Clean air is important. it’s how we live.
Indoor Air Quality & Humidifiers
Whether it’s putting a small hand sanitizer in your child’s coat pocket or keeping anti-bacterial wipes at your desk at work, many of us do whatever we can to keep harmful germs at bay. But what about in your own home?
Having Breathing Issues?
Do you know what is circulating through air your ducts and, subsequently, into your lungs? The harmful germs and microscopic dirt in the air might surprise you. In fact, the EPA states that the air in an average, unfiltered home is 5 times more polluted than some major metropolitan cities. In order to reduce the amount of airborne toxins and dust in your home that could affect your health, Springs Heating & Cooling is able to install and maintain many air quality products to improve the air you breathe. These range from furnace filters and air conditioner filters to dedicated air filters. In addition, air duct cleaning can make a huge improvement in the quality of your home’s air. Plus, the addition of a humidifier or dehumidifier can make a significant contribution to both the comfort and healthiness of your home. It is recommended that furnace filters be changed monthly to maximize the effectiveness of the filters.
Here are just a couple of the many possible air quality filtration systems that are possible to be installed in homes.
A High Efficiency Particulate Air Filter (HEPA Filter) does exactly what the name implies: It filters all the little particles that are circulating in your home so that you and your loved ones aren’t repeatedly exposed to them. Keeping your air clean helps everyone in the house, but especially those in the family who suffer from allergies, asthma, and other respiratory conditions. Installing a HEPA filter can be a quick and easy process and can provide a healthier, cleaner environment for you and your family.
UV filters work on purifying the air that circulates through your HVAC system. The UV light helps to destroy things that can’t be caught in a physical filter, such as gases, odors and some biological elements such as mold and bacteria.
In Colorado Springs, Humidification is crucial
Balancing humidity is like balancing a low-carb diet. “Hot and Cold” are usually the first words that come to mind when talking about your home’s HVAC system. Two words that don’t come to mind, but should are “Damp and Dry.” In an overly damp environment, bacteria, mold, dust mites and germs are able to multiply quickly and exponentially. On the flip side, an overly dry environment makes your skin more susceptible to bacteria, mold, dust mites and germs entering or harming your body. Springs Heating and Cooling can install whole house humidifiers in your home’s forced air heating system that will alleviate the problems of not having enough humidity for a healthy environment.
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