The Environmental Protection Agency considers indoor air pollution to be one of the top 5 threats to public health. Now, think about how many hours you spend indoors during a typical day! It is not hard to see why indoor air should be healthy and clean to breathe, but do you know how clean your air actually is? To help you achieve cleaner indoor air, we briefly discuss air purification in several common heating and cooling systems.
The type of system in your home or business will largely determine the type of air cleaner your home is equipped with. But thanks to modern advances in air purification, most systems can now be outfitted with highly efficient air purifiers. Traditional heating and cooling systems commonly feature air filters that are manually cleaned or replaced. Setting a periodic date to service your air filter is key in remembering to change it regularly.
More modern systems are often outfitted with filters along with UV germicidal lamps or supplemental air purification systems. These advances in air cleaning technology are more and more affordable and compatible with many different types of heating and cooling systems.
Fortunately, there are many affordable and convenient options to keep your indoor air clean all year long. To start breathing easier, call extreme at one of our locations