It is important to know which products and accessories can work with your heating and air conditioning to improve indoor air quality that tends to decline during the spring months.
Spring has sprung and is bringing allergies with it. Naturally, a big concern then is improving indoor air quality. The air inside your home needs to be as “fresh” and contaminant-free as possible if you are to be as healthy as possible. Spring signals the return of allergens, such as pollen, into the air. It is common for indoor air quality to decline as the temps increase, but this year you can have a plan of action in place to prevent this decline.
Taking a stand to improve your indoor air quality requires high quality products and accessories designed to clean, freshen, and balance the air inside your home or business. Consider adding these to your HVAC line-up this spring:
- Dehumidifiers: These units take moisture out of the air and help prevent mold, mildew, and general dampness. Mold and mildew can lead to allergies and even more serious illnesses and can exacerbate current health problems. Using a dehumidifier in the spring will balance out the moisture in your air, so you can have peace of mind that the air you breathe is as clean as it can be.
- Indoor Air Filtration Systems: Air filtration systems and air purifiers have the ability to remove over 90% of air particles and air pollutants. This greatly increases your chance of having healthier air that smells and feels better on your skin and mucous membranes.
There is no doubt about it, indoor air quality greatly impacts the quality of your health. One thing to consider is an air quality consultation to see what products you can utilize to create the best indoor environment for you and your family. Contact the heating and air conditioning experts at Griffin Heating and Air Conditioning today for a free air quality consultation.