How protected is the air in your home? Most people don’t realize how much their home indoor air quality affects their health. Common symptoms like sneezing, congestion and coughing could very well be a result of poor IAQ.
Indoor pollutants like dust mites, pet dander, pollen, viruses like colds and the flu, end up suspended in the air, accumulate in your ductwork and recirculate through your air system into the air you’re breathing.
Humidity is one of the most important and least thought about pollutant. If the humidity isn’t maintained at optimal levels in summer and winter, it can have an adverse effect on your IAQ. Too much humidity, mold and mildew begin to form, too little you may experience skin irritation, dry eyes, nose and throat.
Force Home Services has a variety of solutions to help you feel good about the air your family is breathing which can also help your HVAC system operate more efficiently. They can’t eliminate everything, but they can help improve your indoor air quality.
An A/C System must lower the humidity level along with the air temperature. If the humidity level isn’t right the air will be cool but feel damp creating an optimal environment for mold and mildew.
Maintain the right humidity level during the colder months you’ll breathe easier and help eliminate dry eye, nose and throat irritations.
Air Duct Cleaning
Cleaning not only makes your HVAC system operate more efficiently, it removes the indoor pollutants that have been collected in the ducts and is being circulated throughout your home.
Air Cleaners and Scrubbers
Fits in with existing HVAC system and can kill up to 99% of bacteria, mold and viruses.
Schedule an appointment today with a Force Home Services HVAC Service Professional and find out how to optimize the air quality in your home.
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