Do you remember the last time you changed your air filter? The air quality in your home has far-reaching implications so it is important to make sure it’s clean. In terms of public health, the EPA ranks indoor air pollution as one of the top 5 environmental threats to our well being. Here we walk through a few details of indoor air quality to help you maintain a healthy environment in your home.
The type of system that heats and cools your home will often determine the type of air purification that your home receives. Many traditional systems are fitted with an air filter that requires manual maintenance and replacement. While these filters trap hair and most dust particles, they do little to purify and clean the air. Supplemental humidifiers, UV germicidal lamps, and purifiers can be installed to complement your existing system and circulate safer air.
Indoor air quality affects everyone inside, not only those with respiratory ailments. Mold, pollen, dander, dust, and smoke can successfully be sifted out to allow you to breathe easier in your own home. Call us at 817-834-2829 to explore air purifying solutions today!