Indoor Air Quality in Covina, CA
Dust, pollen, bacteria, mold, and allergens should be concerns for every homeowner. Your indoor air quality concerns are our indoor quality concerns. We not only want to install a great heating and cooling system in your home but we want to install a system that allows you to breathe CLEAN filtered air. Many times the air inside your home has poorer air quality than the air outside your home. That is a scary truth. Your family’s health is always important and we consider the indoor air quality a major factor in our new system installations. We offer the very best in air cleaners and air purifiers. We offer whole-house air cleaning systems that can remove 99.9% of the airborne allergens in your home. If any of your family members suffer from asthma, consider installing an air cleaner in your home. Ask about our other indoor air quality solutions that can make your home comfortable with cleaner air.
Another way to reduce your risk of poor air quality is to ensure that you air filters are changed on a monthly basis. The filters can become full of dust and dirt quickly, so ensure you are keeping your filters clean by replacing them regularly.
Choosing the Right Air Cleaning System
There are many options when it comes to air filters and air purifiers. Consider the size of the pollutants that you are trying to filter. Get your air tested to determine what allergens or pollutants are present in your home. A media filter may capture dust and pollen but smaller particles like mold spores or smoke particles will go right through it. The highest rated media filters (HEPA) can capture up to 99.9% of all contaminants 0.3 microns or larger. If you have smaller pollutants in your home, consider the whole house option. The whole house air cleaner is installed with your furnace or air handler. That way all the air that circulates your house is filtered through the air cleaner. Some air cleaners today can remove 99.99% of air borne allergens that are filtered through the system including pollutants smaller than .1 microns.