Indoor Air Quality

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On average, we spend 90 percent of our time indoors here in Chesterfield. Unfortunately, indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than the air outside. Knowing this, it’s critical to improve your indoor air quality (IAQ) so you not only maximize your home comfort but also protect your health.

Nobody understands the importance of clean air like our professionals at Chesterfield Service. Poor indoor air quality can result in or worsen asthma and allergies, but improved indoor air can help provide relief from symptoms.


As a leader in the heating, cooling, indoor air quality, plumbing, and appliance repair services industry, we are dedicated to helping you achieve optimal home comfort. We can help improve the air you breathe in your Missouri home. Our services include installation, replacement, repairs, and maintenance for the following:

Air Ducts

For all your air duct installation, replacement, and maintenance needs, turn to Chesterfield Service. Our team of experts takes pride in providing high-quality material and ensuring all ductwork is installed well so you can reach your desired comfort level in your home. Read more about air ducts here.

Air Duct Sealing

Even with proper installation, air duct seals break down over time, causing air to escape. Our professionals can help improve the indoor air quality of your home by properly sealing your ductwork. Our air duct sealing service helps stop leaks, which can lead to decreased indoor air quality. Our Chesterfield Service experts can detect any small holes, seam splits, or other leak issues and expertly seal them for you. Read more about air duct sealing here.

iWave Air Purifier

At Chesterfield Service, we offer the iWave air purifier, which is installed in an air duct of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. It uses specially designed electrodes to release charged particles into the air and then creates both negative and positive ions, which help get rid of pollutants in the air.

Whole-House Humidifiers

Our Chesterfield Service professionals can install, replace, repair, and maintain your whole-house humidifier. If you don’t already have one, it could be essential for your home if your indoor air is too dry and causing problems like upper respiratory symptoms, or even damage to the interior and exterior of your home. If you think adding moisture in the air could be beneficial for your home, speak with our experts to learn more.

Whole-House Dehumidifiers

If your home has the opposite problem and is too moist, then adding a whole house dehumidifier could be exactly what you need. Our experts can install, replace, repair, and maintain your dehumidifier to ensure your home does not retain excess moisture, which could result in mold and negative health consequences.

UV Lights

Protect yourself from germs and contaminants in the air with the help of ultraviolet (UV) light systems. Speak with our professionals to discuss your options today.


Not all symptoms are the same—you may notice different signs of poor indoor air quality depending on the type of contaminant present in your home. Typically, common signs can be mistaken for allergies, the common cold, flu, or stress. These symptoms include coughing, sneezing, dizziness, fatigue, headaches, sore throats, nose bleeds, and upper respiratory congestion.

If you already suffer from asthma, lung problems, or heart disease, poor indoor air quality can worsen the symptoms of your condition.


If you already have these indoor air quality products, it’s essential to have them professionally maintained. You should have your air ducts inspected and sealed in addition to your humidifier and dehumidifier cleaned.

At Chesterfield Service, we help make maintenance be as simple as possible with our service plan maintenance program. Speak to our heating and cooling team about joining our program so you can have routine scheduled maintenance, priority service, and discounted rates on services.

We help you have regular maintenance with our service plan maintenance program, which also provides a list of other benefits.


There are several actions you can take to enhance the indoor air quality of your home. Our experts recommend proper ventilation, as well as adding an iWave air purifier, whole-house humidifier, and whole-house dehumidifier.

Be sure to change the air filter on your HVAC system at least once every three months as well. You can also vacuum, dust, and mop your home on a regular basis to keep dust and debris at bay.

If you don’t have one already, let us install a carbon monoxide detector. Additional actions to take control over contaminants in your air include testing for radon and seeking professional asbestos removal.