For many years, air pollution has been considered a prime healthcare issue, and much has been done to improve the quality of our air, but disturbingly, the EPA has discovered that “Indoor air is found to be up to 70 times more polluted than outdoor air.” While it is true that commercial and residential heating and cooling systems filter the air that passes through them, those filters were designed primarily to protect the HVAC equipment, and not those who are breathing the air that is being circulated. The majority of those filters only trap 3 to 5% of the particles that flow through them. If an individual already has breathing issues like allergies or asthma, this kind of air quality can severely affect their health. The good news is that there are options available to clean up the air through the use of a variety of filtration systems, and there are highly-trained professionals who can help a home owner select the type and model that will be most practical, based on their needs.
With the range of Indoor Air Quality Products, it will take an experienced professional to determine which system will work best for any given business or residence, There are in-line cartridge filter systems, box media filters, germicidal lights, activated carbon matrix filters which use UV-C, and various combinations of these systems. These products are designed to remove pollutants like dust, pollen, pet dander, and fungi, which are some of the major causes of illness, and provide clean, healthy air for residents or customers. These systems can be matched to a client’s specific needs to keep costs manageable and ensure that they are not paying for more than they need.
When the decision has been made to take advantage of Indoor Air Quality Products, dependable professionals like those at Burgeson’s Heating & Air Conditioning can help with the system selection as well as installation and maintenance. They have provided quality heating and cooling expertise since 1949, and they offer a wide range of systems to improve the air quality in a home or business.
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