Indoor Air Quality — Know Your Options

Did you know that the air inside of our homes is generally 2 to 5 times more polluted than the air outside? That’s because sunlight, storms, and other natural functions tend to clean the air outside of your home, while the air inside is contaminated by household chemicals like paints, cleaning products, deodorizers, and more. Poor indoor air quality can cause:

  • Asthma
  • Coughing & Sneezing
  • Longer Lasting Colds

But there are ways to filter the air in your home to make it healthier! We’ve outlined some of them in this video. Watch the instructional video to learn more or read the transcript below.

You have a number of options when it comes to air filtration. These include:

  • Polarized Media Air Cleaner– Replacing your traditional air filter with one of these units will help you capture up to 97% of particles and allergens in the air.
  • Dual Wavelength Ultraviolet Light– These filtration devices use the same method as mother nature! Dual wavelength UV light replicates the suns cleaning rays to eliminate germs, bacteria, and gas odors without harsh chemicals and sprays.
  • Whole Home HEPA Filter– HEPA filtration is the ultimate in indoor air quality. These units can remove 99.7% of harmful materials form the air, including pollen, smoke, pet dander, and so much more.

Interested in getting better indoor air quality for your home? Call Outstanding Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning to learn more about air filtration today.

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