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Unfortunately, there are several potential sources of air pollution throughout your home and office space. Combustion devices and gas-fired appliances contribute fumes. Space heaters, ranges, ovens, stoves, furnaces, fireplaces, and water heaters all introduce gases and particles into the air. Some types of insulation used in the past contained asbestos, and older homes may still have it. Formaldehyde is often found in adhesives, certain types of foam insulation, and pressed wood products used to make cabinets. Allergens such as pet dander, pollen, dust mites, and mold, impact air quality. With such an overwhelming number of things working against you, it can be difficult to know how to fight back.
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The good news is that it is relatively simple to improve Indoor Air Quality, and the Head's HVAC air quality experts are here to help. BPI-certified, we are specifically qualified to identify problems in the indoor environment and implement cost-effective and long term solutions. We partner with the most recognized names in the industry and install only proven products. At Head's HVAC, it’s not about the sale. We build lasting relationships with our customers through trustworthy and quality service. There’s a reason we’ve been around, and continue to grow, after over 35 years in business. We have the experience you can count on to deliver satisfying results.
Air filters you find at big box stores are usually just dust filters. They are comprised of a fan, a filter, and some controls. Lacking the capability to combat harmful contaminants such as gases, viruses, or bacteria, they are ineffective. These portable units may even struggle to filter out fine particulates. Innovative whole-home air purifier systems install directly into your HVAC unit. These systems effectively trap and kill bacteria, viruses, mold spores, allergens, and numerous pollutants that would otherwise contaminate the air your family breathes. About 80% of all allergies and respiratory illnesses are triggered by small airborne contaminants in the indoor environment that can be cleaned from the air with a whole-home filtration system. These systems work silently, even when your HVAC system isn’t operating.
Using the natural power of ultraviolet light, UV lights control airborne allergens and organisms that thrive on the indoor coil of your cooling systems. Eliminating bacteria, mold, and viruses does more than improve air quality. HVAC system performance is improved. When mold is allowed to insulate coils, airflow can be restricted by as much as 9%. UV-C light is a natural disinfectant. It penetrates the membranes of microorganisms, reacts with their DNA, and reduces concentrations of airborne bioaerosols by fifty percent in just 45 minutes. The US government now recommends that UV light be used in air handling units to improve Indoor Air Quality in government buildings. This technology has been utilized in hospitals for years. Installed directly in your HVAC system, UV lights work silently and continuously.
Regular activities such as cooling, cleaning, and bathing can add up to 25 pounds of moisture to your home. Excess humidity causes fatigue, difficulty sleeping, and discomfort. Wood floors and furnishings may suffer damage. Dust mites and other insects thrive in hot, moist air. Mold and mildew growth can trigger allergies and asthma. While some homeowners turn to portable dehumidifiers, these units are often ineffective and can do more harm than good. If these units are not frequently cleaning, standing water can contribute to degraded air quality. Whole-house dehumidifiers work with your HVAC system to silently maintain relative humidity within ideal range. Less humidity allows you to feel cooler at higher temperatures. By setting the thermostat a little higher, you save on utility costs, without sacrificing comfort.
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Don’t let poor indoor air quality get you down – get in touch with Head's HVAC today!
When you contact Head's HVAC, you’ll always speak to a live and knowledgeable member of our staff. We are more than happy to discuss any concerns you may have, explain options, and make helpful recommendations. Improving air quality has tremendous benefits in terms of the health, cleanliness, and comfort of your home. Additionally, you’ll enjoy cleaner, more efficient operation from your HVAC system. With a wide range of effective and affordable products available, you’re sure to find the perfect solution to your exact needs.