Whole House Air Filter Installation
According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), the three most useful methods of improving indoor air quality are air cleaning, increased ventilation, and source removal. While source removal and increased ventilation are highly recommended, they aren’t always practical. Therefore, the installation of a whole house air filter should be used as a complementary procedure.
You should begin cleaning up your air by removing any known pollutants (wood burning fireplaces, mold, mildew, excessive dust accumulation, and so on). You can also arrange to ventilate your home with fresh outdoor air whenever the weather is suitable. Finally, the installation of a whole house air filter can help to create cleaner air that has you and your family breathing easier. Whole house air filtration systems are highly effective in reducing indoor pollution.
What to Expect with Your Whole House Air Filter Installation
Installing your high efficiency air cleaning system takes several steps. First, our experienced technicians come out to evaluate your home in order to identify the type of system that will work best for your home, addressing the issues that are most important to you. The needs of each room, particularly the bathroom, kitchen, bedrooms, and family room, are identified and met.
Once you have selected your air cleaning system from the choices that our knowledgeable technicians provide, an appointment is scheduled to install it directly to your existing cooling and heating system. After installation, your air cleaning system filters our dust mites, smoke, pet dander, mold spores, dust particles, bacteria, pollen, and odors. It works quietly and efficiently to ensure a safe breathing environment.
A Few Facts That Might Make You Think Longer about What You Breathe in Each Day
- The Environmental Protection Agency states that asthma attacks are often triggered by exposure to dust mites, mold, pet danger, secondhand smoke, and cockroaches.
- According to the Environmental Protection Agency, asthma is more common in children than any other serious chronic disease. The Environmental Protection Agency has determined that indoor air pollution is one of the top environmental dangers facing Americans today. The American Lung Association estimates that more than 80% of Americans are unaware that their indoor air might be more polluted than the air on the outside of the home.
- According to the American Lung Association, the average individual breathes in as much as 3,400 gallons of air within a twenty-four hour period. Therefore, air pollution is a serious problem.
- According to the American Lung Association, air pollution influences the incidence of lung disease, one of the top killers of Americans today.
If you and your family are interested in clean air, please contact us to discuss the installation of a whole house air filter.