Indoor Air Quality Services in Las Vegas, Nevada and Salt Lake City, Utah

One of the concerns we often hear from our customers is about the air quality in their homes. Unfortunately, without knowing it, your health could be affected if you do not take measures to preserve and improve your home's indoor air quality.

YES! provides top-tier indoor air quality services in Las Vegas and Salt Lake City that are tailored to the unique climates of both states. It is not uncommon for the indoor air quality in your Las Vegas or Salt Lake City home to be impacted by the pollutants outside. Common symptoms and pollutants built up in the home:

  • Sore eyes
  • Headaches
  • Respiratory issues
  • Fatigue
  • Burning nose
  • Heart disease
  • Increased allergic reactions

To ensure the air you breathe in your home is not riddled with pollutants and contaminants, turn to our experienced and professional team at YES! Air Conditioning, Heating, Plumbing, and Electric. Our friendly and experienced Las Vegas indoor air quality technicians can help you select the correct type of indoor air quality product for your home.

Call (844) 216-9300 to speak to the experts at YES!


Our indoor air quality services are some of our most popular HVAC services. Improve your ventilation, energy efficiency, and start enjoying the benefits of cleaner air in your Utah or Nevada home. YES! offers indoor air quality systems and solutions to help. These solutions include:

  • Air filtration
  • Duct cleaning
  • UV germicidal lights
  • Mechanical air cleaners
  • Electronic air cleaners
  • HEPA filters
  • Humidifiers
  • UV Air Cleaning
  • Whole Home Dehumidifiers
  • Whole Home Humidifier
  • Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Air Scrubber with ActivePure

Call our team today at 844-216-9300 to make an appointment or to request a quote on our quality service and products.


The climate in the Las Vegas area is a subtropical, hot desert one. This means you experience prolonged, sweltering summers, and short mild winters. The months of June through September see the hottest temperatures, with average highs falling between 104 and 108 degrees Fahrenheit. July is when the temperature typically peaks in the area, with an average high of 106 F. On the other end of the spectrum, the coldest month is usually December, when temperatures can drop to around 58 F for an average high. However, winters can see temperatures ranging from the low 40s to the mid-60s. There is very little rainfall in Las Vegas, with only about four inches falling yearly. Most of the rainfall occurs in the winter, making the summers exceedingly dry.

This creates several challenges when it comes to your indoor air quality. Without much humidity in the air, you can experience problems with static electricity and dust accumulation. Excess dust and pollutants in your ducts can lead to respiratory issues for those suffering from asthma or allergies. On top of this, high temperatures can result in higher levels of indoor pollutants and potentially dangerous mold growth.

To ensure you have the best possible indoor air quality, call YES! Air Conditioning, Heating, Plumbing, and Electric to perform air quality testing in Las Vegas. Our Las Vegas team is filled with professional technicians who are experienced in residential air quality testing and can help you determine which type of services you need. We also help you by removing pollutants and allergens from the air and improving your duct-cleaning HVAC system’s overall efficiency. In addition to indoor air quality products, YES! provides air duct cleaning services to help clear the dust and debris currently filling your ducts.

For additional details on indoor air quality services in Nevada and Las Vegas, call our team today at 844-216-9300.


Anyone who has spent a winter in Utah is familiar with the struggles of air quality. Recent studies have shown that year over year in the winter, the air quality is only getting worse. It is more important now than ever to ensure that you have good air quality and filtration in your home to combat the poor quality of the outdoor pollution. Contact our team to schedule an air quality inspection and help you ensure you have healthy air quality in your home.

Call our team at 844-216-9300 for additional information on air quality services in Utah and Salt Lake City


The team at YES! have the experience and expertise to get the job done fast and done right the first time. Our equipment solutions include environmentally friendly options, with a highly trained crew that specializes in home energy efficiency and are BPI Certified.

We also offer a comprehensive energy audit and can determine where your house is losing energy, making you and your pocketbook a lot more comfortable. Call our team today at 844-216-9300 and schedule your appointment.


What exactly is "indoor air quality"?

Indoor air quality is the quality of the air that you breathe inside your home. The air inside your home does not have the same natural cleansing that outdoor air has. It is not uncommon to have worse air quality in your home than outside. Smoking, pets, cleaning products, cleaning habits, and cooking all contribute to your indoor air quality. Also, the types of building materials used to build your house and the soft and hard refinements in your home have an effect.

What can I do to prevent indoor air quality issues?

There are several very good air scrubbers and electronic filters on the market today. Ask our tech about IAQ options. Call us at 844-216-9300 and one of our technicians can help answer your questions.

What can I do to improve air quality naturally?

To improve your IAQ, open windows when the outside air quality is GREEN, don’t smoke in your house, turn on your kitchen fan when cooking, and keep your animals clean and brushed.

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