Indoor Air Quality
On January, 19, 2020
Options For Indoor Air Quality Services
An important service too many homeowners still overlook is indoor air quality service. More than likely, you have a system in place to take care of your water, so isn’t the air you breathe just as important?
Don’t your children and their developing respiratory system deserve this? There’s no reason to ignore the need for better air quality inside your house.
All you need to know is what’s available and what may work best for you. So before you decide which systems to have implemented into your own home, learn more about each one.
Options for Indoor Air Quality
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, you can experience negative results due to exposure to poor indoor air quality, both immediately and long-term. The symptoms can mimic allergies, making the person think the problem is actually something other than the quality of the air they’re constantly exposed to inside their home.
The problem is that the long-term exposure issues can actually lead to serious health issues, like heart disease, and may even be fatal. Some options you have for improving the air inside your home include:
Just like how it sounds, air cleaners help clean the air inside your household. This means a better purification system so you’re less likely to be exposed to contaminants commonly found floating around the air inside your home. Otherwise, how do you expect to deal with those pollutants and make sure you can breathe cleaner air?
UV Light Systems
This is the perfect way to get access to significantly improved air. A UV light system can rid your air of bacteria, germs, viruses, and allergens that can trigger asthma and allergy attacks. The end result is cleaner air and air worthy of what you and your family should be exposed to.
If your home is a bit desert like, humidifiers can help rectify that. It’s a common misconception that a humidifier is only useful during cooler winter months when the air inside your home ends up dried out from using the heating system. The truth is, your home can use more moisture year round. This not only helps the air quality it reduces the spread of illness, reduces the likelihood of snoring, and even helps improve skin quality.
When it comes to hiring Chicago HVAC contractors, make it a pint to call our reliable experts. At Air Choice Heating & Cooling, we believe in going above and beyond to address the service needs of our local customers.