Air Filtration Services in Goodyear Including Greater Phoenix, AZ Area
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Indoor air pollution can be negatively affecting your health and the health of your family every time you enter your home, and you may not even know it. That’s why A Quality HVAC offers air filtration services to all of our customers looking to improve their home’s air quality by removing dust, debris, and pollutants before they have a chance to circulate through your living space.
Our experienced technicians can advise you on what type of air filtration system would be best suited for you and your home, perform the installation, and help you keep it running effectively and efficiently for years to come. With your air filtration system, you’ll never have to worry about the indoor air quality in your home affecting your allergies, triggering your asthma, or causing other health issues, ever again.
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The Importance of Indoor Air Quality
Did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lists indoor air pollution as one of the top five environmental risks to public health? We often feel safest in our own homes, but when we don’t properly maintain our living space, it can raise several dangers, some of which are invisible. Below are some of the primary reasons that maintaining good air quality in your home is of the utmost importance.
You Spend More Time in Your Home Than Anywhere Else
Most of us spend a majority of our everyday lives in our homes. Even if you work a ton of hours at your job, or you try to enjoy the outdoors as much as possible, you’re going to find yourself at home for at least 8, 10, 12 hours, or more every day. If the air quality in your home is poor, your health and the health of the other occupants will suffer.
Pollutants are Typically More Concentrated Indoors
According to the EPA, pollutants can be from two to five times more concentrated in an indoor space, and that concentration level can increase in higher temperatures and humidity levels. In other words, the adverse effects of indoor air pollution in your home can be multiple times greater than outdoor air pollution.
Poor Air Quality Affects Asthma and Allergy Sufferers
Yes, indoor air pollution affects everyone, but it especially harms asthma and allergy sufferers. With pollen, dander, and other allergens circulating your home, allergy flare-ups can be almost unbearable. And with dust, mold, and other debris in the air, asthma attacks can be frequent.
How Air Filtration Can Help You
When you choose to install an air filtration system in your home, you’re helping to guard against a host of health issues, and you’re raising the quality of life of you and your family. Air filtration systems will:
- Prevent destructive and costly mold and mildew growth
- Remove allergens like pollen and pet dander
- Reduce the spread of airborne illnesses such as colds and viruses
- Alleviate allergy and asthma symptoms
- Neutralize unpleasant odors in your home
- Remove radon and asbestos
- Eliminate harmful chemicals
- Improve sleep quality
As you can see, there’s a long list of ways in which air filtration in your home can help you. If you’re interested in learning more, give A Quality HVAC a call today.
Signs That You Need Air Filtration in Your Home
Unsure whether or not air filtration might be helpful in your home? Well, the odds are that no matter what your situation is, you could stand to benefit from better air quality in your house. Still, air filtration might be beneficial to you if you’re experiencing any of the following:
If you can’t seem to keep up with all the dust that collects in your home, air filtration can help with that. It won’t make it so that you never have to clean again, but it can certainly help make the job of keeping your home dust-free a whole lot easier.
Stale and Stuffy Air
Foul-smelling and stuffy air in your home can make it an unpleasant place to be for you, your family, and any guests you may have over. Air filtration can make it so that the air your home’s residents breathe is as pure and free from odor as possible.
Who wants to live in a home to which they’re essentially allergic? If you find that you or a family member is sneezing all the time in your home, air filtration may be the solution.
Believe it or not, the allergens in your home may be causing you to snore. Snoring can really hurt your sleep quality and the quality of sleep of anyone within earshot, so getting air filtration may just help you and your family get better rest.