Did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency determined that Americans spend, on average, 93% of their time indoors? Maybe that doesn’t surprise you, but how about this one: indoor air typically has higher concentrations of contaminants than outdoor air. So if you’re going to spend so much time indoors, what can you do to make sure the air you breathe is clean? Consider an air purifier.
Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning Blog: Archive for the ‘Air Purifiers’ Category
According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, it is flu season once again! Well, in actuality, the flu virus can strike at any time throughout the year but instances of people contracting the flu increases around fall and winter, starting in October.
We all know what to do: get our flu shots, wash our hands, stay well-rested and hydrated. But what if your home HVAC system could help keep you safe from this nasty illness?
The good news is, your air system actually can help protect you from unwanted germs and bacteria. It does this with the help of an air purifier which is made to specifically take down these types of contaminants before they enter your home
If you want to learn more about how an air purifier in Madera, CA can help protect your health, read on!
Air purifiers are manufactured in portable and whole-home systems. They’re designed to target specific contaminant classes, such as particulates, microorganisms and/or odors, using various air-cleaning technologies. Read on to learn which air purifier would best serve your home’s needs.
Taking action to improve your indoor air quality is an important step in improving your overall health. The air in most homes is filled with various contaminants and pollutants from everyday household items such as:
When paying to maintain your home, one of the highest costs after your mortgage is the cost of energy. Fortunately, you can make an easy change to your home routine that will lower energy costs – changing your furnace filter regularly.
Poor indoor air quality is usually the result of a number of factors. From common particulates such as dust, pollen and pet dander, to more organic threats such as mold and bacteria, any number of variables can compromise the quality of your indoor air. In fact, even products you consider harmless, such as personal hygiene products, may be having a negative impact on your day-to-day life.
Air purification systems reduce and remove pollutants from the air indoors. There are many different types of purifiers available. Portable units can be moved between rooms or you can have a permanent system installed that removes air contaminants in your entire home.