You can filter or purify your indoor air for members with allergies, compromised immune systems, asthma, or COPD. Removing allergens and other pollutants from your indoor air can decrease your household’s chances of catching the flu, sinus infection, bronchitis, or pneumonia. This guide offers three solutions to improve the air quality in your Waynesboro, PA, home.
HVAC Air Filters
A variety of HVAC air filters can help to clean the air circulating in your home. If you need to remove specific allergens from your indoor air for vulnerable family members, our licensed HVAC service technicians can identify the problem and help you to eliminate:
- Insect parts, dust, and airborne particles
- Fiber from clothing, blankets, and carpets
- Cigarette or cigar smoke and cooking odors
Purifying Your Indoor Air
Some in-duct air purifiers can kill up to 99% of circulating bacteria and viruses, helping purify the air in your home. Advanced oxidation and reflective electromagnetic purifiers installed in your HVAC system create a peroxide plasma that removes:
- Pet dander, skin cells and airborne bacteria
- Radon, lead, and chemicals from cleaners
- Fragrances, formaldehyde, dust mites, and spores
- Cellulose fibers from newspapers and magazines
Dehumidifiers and Humidifiers
Excessive moisture promotes the growth of biological contaminants such as listeria, streptococcus, staphylococcus, and tuberculous that can lead to infections. Dehumidifiers that remove excess moisture from your indoor air can leave you feeling cooler and breathing easier. Humidifiers increase the moisture in your dry stale indoor air and can help prolong the life of your home heating and cooling system.
Air Quality Experts
Call our Bream’s Heating and Cooling Solutions technicians for transparent indoor air quality and duct cleaning solutions within your budget. Our business is family-owned and available 24/7 for free estimates or emergency HVAC repairs.
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