Your Local HVAC Contractor Since 1988
Hopkins Air Conditioning, Inc. has over 50 years of experience working with air conditioning systems and has served the West Palm Beach, FL, community for 30 years. We pride ourselves on the indoor air quality services we offer, including air balancing.
Our friendly and knowledgeable technicians are expertly trained and always provide customers with professional and high-quality work. Hopkins Air Conditioning, Inc. is proud to offer premium equipment to our customers.
What Sets Us Apart
- Energy recovery ventilation services (ERV)
- Over 30 years of servicing the area
- Tempstar Elite Dealer
- Platinum Indoor Air Quality Dealer
- A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau
- NATE- and NCI-certified technicians
- Angi Super Service Award winner three years running
Dependable Air Balancing
Hopkins Air Conditioning, Inc. is committed to providing the West Palm Beach area with the most responsive air quality services in the industry. If your heating and cooling equipment isn’t running as efficiently as it should, we can perform an air-balancing test.
We’ll assess your system and perform any necessary adjustments, so you get proper airflow in each room of your home. We’ll ensure your family’s comfort and that your system will work more effectively.
Your Palm Beach County Duct Cleaning Experts
Over time, debris can build up in your ducts, and without the proper duct cleaning service, problems will worsen. This makes your AC unit or heating system less energy-efficient and can cause contaminants to build up in your home with dust and other particles.
This directly affects the air you breathe every day. The contaminated air can make you sick or cause even more severe health problems. That’s why we highly recommend duct cleaning services from the professionals at Hopkins Air Conditioning, Inc..
Our skilled technicians are knowledgeable when it comes to cleaning AC ducts, and we’ll ensure the best results possible.
Energy Recovery Ventilator
Energy recovery ventilators (ERVs) are designed to be connected to the ducts that are part of your HVAC system. By way of two fans, ERVs draw clean, fresh air into a home or office and remove stale air.
Dealing with South Florida’s high humidity can be miserable. You’re uncomfortable and sweating, especially as temperatures rise. A dip in the pool or blasting the AC can provide temporary relief, but the humid air persists.
If this sounds familiar, a whole-house dehumidifier may be the perfect solution for you and your family.
With the ability to absorb tons of humidity out of the air, these machines leave you feeling refreshed. Trust Hopkins Air Conditioning, Inc. for your complete home comfort. Whether you need a dehumidifier repair or want a new unit installed in your home, we’re just a phone call away.
See below for reasons to purchase a whole-house dehumidifier.
Whole-House Dehumidifiers Can Help Prevent
- Mold growth
- Rotting wood
- Condensation on pipes
- Stuffy air
- Visible wet stains on walls
- Sticky floors
- Musty odors
- And more
Smart Thermostat Installation
At Hopkins Air Conditioning, Inc., we’re proud to offer smart thermostats to our customers in West Palm Beach. Most smart thermostats allow you to use your smartphone to control each zone remotely.
When you can customize and zone your home this way, you can see significant energy savings.
Contact us today for more information.
Call today if you need indoor air quality service performed
at your home in West Palm Beach.
Indoor Air Quality FAQs
Can COVID-19 be transmitted through HVAC ducts?
To date, there is no conclusive proof that COVID-19 has been transmitted through a ducted HVAC system. The virus is transmitted primarily through contact with an infected person and, to a lesser extent, by touching a contaminated surface.
Should I install higher-efficiency filters to prevent the spread of the virus?
High-efficiency HVAC filters can capture small particles (such as viruses) and remove them from your home’s air. Adding higher-efficiency HVAC filters may reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, but they can’t eliminate the risk entirely.
Does UV technology kill the COVID-19 virus?
UV systems use ultraviolet (UV-C) light to kill and deactivate microbes, including viruses, that may penetrate filters and get into HVAC systems. However, they cannot eliminate the risk entirely.
What are the different types of pollutants?
There are three different types of indoor air pollutants:
- Particulates: Dust, pollen, dust mites, animal dander, carpet fibers, and lint
- Micro-organisms: Mold, influenza, fungi, viruses, bacteria, and germs
- Toxins (gases): Benzene chemical vapors, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, paint, pesticides, carpet fumes, pet odors, ozone, cleaning vapors, and smoke
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