Invest in Healthy Indoor Air Quality

Maintaining healthy indoor air quality is important in every household.  In order to achieve a healthy indoor air environment, your home must be free from air contaminants such as mold spores, allergens, dust, dander, foul odor, radon, chemicals, and VOCs, as well as keeping the right humidity and having proper heating and cooling systems. 

Luckily, there are many different ways to keep your air quality healthy. Some of these tactics include using an air purifier, humidifier, dehumidifier, and radon detector, as well as frequently changing your HVAC filters, remediating mold, cleaning your air ducts, and more.

Indoor Air Purification

Air Purifiers

There are many different types of air purifiers on the market. Some air purifiers are better for eliminated smoke, dust, and germs, while others are designed to reduce pet dander and mold. No matter what type of air purifier you are looking for, we have tested and reviewed it.

It is important to keep the air in your home clean and fresh. Your home should be a place to relax and be free from all of the outdoor air pollutants. What many people don’t know is that the air in your home is often even more polluted that the air outside.

Using an air purifier is the best way to eliminate air contaminants in your house.

  • HEPA Purifiers

A HEPA air purifier will remove 99.97% of air particles that are at least .3 microns in size. This means that particles such as dust, dirt, mold spores, pet dander, smoke, and more will be virtually eliminated from your home.

  • Activated Carbon

An activated carbon filter uses advanced activated carbon technology to absorb odors. These purifiers can effectively reduce smoke odor, pet smells, mold odor, cooking odor, and more.

  • UV Light Technology

UV light technology is one of the more advanced technologies on the market today. You may have heard of this technology being used to purify water, but it can also be used to kill bacteria in the air. UV light zaps air contaminants such as as mold, bacteria, germs and dust mites.