as dedicated filtration solutions. And no filter will touch on humidity problems, or microbes too small for filtration—you’ll need special solutions for those.


What is a VOC?

VOC stands for volatile organic compound, which refers to a class of organic compounds that are emitted as gasses from certain solids or liquids. These are usually found in your gas as fumes resulting from household cleaners, the off-gassing of various building materials, and the like. They can be very dangerous to your health in common household concentrations; as the name suggests, they’ll react with the organic chemicals of your body quite easily, which can have all sorts of effects.


Will improving indoor air quality make me healthier?

Problems caused by poor indoor air quality can vary from subtle improvements, of the sort where you won’t notice that it helped you avoid problems you’d have otherwise had, to significant ones, like resolving insomnia or significantly reducing allergies. How big of a change you see will be very dependent on your current air quality and how susceptible you are to overt symptoms, but your health might be at risk even if everything seems fine.

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