The quality of the air you breathe is extremely important for your health. Allergies, respiratory illnesses, and asthma are aggravated by poorly filtered air. Studies even show these conditions can be caused by mold, mildew, dust, pollen and pollutants.
Newer homes are being built tighter than ever, which decreases ventilation of indoor air.
With the invention of the television, computer, smart phone, laptop, tablet and other technologies homeowners are staying indoors for longer periods of time than ever before.
Air that feels "stuffy" or that makes you sneeze a lot is most likely of poor air quality.
You may have heard someone say how great they felt after being in the "fresh air".
At Climate Experts we have solutions to keep air quality clean and healthy inside your home.
Using quality filters will not only help protect your HVAC system, but contribute to better indoor air quality.
Did you know the number one reason for poor indoor air quality is not changing air filters when they are dirty?
Your air conditioning system is a cold, dark, wet environment. Standing water and moisture are constantly in your air handler. This is a perfect environment for bacteria, mildew and mold to grow. Air passing through a bacteria filled HVAC system can cause respiratory issues, coughing, asthma, and other illnesses. There are several solutions to preventing bacteria growth in your HVAC system.
Installing an Ultra violet light inside your air handler can help prevent bacteria growth. An ultra violet light actively kills bacteria by shining ultra violet rays similar to the sun. The UV light is installed at a location where bacteria is most likely to grow, inside the air handler.
The REME Halo ultra violet air purification system combines UV light technology and emits hydrogen peroxide particles into the air that neutralize harmful contaminants. These harmful contaminants are oxidized and create air quality that is healthy to breathe.
One of the most important factors of keeping your HVAC system clean is having it maintained by a licensed HVAC technician. Heating and air conditioning systems that are maintained are typically cleaner, which increases indoor air quality. Filters are changed when technicians complete maintenance and air handlers are sanitized to help prevent bacteria growth.