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. Aloha Aire Heating & Cooling has the solutions to make you home’s air safer and healthier. Call us today at (903) 832-5642 to schedule an appointment to discuss which solutions will best fit your home.

What Contributes to Poor Indoor Air Quality?

Particulates: Airborne particles in the home can build up to unhealthy levels due to excessive particulate sources, ventilation issues, or dirt and dust tracked into the home.

Chemicals: Products used in homes, including furnishings, building materials, and cleaning products can emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into the air.

Carbon Dioxide: Common household activities or homes that do not have adequate ventilation can contribute to a build-up of carbon dioxide inside a home.

Temperature: Steady temperatures keep your home more comfortable. Fluctuating temperatures can be the result of structural causes or heating and cooling system issues.

Relative Humidity: Relative humidity in your home should be near 50% when possible. Inadequate ventilation or improperly sized system can cause humidity levels to fluctuate.

Carbon Monoxide: Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas produced by combustion. Monitoring carbon monoxide levels is an important safety issue.

Aloha Aire can test the indoor air quality of your home and provide practical suggestions on identifying, preventing, and resolving indoor air quality problems.

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


  • While Home Dehumidifiers

    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 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.

  • Whole Home Humidifier

    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.

  • UV Lights

    Residential ultraviolet units have been independently tested and proved to be effective in the constantly moving air environments of heating and cooling systems, killing mold and bacteria quickly and effectively.