Poor indoor air quality will eventually take a toll on your family’s health and comfort. Household chemicals, dust particles, and allergens all accumulate in your home and is often the culprit to allergies and sickness.
With all these particles floating around in your home, the air can be dirtier than what is in a large open, crowded city. Some homes have issues with lack of humidity. During the cold winter months, the dry indoor air makes people more vulnerable to the flu and the common cold.
Dry air such as this can cause damage to your home’s wood furnishings, floors, and frames. Did you know that dry air also makes your body seem cooler—causing you to use more energy by raising the thermostat to a higher temperature?
By maintaining your indoor humidity to a proper level, you are increasing your odds of having a safer, healthier and more comfortable home while lowering the cost of your energy.
we have the answers you’ve been seeking. We can test the quality of your air to see if your home is a candidate for the installation of a filtration system. A whole house filtrations system works hand-in-hand with your cooling and/or heating system in removing nearly all the pollutants that are airborne in your home.
Many systems today use the same technology incorporated in high-tech factories and hospitals to purify the air. Filtering systems often use UV lights to kill airborne bacteria and mold. we want to make sure the air in your home is pure, clean and safe for your family.
we also install humidifiers that work throughout your home. These whole house humidifiers add moisture in the air while being distributed through a warm air system.
The following few reasons are why you should keep your filters maintained and clean: