Breathe Clean This Summer!

Breathe clean air this summer with indoor air quality services from Excel!
May 9, 2017

Spring is in full-swing, which has plenty of homeowners in the Harrisonburg, VA area focusing on getting ready for the summer months. While this often includes cleaning up around the house, now is also a perfect time to start thinking about the quality of the air you’re breathing. Indoor air quality is something that often goes overlooked, yet the impact it can have on the health and safety of you and your family is real.

It’s time to put a stop to ignoring the quality of your indoor air. Not sure where to start? Consider installing an air filtration system.

Why Filter Your Air?

If there’s one reason why people tend to go through life without ever even thinking about the quality of their indoor air, it’s because warning signs rarely show themselves unless they’re sought out. Just because it doesn’t seem as if your air is suffering from any issues doesn’t mean it’s actually clean, however. Pollutants, irritants and even allergens like mold and mildew, for example, can also contribute to indoor air quality issues, and unless things are really bad, it may be wholly unnoticeable.

The most effective way to clean your home’s air is via special equipment, including filters, purifiers and dehumidifiers.

Types of Air Cleaning Equipment

There are a handful of different options to choose from when looking for equipment that can help to clean your indoor air. These include:

  • Air Filtration Systems

Air filtration systems remove numerous pollutants from the air, including dust, bacteria and mold. Whole home filters can improve air quality in every room throughout the home, making them especially popular among those who suffer from allergies and asthma.

  • UV-C Light Purification Systems

This type of technology combines an activated carbon filter with UV-C light, the latter of which serves to sterilize the air while the carbon filters it. These systems tend to be very effective.

  • Ventilating Dehumidifiers

If humidity is an issue, a ventilating dehumidifier can be the perfect solution. These not only clean the air, but provide fresh air ventilation at the same time and help to control humidity levels throughout the home.

Let Excel Help You Breathe Clean Air This Summer!

At Excel Heating and Cooling, we believe few things matter quite as much as helping out customers and their families breathe clean indoor air. If you’re ready to learn more about how to keep your air clean and safe to breathe this summer, we’re here to assist you.

Contact us today to learn more or to schedule an appointment with one of our indoor air quality specialists.

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