July 24, 2020
Now more than ever, indoor air quality is crucial to your health and safety. Did you know that indoor air can many times be as polluted as outdoor air? Polluted air can get trapped inside, and the best way to combat it is to install indoor air purifying equipment. As tensions and stress run high, we’re here to let you know that we care for the safety of your family, and we have the equipment you need to help protect your home.
Signs of Polluted Air in Your Home
Have you or your family experienced the following symptoms lately? If the air in your home is contaminated, you may notice yourself suffering from the following afflictions. If two or more people have the same symptom, it’s a dead giveaway that the air inside your home is likely the problem.
- Respiratory infections
- Headaches or migraines
- Dry skin or rash
- Allergic reactions
- Eye irritation
- Cough or sore throat
Indoor Air Quality Control and Improvement
While it’s hard to control outside air bacteria and pollution, there is something you can do about indoor air quality. Use these suggestions to help reduce the number of airborne particles that enter and live in your home.
1. Install IAQ Equipment to Combat Viruses and Bacteria
Consider installing a combination of our indoor air quality appliances, which include humidifiers, Wi-Fi thermostats, dynamic air filters, and UV lights. We want everyone breathing clean air, which is why we provide these air filters and purification solutions to our valued Pennsylvania customers.
2. Schedule Your Annual HVAC Tune-Up
Air filters clog up with dust and other particles. When this happens, your indoor air continues to spread these particulates around your living space. We provide socially distant maintenance appointments to keep you safe and protect your home from bacteria.
3. Use Natural Disinfectants
Plants naturally clean the air and can be a good, cost-effective solution to certain airborne particles. Beeswax candles can help to reduce dust without the harmful chemicals that paraffin candles contain. Salt lamps have been found by Fortis Hospital to attract and neutralize pathogens. The bonus is that plants, candles, and lamps look great as decoration! Just be aware of the safety guidelines and suggestions for this functional décor if you have pets or little ones.
We want to keep your home safe! Contact us for indoor air quality control. We look forward to helping you achieve a high level of safety and home comfort.