When we’re deep into a normal hot and humid Texas summer, and the door and windows are shut tightly in your home, do you know what can happen inside? Your air can not only become stale, but it can actually become polluted. Even the cleanest of homes are subject to this.
VOCs are toxins released into the air from many things. Household cleaners and air fresheners (oh yes, this applies to Febreeze), carpets, paints, wood finishing products and even that brand new bed could be poisoning your air. VOCs are a big deal, and through help from the EPA, homeowners are finally waking up to this.
Other pollutants includes mold spores, bacteria, viruses, allergens, smoke, dander…the list is long. So what’s the solution to air quality issues? Open up all of the doors and windows? That would work, but you’d spend on your A/C bill. The solution lies in equipment that offers whole house air purification. Schedule an estimate to learn more, or call us at (281) 330-9928 for more information.
An electronic air cleaner will do wonders for your home air. They are able to filter microscopic particles and toxins including bacteria, allergens, VOCs, mold and much more.
Ultraviolet air treatment is used in the indoor coil and/or ducting to kill airborne and surface mold and bacteria. Surface mold on the indoor coil can hurt cooling efficient, and cause mold spores to be released into the air.
Ventilators exchange stale inside air with fresh air from outside, and they transfer heat energy in the process! That means your home air can be refreshed without a huge hit on your utility bills.
Balancing the humidity year round will make your home more comfortable, and it will also protect your utility bills because you’ll run the air conditioning and heating less.