Are you ignoring air filtration? You could be making a mistake. The indoor air you breathe every day has a serious impact on your daily life, and air filtration devices are one of the easiest ways to improve your health and comfort. In addition, they can improve the investment you’ve made in your overall HVAC system.
Look at just a few of the benefits you get from focusing on indoor air quality:
1. Breathe Easier – If you have breathing problems, whether it’s asthma, emphysema, or allergies to dust or mold, you’ll notice immediate benefits from installing an air filtration device. Even if you don’t have these pre-existing conditions, you’ll get relief. Cleaner air means less work for your lungs. For people who are already sick, however, the appropriate air quality control treatment plan can make a significant impact on keeping you well.
2. Stay Healthier Longer – Contaminants in your indoor air include common germs and immune-hampering pollutants. Cleaning your air means removing these particles, which could be making you and your family ill. Avoid the never-ending exchange of colds and flu during season changes with the help of a convenient HVAC add-on.
3. Extend the Life of Your HVAC System – Popular air filters sold in big box stores may claim to remove pollutants from the air. When they work, they often overtax your furnace or air conditioner by blocking the normal flow of air through your HVAC equipment. This irregular wear-and-tear shortens the life of these expensive units. DIY air filtration just isn’t worth it.
In contrast, Carolina Comfort, Inc. has access to the latest developments in air filtering, from HVAC-safe filters to furnace and AC unit upgrades to standalone units. This equipment provides homeowners with safe and effective air filtering without adding extra stress to your other equipment. Handled appropriately, you can stay healthier longer and be more comfortable, without the fear of risking your home’s heating or cooling.
Discuss your best air filtration options with professional installers today.