Heating and Air Conditioning Indoor Air Quality Tips

The EPA ranks poor indoor air quality among the top five environmental risks to public health. Since an average person spends 90% of their time indoors, the quality of indoor air is essential for a healthy living environment.

Clean the Duct System

Air ducts often accumulate dust, pollen and other airborne pollutants. Duct cleaning will help improve indoor air quality, while increasing the efficiency of your heating and cooling system.

Purify the Air

An electronic whole house air cleaner permanently captures and removes up to 99% of all airborne impurities, providing you with clean, fresh air.

Utilize the Ventilation Fans

Excessive moisture may contribute to poor indoor air quality. Remove extra moisture by using a ventilation fan for 10 to 15 minutes after bathing.

Use Low or No Volatile Organic Compound Materials

VOCs (naturally released chemical compounds) contribute to poor air quality. Improve indoor air quality by purchasing low or no VOC products, such as paints, carpets and cleaning solvents.

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