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Your indoor air quality (IAQ) is really important, especially in the winter months. It’s often true that indoor air pollution can be as detrimental as outdoor air pollution if it’s not treated properly. So what IAQ products are best for your home?
Having the right levels of humidity in your home can, surprisingly, help improve the quality of the air you breathe. Humidity levels drop during the winter, so keeping ideal levels in your home will not only reduce the chance of viruses and bacteria from thriving in your home, but it can also reduce dust mites and lower the pollen count as well as reducing the symptoms of asthma and other respiratory ailments.
A good air filtration system can filter out pollutants and contaminants that make their way into your home and get spread around via your heating system. These include pet dander, dust and dust mites, pollen, mold, smoke, and bacteria.
An air filtration system can capture and trap these pollutants to keep them from being redistributed into the air you breathe. This not only has the potential to reduce allergy symptoms for those who suffer with allergies to certain pollutants, but it can also improve breathing for anyone living in your home. And, as an added bonus, it will reduce odors in your home by removing the particles that cause them.
Want to breathe easier this winter? It’s time to check out the right air filtration system for your home. For more information on an air filtration system and other ways to improve your indoor air quality, contact the team at All City Heat and Air by calling 704-545-2000 or by clicking here.
All City Heat and Air not only installed 2 AC units, but also a new furnace in 2010. They service our systems in a timely and professional manner. I am pleased with the service that has been provided by this company since April 2006 and would highly recommend them to any business or residential customer looking for a reputable service contractor.read more