When was the last time you had your air ducts and air filter cleaned? Indoor air pollution is a very real phenomenon. The EPA ranks indoor air pollution as one of the top 5 environmental threats to public health. To help you pay special attention to the air quality in your home, we briefly go over a few specifics of air purification here.
Clean Indoor Air
Indoor air can be tainted with all kinds of contaminants. While we generally fear outdoor air due to pollen and smog, indoor air can trap and recirculate dander, dust, mold spores, pollen, hair, and smoke. While many heating and air conditioning systems are equipped with air filters that trap dust particles and hair, these filters do little to purify or clean the air that circulates through your home. Systems that use air ducts can be especially troubling, as air ducts are prime real estate to house dust, mold, and other irritants.
To help you combat polluted indoor air, air purification systems can supplement your current system. Humidifiers, purifiers, and even UV germicidal lamps can adjust the air quality to precisely what you want for your home.
Call our team at 713-702-4721 to start breathing easier today!