Indoor Air Quality System Installation & Repair Services in Santa Cruz, Marin, Santa Clara, and Sonoma

Call Bellows Plumbing, Heating & Air at 877-477-7151 today for professional Santa Cruz, Marin, Santa Clara, and Sonoma for air quality system installation and repair. We will send an experienced technician to your residence to assess the situation and offer a cost-effective solution. We also offer indoor air quality testing with reports and analysis completed by Air Advice. 

If you’ve heard that the air inside your home is often dirtier than the outdoor air, you’re not alone. Several studies have demonstrated that the air outside can be up to five times cleaner than the air you breathe in your home every day and all night long.

When you consider the fact that the air inside your house is recycled over and over again, especially when the windows are closed, these studies tend to make sense.

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Common Air Pollutants in the home
Indoor Air Quality can be improved with a proper HVAC system and filtration

Why Your Indoor Air Must Be Clean

Whether you leave your home every day for work or not, you still probably spend most of your time inside your house. You’re there in the mornings, in the evenings and on weekends, and every night sleeping. If you are breathing contaminants into your lungs during these times, lung problems and other health conditions will develop sooner or later. If possible, you should take the steps necessary to rid your air of any potentially dangerous contaminants, so everyone in your family can breathe easy.

What’s In My Air?

Aside from the standard dust and dirt particles floating around in the air, your home may also have higher than normal levels of radon gas, bacteria, mold spores or carbon monoxide. Whether the foreign material is more of an irritant or dangerous to your health, it shouldn’t be in the air you and your family are breathing on a regular basis. The key is to take action and get your indoor air quality at a point where you can relax and put it out of your mind. We offer UV air sanitizers to provide you with better air quality for your home.

A Simple Test Is All It Takes

All you have to do is make one phone call to request an air quality test and you’ll know what’s in the air and how to go about getting it out of the air. We use Air Advice monitors and reporting to provide detailed indoor air quality information. If you have radon gas seeping into your house from underground rock formations, you’re more susceptible to lung cancer, even if you don’t smoke. Even simple dirt and dust can get into your lungs and esophagus and make it difficult to breathe. You deserve to have the cleanest air possible inside your home, so make the call and have the air tested.

Indoor Air Quality Testing Reports in Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, Marin, & Sonoma County

If you’ve been having trouble with your inside air quality in Santa Cruz, Marin, Santa Clara, or Sonoma, call Bellows Plumbing, Heating & Air at 831-244-6718 today for a quick solution.


Common contaminants found in indoor air include dust and dirt particles, radon gas, bacteria, mold spores, and carbon monoxide. These pollutants can range from being mere irritants to posing serious health risks, affecting the air quality and safety of your living environment.

Yes, poor indoor air quality can significantly affect your respiratory health. Contaminants like dust, mold spores, and chemical vapors can irritate the airways, leading to issues such as asthma, allergies, and other respiratory problems. Prolonged exposure to polluted indoor air can cause or exacerbate lung diseases and affect overall health. 

UV air sanitizers are devices that use ultraviolet (UV) light to kill or inactivate airborne pathogens and microorganisms like bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and allergens, thereby improving indoor air quality. These devices work by pulling air into the unit, where it is exposed to UV-C light. This exposure can disrupt the DNA or RNA of the microorganisms, rendering them harmless or killing them outright. UV air sanitizers are commonly used in various settings, including homes, offices, healthcare facilities, and HVAC systems, to help reduce the spread of airborne diseases and improve overall air cleanliness.