We have a wide range of indoor air quality products, but just knowing that doesn’t do you too much good. Instead, it makes much more sense to figure out what it is about your indoor air that’s bothering you. Then, after testing your air, we can figure out which products are best for you.
Even if you don’t think your air is bothering you, read over these cases for indoor air quality products anyways. You might realize that your air quality could be better than you initially thought.
Alleviate Allergies and Asthma
Do you or your family members seem to be suffering from allergies constantly? That could be due to the quality of the air inside your home. Pet dander, dust mites, and other particles will float around your HVAC system continuously. The only real way to get rid of them—without compromising the efficiency of your HVAC system—is to install an air filter.
The air filter acts as a trap for all the irritating pollutants. As they make their way through the system, they’ll get stuck to the mesh filter. After the filter is full, it can be replaced or washed.
Eliminate Germs and Reduce Sickness
We know that offices and shared spaces are breeding grounds for germs. Every day we make it back home from work without catching a seasonal cold is another victory. Our homes are supposed to be the haven from illness, but that’s not the case without assistance from an air purifier in Monsey.
Unlike dust and particles, living microorganisms won’t be stopped by a filter. What you need is a UV air purifier. But don’t worry, it’s very simple. These purifiers consist of ultraviolet light bulbs, which are capable of killing biological pollutants. They’re simply placed in a strategic location so that all of the air in the home must pass by it eventually.
Reduce Musty, Uncomfortable Air
Do you ever deal with air that just feels gross? Usually, this is due to excess moisture in the air, also known as high humidity. We’re all familiar with how a humid summer can make your home feel, but that’s not the only time humidity can strike. Certain areas of the home—like the basement—can become moist enough to encourage the growth of mold.
Whether you simply want to reduce humidity or if you have a mold problem, a whole-house dehumidifier is your answer.
My Air is Too Dry
The opposite problem of high humidity is humidity that’s too low. This ends up creating very dry air, and that can be uncomfortable in a different way. Dry and cracking skin, sore throats, and bloody noses are common symptoms of dry air. Plus, it can dry out your sinuses, making it difficult for your body to fight off colds or respiratory illnesses.
A whole-house humidifier will be able to balance your humidity problems (and unlike the portable humidifiers, you won’t have to constantly fill up a water tank).