Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) can be affected by microbial contaminants (mold, bacteria), gases (including carbon monoxide, radon, volatile organic compounds), particulates, or any mass or energy stressor that can induce adverse health conditions. Indoor air is becoming an increasingly more concerning health hazard than outdoor air. Using ventilation to dilute contaminants, filtration, and source control are the primary methods for improving indoor air quality in most homes and/or buildings.
DID YOU KNOW?
-Indoor air pollution can actually be worse for you than outdoor pollution.
-Dirty, dusty dryer vents are actually the leading cause of dryer related fires.
-Unmaintained ducts can carry all types of harmful airborne pollutants.
These air filters have a double walled frame with diagonal supports bonded to pleats for added strength and durability. It operates across a wide range of temperatures and applications. It also reduces energy cost and, easy to install.
Flow of air through these devices, remove harmful and annoying airborne pollutants and impurities in your home or office. An electronic air cleaner, can eliminate up to 95% of the airborne particles in your home. In addition, it can save you as much as 10%-15% on your heating and cooling operating costs.
Another good option is a basic air filter, in which this is a device composed of fibrous materials, which removes solid particulates such as dust, pollen, mold and bacteria from the air. A chemical air filter consists of an absorbent or catalyst for the removal of airborne molecular contaminants such as volatile organic compounds or ozone. In addition, air filters are used in applications where air quality is important, notably in a home and/or building ventilation systems.
Once set to a comfortable humidity level, humidifiers can alleviate a host of problems associated with hot, dry air, including breathing difficulties, wall and ceiling cracks, plant damage, static shock, and more easily dry wood floors, doors and trim. For homes with a forced-air furnace, a humidifier may be installed on the heating system. A properly installed humidifier will give you all the relief required to greatly improve breathing conditions along with protecting wooden objects, antiques and other furnishings. Which may be sensitive to damage from overly dry air. In colder months, they may provide substantial energy savings, since as humidity increases, occupants feel warm at a lower temperature.
If your hot air system causes your home’s air to be uncomfortably dry; ask about an Aprilaire or Skuttle humidification system which is a cost effective system in improving the air quality in your home.
Helps to maintain system efficiency and airflow, which saves money by not having to have your system coil cleaned as often. Eliminates up to 99.9% of mold spores in your system, and Kills up to 87% of certain airborne bacteria passing by the system.
The Problem Dirty Ducts
Besides lost efficiency and operational hazards, dirty ducts are an ideal breeding ground for pollen, mold spores, mildew, bacteria; and also other potentially harmful bio-pollutants which can pass easily through the furnace filter and into the air you breathe.
The Solution – Breezin’s State-Of-The-Art Duct Cleaning Process
Our process utilizes a HEPA-AIRE Portable Power Vac in tandem; with a specially designed Aire-Sweep Portable Air Compressor and also Agitation Tools. This method enables Breezin’s duct cleaners to remove contaminants from all parts of the duct system, regardless of location or type of duct.
Want to learn more? Contact us and we’ll be happy to explain the whole process.