You can improve your home’s indoor air quality by using efficient appliances to remove pollutants in the air. Air purifiers are the first defense against air particles and overall poor air quality. However, air purifiers can only do so much when it comes to removing minute specks that are too small to see. Other units such as humidifiers and UV lamps are used for removing such elements. The UV light expunges most bacteria and parasites, while the humidifier gives you control over the moisture content in the air. Armor Air’s certified technician will walk you through and explain your options to achieve excellent air quality.
Here are some of our indoor air quality services and products that can improve your home’s indoor air quality.
UV lights are powerful tools that improve indoor air quality because they can kill and sterilize common household contaminants. These lights can be installed in your HVAC system to kill mold and bacteria and funnel purified air back into your indoor air.
Whole home humidifiers are great for the winter months when the air is dry. This device can help keep your dry skin from cracking and your freshly laundered clothes from clinging to you or giving you a surprising static shock. Schedule service now with Armor air to have one of these installed in your home.
If you’re seeing condensation on your windows, there’s a very good chance your indoor air is too humid. Whole house dehumidifiers can help reduce the amount of moisture in your indoor air and prevent mold, mildew, and other harmful particulates from taking up residence in your central Tennessee home.
Augment your air filter’s efforts with a central air purification system. These indoor air quality systems are installed in your ductwork and can remove dust mites, mold, bacteria, and viruses from your indoor air.
HEPA filters and other filtration systems can improve poor indoor air quality and help people with allergy and asthma symptoms breathe easier. These systems are great for pet owners who have issues with pet dander.
The thermostat is the brain of your HVAC system. It communicates with your heater or air conditioner to produce the amount of conditioned air necessary to hit the desired temperature. Armor Air’s thermostat specialists can help you set up programmable and WiFi Smart thermostats that offer energy efficiency and convenience.
Sealing Crawl Spaces
Having your crawl space sealed is another great indoor air solution. An unsealed crawl space can be a haven for mold, bacteria, insects, and rodents that carry diseases. These are all things that can negatively impact indoor air quality.
Talk to our professional indoor air quality service provider today to see what kind of indoor air quality solutions we can bring to your Murfreesboro home.