When you hear the words ‘air quality’ you likely associate them with what’s in the air outside like pollen, mold, and pollution levels. Indoor air quality (IAQ) however is something we don’t often think about, yet more important than what’s going on outdoors. The average person spends over 90% of their time indoors, and that percentage increases for those with respiratory health issues or allergies. With hundreds of indoor pollutants, a whole home air purification system is something every household should consider.
The air inside your home is filled with irritants that can take a toll on your overall health. Dust, dust mites, viruses – including COVID, and bacteria all can have detrimental effects on our respiratory systems, especially for those with chronic breathing issues. Additionally, off-gases from things such as new paint, carpet and furniture can be detrimental to your health if inhaled for extended amounts of time. All these things should be filtered out of the air you breathe.
So how do you know if you need a whole home air purification system and how will it improve your indoor air quality? We’re going to answer those questions right now.
Who can benefit from a whole-house air purifier?
- Pet owners
- Allergy Sufferers
- Households that cool or heat with forced air, wood, gas, or kerosene
- Asthmatics or people with respiratory issues
- Older Americans
- People who live in older homes
- ANYONE who wants to drastically improve the air quality inside their home
There are also signs you can look for that you might not associate with unhealthy indoor air like condensation on windows, doors, or walls, a general musty smell, mold on books, clothing, or other porous items, and sinus or breathing issues when you are inside.
How will it improve the air quality in my home?
Unlike small portable units, a whole house air purification system cleans the air everywhere. It is integrated into your home’s heating and cooling system so when you have the air conditioning or heat on, the filter system cleans the air of all the irritants we mentioned above.
Need more convincing?
A whole home air purification systems makes no additional noise, doesn’t take up space in your home like a portable unit does, is incorporated into your HVAC system so you don’t see it, saves money on filter replacement because don’t have to change them as often, extends the life of your heating and cooling system, and provides your family with clean air in your home all the time.
Texas Ace Heating & Air has helped hundreds of Dallas/Fort Worth residents clean up their indoor quality and we’re ready to do the same for you. Call us at 817-240-6701 or contact us online to find out more about installing a whole home air purification system.