For the most part, people don’t give very much thought to the quality of the air they breathe in their homes. However, if they know, just how much it could impact their health and well-being, perhaps they would pay more attention. It is not uncommon for a home to become polluted with dust, chemicals, mold spores, as well as many other toxins.
IAQ (Indoor air quality) refers to the overall quality of the air as it relates to the health and comfort of its occupants.
High levels of humidity in your home can lead to the growth of mold or mildew. The (EPA) Environmental Protection Agency suggests that the most effective way to curb the growth of mold in your home is to maintain the relative humidity in the home between 30 and 60%.
Having a whole home dehumidifier installed is a great way to control the indoor relative humidity in your home.
UV Air Sanitizers
The filter in your HVAC system has only a limited ability to remove airborne dust and bacteria. That means that some of the bacteria and dust is allowed to travel through the ductwork and back into your home.
One of the best ways to eliminate virtually all of these harmful particles is to have a UV air sanitizer professionally installed. UV air sanitizers use ultraviolet light to incinerate dust particles and bacteria, giving you clean, healthy air in your home that is virtually free of dust and germs.
Most people don’t realize that 40 pounds of dust are generated annually through normal daily activity in an average six room home. We also release ample amounts of contaminant and air pollutants during our regular, daily life.
Since some bacteria and dust can make their way into your home’s ductwork despite the presence of an air filter, it is a good idea to have your ducts cleaned regularly to help prevent their spread throughout your home.
Let us help you determine how much you can do to improve your overall air quality and the health of your family.
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