Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality Services in Edmond

Oklahoma City’s Air Quality & Ductwork Experts, at Your Service

Did you know the Environmental Protection Agency has identified 5 dangers associated with home air quality? These dangers range from carbon monoxide and micro-organisms to allergens and even toxic compounds from building materials and cleaning products.

If you’re concerned about breathing in toxins associated with mold, carbon monoxide, pet dander and other nasty stuff, then give Prudhom a call. Our professionals can install the latest air quality systems, rid your ducts of allergy-causing dust mite feces, and dramatically improve the quality of air you breathe in your home.

All of our air quality services include:

  • Upfront, honest pricing
  • Informative, friendly technicians
  • 100% satisfaction—guaranteed

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ – We’re rated 5 out of 5 on Google

 
 

Purifiers and Humidifiers

Air Purifiers

  • Proudly installing Lennox Pureair systems
  • Low- and no-interest financing available
  • 1-year labor warranties for all system installations
  • Experienced technicians to help you
 

Humidifiers

  • Whole-home humidification systems by Aprilaire
  • Low- to no-interest financing available
  • 1-year labor warranties on all system installations

Ductwork Services

Duct Repairs

  • Same-day service on most duct repairs
  • 1-year labor warranties for all duct repairs
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee

Duct Installation

  • Low- to no-interest financing available
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed
  • 1-year labor warranties

Duct Sealing

  • Most duct sealing jobs completed same-day
  • 1-year labor warranties for all duct sealing projects
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed
 
 
 

Can’t find the service you need?

Contact us online or call us at (405) 285-5757 and we’ll let you know if we offer the service you need. (Most likely, we do!)

 

Why invest in indoor air quality products?

Did you know that the air inside most homes is more dangerous the the air outside due to how insulated and enclosed most modern homes are? Check out this video to learn more about the EPA’s 5 indoor air quality categories of concern.