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Many homeowners do not know what IAQ stands for, Indoor Air Quality is the term that refers to the air quality within your home. The air inside your home might be more polluted than the air outside. Home today are built with airtight to increase the energy efficiency of the home. In this case, indoor air contaminants like pet dander, dust, and bacteria can accumulate in your air. Russell’s heating and air conditioning specialize in IAQ technology. We install a new humidifier, or dehumidifiers as well as duct repairs. Our friendly technicians will come to your home for free estimates for your indoor air quality needs.
Having an air purifier installed in your home is one of the best ways to remove contaminants from the air supply to your family. Russell’s heating and air conditioning specialize in the correct air purifier for your family’s needs. Ultraviolet light can be used for killing micro-organisms such as mold, bacteria, and viruses.
Are you feeling that the air inside your home is too dry? Many homes are not equipped with a humidifier inside their HVAC unit. Whole house humidifiers are responsible for controlling the humidity inside your home. When the humidity is below ideal levels it can cause numerous problems like dry or itchy skin, as well as property damage. Call Russell’s Heating and Air Conditioning to get a free quote on installing a humidifier. Having too much moisture in the air can cause your home to feel uncomfortable and stuffy. Which is also a higher risk for mold to grow inside your kitchen and bathroom areas. When there is too little moisture inside the air of your home this can cause the floors to crack and paint to chip.
Is indoor air quality important?
You should be aware of your home’s indoor air quality. Many studies have shown indoor air quality is often worse than outdoor pollution. Homes are designed to be air-tight. On the one hand, this is great because it means heating and cooling our houses is much easier. On the other hand, though, pollutants have nowhere to go. They can easily end up being recirculated in our homes.
More pollutants in your home mean a greater possibility of allergy and asthma problems. It is important to do what you can to keep your indoor air quality as good as possible. Your health will thank you for it.
Are there plants that will improve the air quality in my home?
Perhaps you’ve heard that a couple of well-placed plants will improve your home’s air quality. That is true. However, plants are not a replacement for the right HVAC filter and other indoor air quality services.
The plants that have been shown to have the greatest effect on indoor air quality are listed below.
All of the plants listed above provide oxygen and absorb certain toxins. They may also stabilize humidity levels.
Will changing my HVAC filter help indoor air quality?
If you are concerned about your home’s indoor air quality, you should look for HEPA filters. HEPA stands for high-efficiency particulate air filter. This certification guarantees that the filter will pick up 99.97% of the pollutants from the air. The contaminants will be as small as 0.3 microns.
Ionizers activated carbon filters, and UV (ultra-violet) filters are also helpful in increasing indoor air quality. All of these filters can be placed on HVAC systems, as well as vacuums and other appliances.
What are the most common air pollutants?
Several different air pollutants can invade your home. There are three categories of these pollutants: micro-organisms, toxins, and particulates. The most common types of each category are indicated below.
How can I improve my home’s indoor air quality?
Making sure your HVAC filter is high quality and changed on time is the first step towards great indoor air quality. There are also many other ways to improve the air quality in your home.
At Russell’s, we provide a whole range of indoor air quality services. These include services for your whole home or just a single room. From aerosol to air quality testing and advanced photo-catalytic oxidation systems, we have the solution for all of your indoor air quality needs. Contact a Russell’s professional today to discover the indoor air quality service that is right for you and your home.