Unique Ways to Clean and Sanitize Your Indoor Air
Air Duct Cleaners
Both EPA and the National Air Duct Cleaners Association recommends to all homeowners to clean their ducts every three to five years. But if you suffer from allergies or asthma, you should consider having it done every year. If this isn’t possible, you deifnitely want to install an air filtration system to supplement your air conditioner.
If you plan to have the heating and cooling system cleaned, it is important the service provider is qualified and agrees to clean all components of the system. If you suffer from allergies or asthma, you should consider having it done almost every year. Generally, people get it done after they buy a house.
Install An Air Purification System
A whole-house air purification system can be connected to your existing HVAC system to clean the air that’s distributed throughout your home. Many air purification systems combine technologies to trap as many pollutants as possible, using, for example, air filters to capture larger pollutants such as dust and ultraviolet (UV) lights to kill biological contaminants such as bacteria.
They are also known as UV germicidal lamps, require professional installation by a qualified HVAC technician. While UV lamps do not remove particles from the air, they are excellent at killing dangerous microorganisms such as airborne viruses and some bacteria.
Whole Home Humidifiers
This works with your entire house rather than just individual rooms. Protecting your whole house will help to reduce allergy symptoms and harsh impacts from dry air such as rough skin, itchy eyes, and nose bleeds.
Air & Mold Test
Your HVAC can test your Air for Allergens and Pollutants. Your house seems clean and yet it causes your allergy attacks. They can test for Allergens, Fibers, Pollen, Dust Mites, Mold, Skin Cell Fragments, Mold, Toxic Mold, Insect Biodetritus (insect remains), and Formaldehyde.
All of these agents can cause allergic reactions and respiratory distress. One of the key benefits of allergy testing is simply the knowledge gained from testing your indoor environment. Air Test is a one-time, affordable, method to eliminate the allergens around you.
By choosing a licensed HVAC, you are assured that indoor air quality problems are properly identified, the solutions carefully selected and the installation is completed to the highest standards, making the investment the best option for your home and family.
Want more information on air purification in your La Grange area? Just call Allan E. Power Plumbing at (708) 352-1670!