Do you experience symptoms of asthma or allergies? Are you being impacted by indoor pollutants? It is important to have a system in place to handle them.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ranks indoor air quality as one of the top five environmental risks to the public’s health. It gets even scarier when you consider that most people spend the vast majority of their time indoors.
Our homes are built to be energy efficient with closed up windows and doors and tightly sealed ventilation. While that is a positive to conserve energy, the side effect is that allergens, dust, dander and pollen can be trapped in our house and can agitate allergies or trigger asthma symptoms.
It is important to keep your breathing environment clean and that is why you may want to have a system in place to clean and purify air as it is circulated.
Indoor air quality equipment or air handlers can be designed to, remove stale air, and kill bacteria.