Do you realize that the quality of air inside your home can be more polluted than the air outside? It’s perfectly natural for you and everyone in your family, and even your pets to constantly release bacteria, viruses, moisture, flakes of skin, body odors, and digestive gases into the air inside your home. Your carpets, furniture, and drapes could also be releasing fabric fibers and gases. With a good filtration system in your home, you can dramatically improve the environment, your health, and the quality of life for you and your family.
The fact is the air inside your home could be loaded with these pollutants but you can’t see them because the particles are so small that they are not visible to the naked eye. Of course your standard 1” furnace filter can capture some of these tiny particles, about 5-15%. The real issue comes down to knowing if your home has good air filtration.
Let us help you. Have a AirAdvice for Homes™ indoor air quality test done today in your home – it’s simple, easy, and is typically offered at low or no cost to you, the homeowner.
AirAdvice Indoor Air Quality Tips:
- Whenever you can, open the windows and let the fresh air in
- Change your furnace filter regularly
- Give your pets regular baths
- Keep the kitty litter boxes away from vents
- Turn on your furnace system blower to circulate polluted air through your furnace filter when you vacuum and dust
To find an IAQ expert in your area, click on the Find an Expert button at the top of this page. They will be able to determine if the heating and cooling systems are properly sized and functioning at optimum levels.