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Indoor Air Quality Services in Austin, TX

Supplying Healthy Air Solutions to Austin Since 1954

Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing is dedicated to bringing peace and relaxation to our clients’ homes. We also aim to ensure the indoor air quality of your home is as clean as possible. The air inside the confines of your home or business can be contaminated with up to 100 times more pollutants than the air outdoors, per the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Our Austin Air Quality Specialists are equipped to provide you with tailored options to improve the air quality of your home or business.

10% Off Any HVAC Repairs

Maximum discount of $250

Offer excludes commercial properties.

Call Us Today for After Hours Emergency Service: 512-929-9393

Fully Insured & Licensed

Our Air Quality Specialists are fully insured with general liability coverage and worker’s compensation.

Dependable & Experienced

Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing has helped Austin homeowners improve their indoor air quality since 1954.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

We guarantee you’ll be fully satisfied with your indoor air quality. If you aren’t, let us know and we’ll try to make things right.

Indoor Air Quality Solutions

Blue-Tube UV for Just $392

Blue-Tube UV is installed in the central air system, where it works continuously to fight mold and other biological contaminants in the air and on HVAC system interior surfaces, particularly the cooling coil. We know that exposure to ultraviolet light in the range of 254 NM {UV-C band) disrupts the DNA of microorganisms thus preventing them from reproducing and effectively killing them.

Reme Halo or Dust Free Active Air Purifiers for Just $774. Originally $925 ($150 Discount)

$200 off for our Gold Service Club Members
The REME HALO® Air Purifier or the Dust Free® Active Air Purifier are installed into the supply plenum of your existing air conditioning or heating system air ducts. Unlike passive air technologies, which need pollutants to pass through the unit for purification or filtration, these purifiers sweep through your home actively purifying pollutants at the source.

*$150 discount offer for a limited time

For additional information on our indoor air quality solutions, or to schedule a no-obligation home assessment, please contact us online or by phone.

Factors Affecting Indoor Air Quality

Keeping your Austin home’s doors and windows closed is not enough to keep indoor air quality clean and safe. Other factors can contribute to poor indoor air, such as:


As humans, we produce skin cells that fall loose and become dander. If you have pets inside a home, their dander is also regularly released into a home’s air. This dander is specifically unhealthy for those with respiratory conditions or serious allergies. Dust and pollen also have the capacity to pollute your Austin home and contaminate your air quality.

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

VOCs include substances such as carbon monoxide, pesticides, engine exhaust, aerosol sprays, insect repellants, air fresheners, paints, solvents, permanent markers, craft materials, and certain building materials. Volatile organic compounds are defined by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as gases that are generated by solids or liquid substances. These gases contain a wide range of chemicals that are understood to have negative effects on the health of exposed individuals.

Biological Contaminants

Whenever too much moisture or water exists in an indoor space, the stage is set for biological agents, such as mold and mildew, to develop. The agents are capable of spreading inside of air ducts and vents, making one’s ability to notice and stop the spread of contaminants nearly impossible. Additionally, any bacteria or viruses can circulate within your indoor air, causing you to get sick.

If you believe your indoor air quality is being affected by VOCs, particulates, or biological contaminants, contact Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing to schedule a home assessment and learn what solutions may be available to you.

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Source Removal

Source removal is the first step to improving air quality. Gaps and cracks in air ducts, dysfunctional filters, and improper forms of ventilation all facilitate the depressurization of your structure and the ability for external air and substances to make their way into your home. This can lower your indoor air quality and impair energy efficiency, thus, driving up utility bills. In order to improve your space’s air quality, our Austin specialists can help you minimize these pollutant sources.

Ventilation & Proper Circulation

Many in-home heating and cooling systems do a poor job of bringing fresh air inside the building. We can install custom ventilation control systems that account for household warmth and coolness, humidity, and the efficiency of your HVAC system. These ventilation controllers improve air flow without hindering the effectiveness of your heating/cooling system.

Air Filtration

Good indoor air quality wouldn’t be sustainable without strong filtration systems. Don’t depend solely on the filter solutions that your system comes with. Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing specializes in installing HEPA filters that are able to remove up to 99.9% of all contaminating substances that are 0.3 microns or larger. Charcoal filters are also an effective solution, especially if ridding your home or business of undesirable odors is of high priority. In order to secure the best filtration possible, we recommend utilizing both solutions concurrently.

Air Purification System

Air purification systems utilize innovative Photohydroionization (PHI) technology that can help stop air pollutants like bacteria, viruses and mold in their tracks, helping to neutralize these hazards and block them from spreading. These purification systems promote good air quality in your living space and are an economic way to help keep your family healthy. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) deems these systems effective in enhancing the quality of indoor air.

If you’d like more information about ways to refine your indoor air, we would love to have our team provide you with a comprehensive home assessment. When we arrive at your property, we’ll talk with you about the custom needs of your home and inspect your heating and cooling system. This discussion provides us with insight regarding the solutions that could directly improve your inhibiting airflow.

HVAC Discounts


SAVE UP TO $3,600

in discounts and rebates on select Carrier AC Systems with weatherization.

0% Financing

for up to 3 years on new systems!

Financing on select systems WAC. Offer valid on select systems and available for a limited time. Austin Energy rebates only apply to their customers and vary depending on scope of work. Financing on select systems WAC. Offer not valid with other offers or annual contracts. Austin Energy discount based on Austin Energy Whole House Program.

Offers expire August 31, 2021



$79 with a $20 Stan's Discount

Regularly $99, Stan's Superior 30-Point Precision Tune Up is the most comprehensive in the industry. Ensure your AC is in good working condition for the hot weather. Our maintenance experts remove dust, dirt, and debris, and tighten loose electrical connections to solve problems before they happen. *Tune-up and repair offers are not valid with other offers or annual contracts.

Offers expire August 31, 2021


Join the Club For Even More Savings!

When you sign up for Stan’s Gold Service Club you receive scheduled maintenance, limited discounts and priority when you need assistance with your HVAC, Plumbing or Drainage.

“We’ve used Stan’s for 20 years and have always received professional, courteous, knowledgeable service and a fair price for all work performed. We renew our Gold Service contract every year! Highly recommend.”
– Carole Kilmer

“I can’t say enough good things about Stan’s! Stan’s recently replaced all of our ductwork and their project manager David Renault who worked with us was amazing! He redesigned the ducts giving us much better and more efficient airflow. David also took into account our beloved attic fan that we use in the beautiful spring and fall Austin weather, and made certain our insulation worked with the fan. All of their employees, including subcontractors, who came and worked on our house were very professional and respectful of our home. I would highly recommend Stan’s to anyone who cares about their home and the air quality inside.”
– Audrey S.

“Kudos to Stan’s Heating and Air Conditioning on having someone out within two hours of my call on a day it’s below freezing and then fixed within one hour. Very professional and impressive.”
– Jeffrey Kosewski

Frequently Asked Questions

What causes poor indoor air quality?

Poor indoor air quality may be caused by Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), particulates, and biological contaminants in spaces with low ventilation or filtration.

How do I improve my home's air quality?

If you’re interested in improving your home’s air quality, contact Stan’s Heating, Air & Plumbing in Austin. We offer several solutions, such as source removal, ventilation, air filtration, and air purification systems. Contact us to learn more!

Improve Your Indoor Air Quality Today!

If you’d like more information about ways to refine your indoor air, we would love to have our team provide you with a comprehensive home assessment. When we arrive at your property, we’ll inspect your HVAC system and discuss the custom needs of your home. This discussion provides us with insight about which solutions could help improve your home’s indoor air quality.