Residential Indoor Air Quality should make you feel good inside and out.

The most effective ways to improve your residential indoor air quality are to reduce or remove the sources of pollutants and to ventilate with clean outdoor air. In addition, research shows that filtration can be an effective supplement to source control and ventilation.

How can you improve your home indoor air quality if you notice being consistently sick, having sniffles or higher sensitivity to allergies?

Portable air cleaners, air purification systems and cleaning the air filter in your furnace or central heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system can help to improve indoor air quality. Air purifiers or air sanitizers are designed to improve the air in a smaller area, whereas central furnace or HVAC filters are designed to filter air throughout a home.

Portable cleaners can help significantly reduce pollutants, but can’t remove them completely. By incorporating a combination of solutions like air filters, regular maintenance and relatively modern HVAC systems, you can get a handle on the air quality and keep it clean.

There are also whole house air purifying systems. There are 3 different types of systems:

Whole house air purifying systems can be broken down into these main different types of systems:

  • Filter-based units that are installed in HVAC furnace systems and air intake points
  • Duct-based units that are installed into air duct path, before or after the air handler in a central HVAC unit
  • Stand-alone systems installed into closets or attics, followed by installing additional air intake and exhaust into the home

Depending on your home, these may be an efficient solution or not. We can help you understand your options and how to invest in the best solution for your needs and budget so you don’t pay for more than you need, or buy something that won’t work for your situation

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    The most effective ways to improve your indoor air are to reduce or remove the sources of pollutants and to ventilate with clean outdoor air. In addition, research shows that filtration can be an effective supplement to source control and ventilation. How can you improve your home indoor air quality if you notice being consistently sick, having sniffles or higher sensitivity to allergies? Portable air cleaners, air purification systems and cleaning the air filter in your furnace or central heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system can help to improve indoor air quality. Air purifiers or air sanitizers are designed to improve the air in a smaller area, whereas central furnace or HVAC filters are designed to filter air throughout a home. Portable cleaners can help significantly reduce pollutants, but can’t remove them completely. By incorporating a combination of solutions like air filters, regular maintenance and relatively modern HVAC systems, you can get a handle on the air quality and keep it clean. There are also whole house air purifying systems. There are 3 different types of systems:   Whole house air purifying systems can be broken down into these main different types of systems:
    • Filter-based units that are installed in HVAC furnace systems and air intake points
    • Duct-based units that are installed into air duct path, before or after the air handler in a central HVAC unit
    • Stand-alone systems installed into closets or attics, followed by installing additional air intake and exhaust into the home
    Depending on your home, these may be an efficient solution or not. We can help you understand your options and how to invest in the best solution for your needs and budget so you don’t pay for more than you need, or buy something that won’t work for your situation