Indoor Air Quality Services in Cincinnati, OH & Covington, KY
Leading Indoor Air Quality Services in Cincinnati, Ohio & Northern Kentucky
We’ve been leading the industry for indoor air quality (IAQ) in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Northern Kentucky (including Covington!) for years, and we would love to help you breathe easier!
Indoor Air Quality Services in Cincinnati & Covington
No matter your IAQ needs, our Cincinnati and Covington indoor air quality experts help with:
- Air filtration systems
- Air purifiers
- Duct cleaning services
- And more!
The ideal comfort range for a home is between 35% and 50% relative humidity, but most homes are nowhere near this! A whole-home humidifier can help maintain that perfect range, helping you save on cost, stress, and comfort loss.
At Schneller Knochelmann, our indoor air quality team offers humidity control solutions throughout Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, including Covington!
The air in your Cincinnati home carries all the same allergens, dust, pollen, and mold as outdoor air. Except in your home, that air has nowhere to go! Over time, this accumulates into poor indoor air quality, making it hard to breathe easily and even contributing to health risks.
Schneller Knochelmann’s indoor air quality team installs air cleaners in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky homes.
Filters are great for getting rid of dust and harmful particles, but air purification is best when it comes to bacteria and mold control.
Our UV light air purifiers eliminate the vast majority of mold spores and considerably reduce the amount of illness-causing bacteria by sterilizing air as it circulates through your Covington home’s HVAC system.
Contact the leading indoor air quality specialists in Cincinnati!
The quality of your ductwork is a huge factor in your Cincinnati home’s indoor air quality and utility bills. As members of the National Comfort Institute, our indoor air quality specialists can analyze your airflow and ductwork to ensure your conditioned air is working for you.
We can test your ductwork and recommend the best way to ensure your ductwork is sealed properly and distributing air correctly.
UV light from the sun naturally controls airborne microorganisms. However, your AC system has many dark, damp spaces where mold and bacteria can grow.
An ultraviolet light installed above your indoor air conditioning coil works 24/7 to destroy those microorganisms circulating through your system.
Schneller Knochelmann’s indoor air quality specialists install programmable thermostats in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, including Covington. We install:
- Seven-day thermostats
- 5/2 day thermostats
- Touchscreen thermostats
We can help you improve the indoor air quality of your Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky home.
Call the IAQ specialists at 513.407.4424 or 859.757.1877 for indoor air quality services for your Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky home, including Newport, Fort Thomas, and Covington, KY.
Schedule Indoor Air Quality Services With Schneller Knochelmann
When you need help improving your indoor air quality so you and your family can breathe freely, choose the team at Schneller Knochelmann. We believe the customer comes first and that you deserve work you find 100% satisfying — and if you don’t, you don’t pay.
That belief has led us to multiple awards for excellent service, including the Angi 2019 Super Service Award and the BBB Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.
Ready to start turning your home into an oasis of clean air? Call one of our numbers or contact us online to schedule a visit!
Frequently Asked Questions
When humidity is too high or low, it contributes to several health issues, including making you more susceptible to airborne illness, but that’s only part of the problem.
High humidity can cause water damage in your home, attract pests, and jeopardize your health. These problems can make it more expensive or impossible to keep your home comfortable.
Air purification neutralizes particles through a few different mechanisms. Some particles can be so damaged that they simply break up while others maintain their physical structure, but they can no longer function and, thus, can’t get you sick or start a colony in your house.
Poor indoor air quality contains a strong blend of viruses, bacteria, organic chemical residues, mold spores, pollen, dust, and other contaminants. As a result, you’ll have allergy problems more often, get sick more often, and even have a higher risk of serious illness like cancer or chronic health issues like insomnia.