New technology for getting rid of indoor air pollution has become extremely popular on the market, and for good reason.
If you are worried that your home contains harmful contaminants, you should consider adding:
- Dehumidifiers – Because it gets so hot and humid here in the summer months, the additional moisture in the air will force your AC to work harder than it has to. Extra moisture makes your house more prone to mold, so a dehumidifier is necessary to protect your family from breathing mold spores.
- Humidifiers – Throughout the winter, your house will be sucked of the proper moisture it needs to offer a complete respiratory balance. Without a humidifier, all the dust, dirt, pollen, dander, and other contaminants laying around your house will be kicked up and blown into your lungs by your ductwork.
- Air filters – You may not be aware that your HVAC systems come equipped with their own set of filtration units. If these filters are not regularly changed or cleaned, the extra debris, bacteria, mildew spores, and other contaminants blocking your filters will be redirected into your heater or AC.
- UV lights – The optimal way of getting rid of hazardous viruses, chemical sprays, mold, and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) is not merely to trap them, but to kill them. UV lights can destroy pollutants, as well as keep your house smelling fresh.
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Investing in the Superior Method of Duct Sealing
Yet another technique for decreasing air pollution inside your house is offered by Aeroseal, a leading company in air quality industry. Since so many particles and contaminants get in through the tiny cracks and holes within your ductwork system, your ducts are some of the highest contributors to poor indoor air quality. Sealing them off will halt dangerous pollutants from getting through.
Duct sealing is also optimal because it reduces the amount of moisture that can get into your ducts, which would then cultivate the perfect environment for bacteria to breed and mold spores to grow. By investing in Aeroseal’s innovative options for duct sealing, you can nip these issues in the bud, while simultaneously making your HVAC system more efficient. Talk to our experts at TriState Home Services for more info regarding duct sealing in your home.
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