How to Keep Your Home Free from Pollen Debris
Wednesday, April 06, 2016
Heating and air conditioning systems have a significant impact on your indoor air quality. Whether you're dealing with pollen or indoor pollution, a trusted HVAC service provider will help you find relief. Talk to a professional about how to keep allergens out of your home today.
Typical Heating and Air Conditioning Filters
Most homeowners know their furnace, heat pump, or air conditioner has an onboard filter. Even high-performance HVAC filters are primarily designed to protect your system. They aren't intended to clean the air in your home. If you want to eradicate indoor air pollution, buy special equipment meant for the job.
Air Cleaners, Ventilation, and UV Lamps
For several years, infomercials have been promoting many expensive, portable air cleaners. These units aren’t worth the money. You will benefit more, for less, when you work with a professional heating and cooling technician. We have several types of equipment suitable for the job. The best for your home depends on the reasons you need help.
Ventilation units, for instance, will spot treat areas of your home that are at increased risk for pollutants or high humidity. UV lamps will work against mold, bacteria, and bad odors. Air cleaners cover all your bases. There are affordable units powerful enough to clean the air in your entire home. Equipment can be stand-alone or attached to existing HVAC and electrical systems.
If you are not sure which heating and air conditioning equipment is best for clearing out pollen and other allergens in your home, contact our team of experts at Certified Electric. Improve your indoor air by scheduling your appointment today.