Indoor air quality should be one of the top priorities in your Deep Creek, Florida, home. Healthy IAQ is especially vital if you have family members who suffer from asthma and allergy symptoms. Poor IAQ can not only exacerbate these systems but also lead to respiratory issues and increased dust around the home. The good news is that multiple HVAC additions can improve your indoor air quality at an affordable cost.
UV Air Purifiers
UV air purifiers can effectively solve issues with the quality of the air on your home. They can help to reduce the pollen, dander, dirt and other pollutants in your home by drawing them in, breaking them down and destroying them using a small amount of UV light. As a result, they help to purifier the air in your home’s air supply.
Florida air can be pretty humid. Therefore, you’ll need something to pull moisture from the air in your home to help it feel less stuffy and make the air less hospitable to biological growth. You can even make an older home smell fresher with the help of a dehumidifier.
Also, it’s important to know that dust mites thrive in higher humidity levels. But if you have a dehumidifier keeping your home’s humidity levels lower, those dust mites can’t stick to surfaces in your home. Instead, they get sucked into the air filter. As a result, you and your family will likely feel healthier.
Newer homes are built to be more energy-efficient, which often means they have a tighter seal than older houses. While this helps keep the conditioned air inside your home, it limits ventilation and can often trap pollutants. In this situation, an energy recovery ventilator may be a good option. These devices work to remove the stale air and pollutants from your home while drawing in fresh and preconditioned air.
If poor IAQ is a problem in your home, Executive Cooling and Heating can help you find a solution. Contact us today for expert service.
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