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DFW Indoor Air Quality Solutions

Integrity Air Conditioning has indoor air quality solutions for your Dallas TX home.


Integrity Air Conditioning has indoor air quality solutions! We install whole house air cleaners, seal and repair ductwork and provide A/C Tune Ups, Furnace Maintenance and HVAC maintenance.

Recommended: Annual A/C Tune Ups and Furnace Tune Ups

High efficiency whole house air cleaners will keep your HVAC equipment and indoor air clean, lower utility bills, and lengthen equipment life. 98% of all airborne particles are too small for even the best disposable filter to collect. Replacing your filter with a high efficiency air cleaner will protect your heating and cooling equipment while improving the quality of air in your home

“Indoor air can be 2-5 times – and as much as 100 times – more polluted than outside air.”
– Environmental Protection Agency

“50% of all illnesses are either caused by, or aggravated by, polluted indoor air.”
– American College of Allergists

“l/8th of an inch of dirt and dust build-up on the blower wheel can reduce airflow by up to 30%.”
– Texas A&M Study

Importance of Indoor Air Quality – Winter and Summer

In the months Dallas residents spend most of their time indoors, indoor air quality is very important. As we spend much of our time indoors in winter and summer, the air we breathe in our homes, schools, and offices can put us at risk for health problems. See Indoor Air Quality FAQs.

With modern sealed building construction, the air inside homes is re-circulated. Homes are sealed tighter and more resistant to leaks from outdoor air. This is good overall – no one wants a house with multiple cold drafts!

As a result, today more people are concerned the air quality inside their home. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) studies show that levels of air pollution inside the home are often two to five times higher than outdoor levels. Poor indoor air quality is associated with various health problems; including eye irritation, headaches, allergies and respiratory problems such as asthma.

Indoor Air Pollution Affects Central Air System Performance

Dirt and mold growth inside your heating and cooling system can affect equipment performance and lead to increased utility bills, in addition to potential health concerns.

Indoor air pollutants can be chemicals, gases, and living organisms like mold and insect pests. Some pollutants cause health problems such as sore eyes, burning in the nose and throat, headaches, or fatigue.

Indoor Air Pollution and Allergies

Integrity Air Conditioning – Indoor Air Quality for Allergies Other pollutants cause or worsen allergies, respiratory illnesses (such as asthma), heart disease, cancer, and other serious long-term conditions. Individual pollutants can be toxic. At high concentrations, carbon monoxide can cause death.

Poorly designed and installed HVAC systems can lead to comfort and air quality problems.

Homes with properly designed HVAC systems have correct system sizing for the square footage, well-designed and sealed ductwork and HVAC installation and whole-house air filtration to dilute and remove indoor pollutants.

For example, if the drain from your central air conditioning system was not installed correctly or is clogged – water can accumulate and cause mold build-up; or even begin to flood the flooring in your home.

Pest Management and Indoor Air Quality

Residue from pests – such as rodents, dust mites, and cockroaches – can trigger allergy and asthma episodes. Wood-eating insects, such as termites, can quickly destroy a homeowner’s most valuable investment: your house!

Dallas Ductwork Repair and Sealing

Integrity Air Conditioning provides a first-line defense against ductwork problems by fully sealing, repaired and caulking ductwork. When needed, we replace aging and disintegrating ductwork. To remain healthy, no one should breathe air that consists of particles and dust from dissolving or poorly sealed ductwork.

Indoor Air Pollutants

Pollutants that can affect air quality in a home fall into the following categories: Particulate and Gaseous.

Particulate air pollutants include dust, smoke, pollen, animal dander, tobacco smoke, particles generated from combustion appliances such as cooking stoves. Gaseous pollutants come from combustion processes. Sources include gas cooking stoves, vehicle exhaust and tobacco smoke.

Particle Pollutants can be:

  • dust
  • dust mites feces
  • skin flakes
  • pet dander
  • molds
  • bacteria
  • viruses
  • hair – pet and human

Gaseous Pollutants come from:

  • building materials
  • furnishings
  • Use of chemical products such as: adhesives
  • paints
  • varnishes
  • cleaning products
  • pesticides

Poor Indoor Air Quality Impacts Central Air Systems, causing:

  • Increased energy bills
  • Clogged coils
  • High utility bills. Studies by utility companies and an independent university test show that an improperly maintained and dirty HVAC system can increase your utility payments by as much as 40%.

Solace Air Whole House Polarized-Media Air Cleaners

Solace Air Polarized-Media Air Cleaners remove even the smallest sub micron particles that are otherwise absorbed into our lungs and bloodstreams to trigger asthma attacks and allergy symptoms.

We install the Solace Air Whole House Polarized-Media Air Cleaners directly into the 1” filter rack(s) in your existing heating and cooling system. Its electronically enhanced media combines elements of both electronic and media air cleaners. Particles are electrically charged (polarized) and then collected in the high efficiency media. Polarized sub-micron particles join with other particles and are collected on subsequent passes.

This system does not created charged ionized particles that stick to walls and furniture; and cause lung irritation.


No costly ductwork modifications required.

Connects directly to R and C terminals on most furnace control boards.


97% efficient at .3 microns.

Efficiency increases as the media fibers load.


Patented activated-carbon center screen is effective in removing cigarette smoke, pollen, dust, odors, and other contaminants.


Low static pressure drop lets the blower run efficiently.

Power consumption is about the same as a 40-watt light bulb.

Solace Air UVC System with Polarized Media Air Cleaner

The Solace Air Germicidal UVC Lamp Model SLA-401H is a whole house system that installs directly into the central heating and cooling system ductwork or plenum. The high intensity Dual-Radiant™ UVC “H” Lamp disinfects the air by neutralizing airborne pathogens such as bacteria, viruses and mold. According to the EPA, the combined use of advanced filtration (Solace Air Polarized-Media Air Cleaners) and germicidal UVC light is an effective means of preventing the distribution of airborne viruses in occupied spaces.

The best air quality solutions address the causes rather than symptoms, using a whole-house indoor air cleaning strategy. Your heating and cooling system moves over I million cubic feet of air everyday through your home. This is the perfect place to address indoor air quality challenges using products designed to specifically address the three types of airborne contaminants. A whole-house air cleaning system that cleans, disinfects, and deodorizes your home 24 hours a day is much more effective than units designed for just a room or two.

Backed by over 30 years of experience and proven success in the engineering of both residential and commercial indoor air cleaning systems, Solace Air has the experts that professional HVAC contractors rely on to address your indoor air quality needs. Solace Air products are designed to support the proper air flow and high intensity air cleaning that controls sub-micron particles, biological and gas phase contaminants.

A/C and Furnace Maintenance Important to Indoor Air Quality

Did You Know?

If not cleaned regularly, the condensate drain pan can accumulate mold and spread it through your entire house!

To maintain best indoor air quality, schedule A/C and Furnace Maintenance. See our Current Coupon Specials.

To keep your central air and furnace system clean and running at peak efficiency – have your indoor cooling coil checked annually; and your time-release condensate drain pan treatment changed a minimum of once a year to keep standing water in the drain pan bacteria-free and odor-free.

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