Indoor Air Quality
All Comfort Heating and Cooling offers many options for ensuring the indoor air quality of your home is satisfactory to you. Air quality begins with the air filter located in your HVAC return. Most air filters are designed only to capture larger airborne particles such as dust, pollen, animal dander and allergens from dust mites and cockroaches.
When air filters are not enough to deliver the indoor air quality you seek for your family, there are other options our heating and air conditioning technicians can provide to you. These options include: ultraviolet light air cleaners, electrostatic air filters, electronic air cleaners, humidifiers, and dehumidifiers. According to the EPA (United States Environmental Protection Agency) indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental health risks.
Does your family suffer from allergies? One option to improve indoor air quality is by installing an Ultraviolet Light whole home air cleaner. This air cleaner works with encased UV lights (UV-C lamps) that kill many indoor air pollutants.
By determining your family’s indoor air quality needs, you will be able to choose which HVAC air filters are best for your home. A standard disposable air filter may do the trick, or do you need more protection from indoor allergens?
When your indoor air quality needs to be top notch, a whole home air cleaner is a great option for your family. Do you or a member of your family suffer from asthma or other respiratory health problems? Do you want relief?
Is your indoor air dry during the winter months? Do you want to clear up those skin irritations your family has due to dry air? Find out what a whole home humidifier can do for your indoor air quality.
There is no question that Wilmington North Carolina is humid; but you do not have to experience this humidity indoors. Did know that these humid conditions are breeding grounds for mold and bacteria?