Did you know that indoor air can be just as polluted as the air outside? This is because household products and materials can release gases, particles and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into the air, which can cause discomfort or even trigger allergic reactions in a home’s occupants. Fortunately, indoor air pollution doesn’t have to be hard to deal with. Here All Seasons Inc., one of the area’s most reliable electric panel companies, shares some of the symptoms of poor indoor air quality and how to effectively deal with them.
Indications of Poor Indoor Air
There are many sources of indoor air pollution, including building materials and furnishings, household cleaning products and excess moisture. These can lead to discomfort by causing asthma, allergies and other respiratory problems to worsen. Headaches, nausea, coughing and sneezing, along with shortness of breath, may also point to poor indoor air quality. With everyone staying inside their homes in this era of coronavirus, social distancing and lockdowns, it’s especially important to take measures to keep the air inside your home safe and healthy. So how exactly do you address indoor air pollution?
Dealing With Indoor Air Pollution
One of the top air conditioning companies in the area, All Seasons Inc. can help improve your home’s indoor air quality with our range of high-quality products from Carrier®. These include:
- Air filtration systems. Our Carrier Infinity Air Purifier and Performance Electronic Air Cleaner effectively remove bacteria, pollen, animal dander and other pollutants from the air you breathe inside your home.
- Fan-Powered Humidifiers. Fan-powered humidifiers are independent units with their own fans that add moisture directly into your ducts to prevent dry air and the health risks associated with it.
- Energy Recovery Ventilators. Our high-performing ventilators expel warm, stale air from your living spaces while letting in fresh, clean air. We also have heat recovery ventilators that keep your indoor air warm and fresh over longer heating seasons.
- UV Lamps. This type of lamp kills bacteria, mold and viruses that live in moist environments, such as the coils on your indoor air conditioning unit.
Work only with All Seasons Inc., one of the premier furnace companies in the area, for all your indoor air quality needs. With our top-tier products and services, we’ll help keep your home safe and healthy in these uncertain times. We serve Tacoma, WA and the nearby areas. Call us today at (253) 879-9144 or fill out this contact form to schedule your HVAC evaluation.