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Did you know the air inside your home or business can be making you sick? Indoor air pollution is now considered to be one of the top five environmental health risks in the nation. Poor indoor air quality can be much more than irritating. It can lead to the development of infections or even serious disease.

At Summers™ Plumbing Heating & Cooling (Granger), our knowledgeable technicians are aware of the hidden hazards associated with indoor air pollution. Our highly skilled home and business air quality professionals can evaluate your needs and provide safe and cost-effective options to help you breathe easier. For more than 40 years, we have been offering effective solutions to our customers to achieve comfort in their home.

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Breathing: an action so autonomous hardly anyone thinks about it, especially not at home. Everyone knows how essential breathing is to life, but not everyone realizes the full impact the air they breathe can have on their overall health, including the air they breathe inside their own homes while cooking, cleaning, spending time with family, and sleeping. The quality of the indoor air people breathe is so important that polluted indoor air has been identified by the Environmental Protection Agency as a serious hazard to a person’s health. 

Because of this, having good indoor air quality is extremely important. For homeowners in Granger, IN, looking to improve the quality of air inside their home, Summers Plumbing Heating and Cooling is ready to provide a wide range of solutions to fit their budgets and needs. With more than 50 years in the field, our HVAC technicians have the experience necessary to help you start breathing easier.


While sometimes air pollution is incredibly obvious, like the presence of smoke or smog, other times the particulates affecting air quality are so small they can’t be seen. Some such particulates create minor inconveniences, like a near-constant need to dust within the home, while others can affect the health of those who breathe them in day in and day out. These more impactful particulates can cause problems for anyone but pose an increased risk for individuals who are elderly, children, immunosuppressed individuals, and those who suffer from chronic respiratory conditions like asthma.


  • Coughing and sneezing
  • Sore throats
  • Dry or cracking skin
  • Chapped lips
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Difficulty breathing and shortness of breath
  • Dry, red, or watering eyes
  • Congestion 

Many of the symptoms are shared with common illnesses like colds, so attributing them to poor indoor air quality may seem like a leap. However, most of those common illnesses resolve themselves within a week. If these symptoms are lasting longer than a week or two, there’s a good chance that subpar indoor air quality is the real culprit. 


Summers Plumbing Heating and Cooling have many services on offer that all work towards the goal of bettering the air homeowners and their families are breathing every day. Each of these methods is effective in and of itself, but for real improvements, homeowners should consider using them in conjunction with each other for a well-rounded approach to air pollutant removal.


Much of the air people breathe at home travels through the air ducts that connect to their forced air systems, like air conditioning and heat. These ducts are prime real estate for dust and debris to settle, especially during transitional seasons when forced air systems are not running often, meaning no air is flowing through the ducts to disturb those particles. When those systems do come on, dust and other particulates can be blown throughout the home, settling on surfaces and being inhaled. Particulates that are not inhaled are often recaptured and sent back through the system.

During an inspection and cleaning, our HVAC technicians will use specialized equipment to remove dust and debris from deep within a home’s air ducts. They will also try to identify and seal any leaks in the ducts that can serve as an additional entry point for pollutants. In addition to cleaning the air ducts, we can also clean out dryer vents, which tend to collect lint, pet dander, and other particulates. This doesn’t only contribute to better air quality; removing lint build-up can help protect against a devastating house fire.

Regular duct and vent cleaning can have a major impact on the overall quality of air inside a home. 


Most homeowners know about the air filters that come as part of their forced air systems, but not many remember to clean and replace them on the right schedule, even though this simple piece of routine maintenance is one of the easiest ways to make sure the air in a home is clean.

Over time, the air filters in a forced-air system will become clogged with dirt and debris. The fuller they become, the less effective they are at filtering the air. Extremely clogged filters obstruct airflow and can put a strain on air conditioning units and furnaces that can affect their lifespans.

HVAC technicians from Summers can help clean existing filters and replace ones if needed.



Humidity levels inside a home have can have far-reaching effects. When humidity is too high, it creates an ideal environment for mold and mildew, which can damage house structures and also cause respiratory illnesses. Air that’s too dry can lead to cracked skin and irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat. 

Summers Plumbing Heating and Cooling have whole-home humidifying and de-humidifying solutions that are installed to work alongside a home’s existing HVAC system. This means these systems are low maintenance, with no need to empty or fill water tanks.


The standard air filters that go into forced air systems can usually only collect the largest of particles, leaving small particles like mold spores, viruses, and bacteria-free to float through the air. Advanced filtration systems specially designed to capture and eliminate these particulates are available and can be added to existing filtration systems to provide comprehensive air purification. 


Every technician that works with Summers Plumbing Heating and Cooling receives thorough training and carries all the certifications, licenses, and insurance so you can feel confident that all the work being done in your home is being performed per local rules and regulations.

If you’re ready to start improving the air inside your home, give us a call today!

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Dynamic Air Filter

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$ 50 Off! This Month Only
  • Improved Indoor Air Quality
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Extended HVAC System Life

Guardian UV Light

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$ 75 Off! This Month Only
  • Effective Germ and Pathogen Reduction
  • Improved Indoor Air Quality
  • HVAC System Maintenance

Humidifier Install

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$ 50 Off! This Month Only
  • Improved Indoor Air Quality
  • Relief from Respiratory Issues
  • Aids in Allergy Management


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