PROTECT YOUR FAMILY THIS SPRING FROM POOR INDOOR AIR QUALITY
Now that winter is calming down and spring is upon us, many of you are gearing up for your yearly “spring cleaning’! Homeowners view widespread spring cleaning to improve the look of their home and clean out dust, dirt, and clutter to create a clean environment. While creating a clean environment in your home is important, many homeowners overlook another important benefit of improving indoor air quality or IAQ. The quality of the breathing air in your home can have a direct effect on the health of you and your family as dust, pollen, and other allergens can cause allergic reactions and respiratory problems. Throughout the year, airborne allergens including bacteria, dust, pollen, dander, and spores come into the home and during the winter, these allergens recirculate through your home be getting caught in your air filter and duct system.
HOW TO IMPROVE THE INDOOR AIR QUALITY IN YOUR HOME
The best air quality solutions address the causes rather than symptoms, using a whole-house indoor air cleaning strategy. A whole-house air cleaning system that cleans, disinfects, and deodorizes your home 24 hours a day is much more effective.
One of the most common and effective ways to improve the indoor air quality of your home starts with cleaning your air ducts and then sanitizing. Next, change your air filters every month. This will help eliminate air conditioning odors. 98% of all airborne particles are too small for even the best disposable filter to collect. Replacing your filter with a high efficiency air cleaner will protect your AC System while improving the quality of air in your home.
Indoor Air Quality equipment will help prevent the spread of germs. Polarized-Media Air Cleaners remove even the smallest submicron particles that are otherwise absorbed into our bodies. Combine the UVC Lamp and the UVC/UVV System working all together prevents the airborne pathogens expelled into the air and controls organic gases and toxic compounds that cause odors and ailments.
For addition information about Indoor Air Quality, please visit www.epa.gov.
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