Consider Air Purification Systems
New lines of air purification products can do a lot to improve the air quality in your home. It is essential to know what each does, what the issues on your property are, and how much square footage you need covered.
Air Purification for Humidity
Humidity in your property can do more than give you a bad hair day. You may be promoting mold growth and allergy symptoms if your air is too humid. Air that is too dry can lead to undesirable effects such as allergies and dry eyes. Humidity levels that go too low or too high should be addressed in order to avoid these conditions. Improper humidity levels can also lead to:
- Development of or increased allergies.
- An increase in static cling.
- Dry or itching skin or scalp.
- Dry throat or nasal passages.
- Increased or frequent coughing.
- Increase in the development of viruses.
- Premature damage of wood furniture, appliances, or other household item that needs certain conditions to operate property.
The right humidification solution may be integrated within your existing HVAC system for convenience. It can also help you reduce or eliminate these sorts of issues. Be sure to get a professional to help you select the right system for your property. We regularly recommend Aprileaire systems for easy installation and reliable performance. Your HVAC tech should also make sure it is installed correctly, is working properly, and that the warranty is intact.
Air Purifier for Dust, Dander, and More
Does your home have many occupants? Maybe you have several four legged occupants in your home. Are you a smoker? You may also need extra air purification to ensure they are all breathing the best air possible. For example, dust can accumulate on all sorts of areas where a regular household cleaning won’t get to it. Ceiling fans attract dust when standing still or even moving. Friction in the air creates a static charge that attracts dust to the blades. It gets in the upholstery. Dust accumulation can get into your computer, mobile device, and other electronics to wreak havoc. Air filters on your HVAC unit are designed to trap dust but can only do so if it passes through the unit. An extra layer of protection may be necessary for properties that may have excessive dust accumulation.