Air Purification & Filtration Services
Your home’s indoor air quality is one of the most important factors to your family’s overall health, but is typically the most neglected part. To help combat poor indoor air quality, you should have your HVAC system regularly maintained and use other air purification systems to remove contaminants from your home’s air. To find out more about getting indoor air quality services in your home, give us a call at 806.795.1207 today!
When your home’s indoor air quality is poor, you will usually be able to tell by symptoms of poor air quality that affect your home or personal health.
Signs Your Indoor Air Quality is Poor
There are a variety of signs your indoor air quality is poor, such as:
- Increased allergies or coughing.
- Respiratory irritation or issues.
- Lightheadedness or headaches.
- Excess dust or moisture in your home.
- Uneven heating, cooling or air flow.
Bad indoor air quality can greatly affect both your home and your health, making it highly important to maintain good indoor air quality at home.
Hart’s Indoor Air Quality Services
At Hart Heating & AC, we prioritize our customer’s health and comfort, which is why we offer the following indoor air quality services:
When it comes to maintaining your indoor air quality, it may be hard to see results, like you can when you have your HVAC system cleaned. However, having good indoor air quality in your home can help you sleep better, feel better, reduce your allergic reactions and keep your home’s furniture and features preserved.
How Does UV Light Filtration Work?
UV light air filtration utilizes UV energy to disrupt the production of bacteria and other contaminants within your home’s indoor air. For the best air purifying results, UV lights are put inside of your heating and cooling system, so they can address air contaminants as they pass through your air ducts. If you have already addressed other indoor air quality issues and are still not seeing results, UV light filtration is a great solution.
The Type of Air Filters You Need
It is typically recommended that you get air filters with a MERV rating of 5-8 for residential use. However, if you have pets, multiple members in your household or you have respiratory issues, you should consider getting an air filter with a MERV rating of 9-12 to combat contaminants in your home. Air filters with a MERV rating of 12 or higher are usually reserved for commercial uses such as hospitals or laboratories.
The Importance of Carbon Monoxide Detectors
If you have any appliance in your home that burns fuel, it is important for you to have a carbon monoxide detector inside your home. When maintained properly, carbon monoxide detectors can detect poisonous gas before it poses a major threat to your family. In addition to getting a carbon monoxide detector installed in your home, you should also ensure that all of your home’s systems are properly maintained to reduce the risk of a carbon monoxide leak.
To learn more about how our indoor air quality services can improve your family’s health, contact Hart Heating & AC today!