Homes are much tighter today than they were years ago. The EPA states that indoor air quality is three to five times worse than it is outdoors. You need to make sure your indoor air is clean, not only for the health of your equipment- but for your family’s health as well.

I don’t think many people realize the effect that household cleaners have on our indoor air quality. Bathroom and kitchen cleaners like Lysol stay in your home for a long time. They affect your health, your allergies, and how you breathe. Years ago, when our houses weren’t as tight, those things went out the window, so to speak. But now, they really affect your air.

Dirt is also a big player in air quality. Good filtration is key to catching some of the dirt and dust that’s floating in the air. We find a lot of people using throw-away filters from big box stores. Those only catch the rhinos and elephants of the dirt world. We want to do better than that.

You can get electronic cleaners or even polarized cleaners. The key is finding a filtration system that will help you breathe better and keep your system clean. It will run more efficiently, more safely, and will last as long as possible.

We can come out and test your air quality to see where it’s at and make some recommendations. There are a lot of different things we can do to improve your air for the sake of your family and your system’s health. Call us at 469-336-3435.

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