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The Best Indoor Air Quality Services in Charleston, SC

For comprehensive Indoor Air Quality Solutions in Charleston, contact Max’s Fix-it 24/7. Indoor air is often more polluted than outdoor air due to the tight insulation and poor ventilation of modern homes. This can make the home an unsafe environment with allergens or asthma concerns. Protect your home today with duct sealing, humidification installation, or tune-ups to improve your air quality and breathe easier.

Why Max's Fix-it 24/7 for Air Quality Services

As locals, we know that air quality is crucial to any home. Our technicians are available 24 hours a day, including weekends and holidays, to clean and maintain your air systems. Here are some reasons you should trust us to take care of you:

Over 20 years of Experience

With over 20 years of experience, our technicians know how to service every make and model. Their experience also gives them valuable insight that can help you care for your appliances.

Actively Serving Our Community

As locals, we know how uncomfortable the weather can be. That is why our technicians work tirelessly to serve our community and provide you with 24-hour emergency and after hour service to ensure that we are always available to assist you.

Straightforward Pricing

At Max’s Fix-it, we believe in transparency, so we charge a flat rate for the job. All charges will be upfront so you are not blindsided. In addition, we charge a $39 diagnostic fee during business hours and 100 dollars extra after hours.

24/7 Emergency & After-Hours Service

Our specialists are available 24/7 to cater to any emergency you might have. Additionally, we offer After Hours Service, which ensures that you can always reach our specialists at any hour of the day.

Fully Licensed, Bonded, and Insured

Max's Fix-it 24/7 is fully licensed, bonded, and insured to provide your home with a trusted name and protect both our business and your home.

Thoroughly Screened Techs

All of our technicians undergo a rigorous background screening and drug trust to ensure that you receive only the best customer service available.

What is Whole Home Humidification?

A whole-home humidifier is attached to your furnace and can access your home’s duct system. When it is active, it adds a controlled amount of moisture to the air that is then dispersed by the fan in the duct system. The moisture comes in the form of water vapor added to the air and helps prevent dryness. The humidity level can be monitored and controlled through the humidistat, which measures the moisture in the air.

Types of Humidifiers

When installing a new humidifier into your home, you have quite a few options to help improve your indoor air quality. Here are your options:

Bypass Humidifiers

OA bypass humidifier is connected to the air return or air handler and relies on redirected air from the blower motor of the furnace to push warm air through it. The warm air passes through the water panel and absorbs moisture before being redistributed throughout the home. Bypass humidifiers are very quiet and high efficiency, but the method results in a large amount of water waste as humidity is lost as the air travels a fair distance before you receive it.

Fan Powered Humidifiers

A fan-powered humidifier works similarly to a bypass humidifier, except it contains a fan to help blow air throughout the home. This humidifier is much more efficient as it can save up to a gallon of water per day compared to a bypass humidifier, making it well-suited for large homes. Contrarily, fan-powered humidifiers require more maintenance with an additional fan and must be serviced at least twice a year.

Steam Humidifiers

Steam humidifiers add humidity to the air by boiling water, creating steam that goes directly into the air rather than relying on the ductwork. Steam humidifiers provide the quickest and most efficient whole-house humidifiers, but they have the highest initial cost and are difficult to install and maintain. The size and complication of the install mean they are only suited for large homes, and you should consult a professional to see if your home is suited for one.

Air Filtration Systems

Contaminants can still be sucked into your duct system and distributed throughout your house. To handle this issue, you need an air filtration system. For this purpose, you want an electronic air cleaner to eliminate airborne contaminants. Cheaper cleaners do not have enough power to effectively clean the filter, so it’s important to invest in a high-efficiency filter to trap pollen, dust, and bacteria.

Duct Cleaning Services

Your home’s ductwork can trap moisture and create an ideal environment for mold and bacteria growth. Consistent clean-up is recommended, as this will clear dirt, mold, and debris from your duct system. This will result in cleaner air and extend the life of your ductwork as it allows for greater operating efficiency. If your home has an air purification system, schedule duct cleaning today.

What are the signs of an overly dry home?

An overly dry home can irritate your sinuses and dry out your skin. Here are some signs that your home may need to improve its air quality. 

Frequent Static Electricity

Frequent static electricity is the result of dry air. The build-up of electrons when you move around your home will be insulated by the dry air, resulting in frequent electric shocks. 

Chapped Lips and Dry skin

Chapped lips and dry skin resulting from a lack of moisture in the air. This can result in scratching and further skin irritation.

Warping Wood and other material problems

Wood is incredibly vulnerable to sharp changes in the environment. In an overly dry home, wood can warp or crack. Summarily, paint can also chip and begin to break down without the presence of moisture in the air. 

Itchy Throat

Itchy throat, stuffy nose, and sinus issues can make it uncomfortable to sleep or breathe. Dry air can also add to asthma and allergy flare-ups, causing further irritation.  

HVAC Specialists for Indoor Air Quality

Ensure that your air quality is top-notch, and contact Max’s Fix-it 24/7. Our professional technicians will respond quickly and provide top-notch service, whether it’s installing a humidifier or duct cleaner, we will do what it takes to ensure you can breathe easily. At Max’s Fix-it 24/7, we thank you for inviting us into your home, and we will take good care of you.

Water Heater Service Customer Reviews

Zak showed up when they said he would, performed our A/C unit tune up with efficiency, told us what he did, thanked us for choosing Fix-it 24/7 and was on his way.
Christopher Belekis
Christopher Belekis
INCREDIBLE service. We had a 2nd emergency with no water and they arrived within 1 hour. Highly professional.
Nancy Pondelik
Nancy Pondelik
Service Tech very knowledgeable and courteous. Fixed our tankless water heater in minutes
Jim Pascutti
Jim Pascutti
They came out for a preseason inspection and cleaning. The technician was very professional and I feel confident that my system is ready for the summer.
Sean Ham
Sean Ham
Jeff was super friendly and knowledgeable. I will be using Max’s Fix It for all my plumbing and HVAC needs. Highly recommend to anyone and everyone!
Andrew Morales
Andrew Morales
very knowledgeable and professional
Phyllis Stabley
Phyllis Stabley
I Continue to use AirMax now that they are Max’s Fix it. Same great quality customer service and service technicians. Zak was a great and spent a good amount of time ensuring I knew what he was doing. Appreciate the great work.
Nicholas Len
Nicholas Len
Very responsive to our call, showing up on time. While here they were friendly, professional and thorough. We are pleased with the work they did and will definitely use them as our needs arise.
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