Your family has to worry enough about getting sick at school, work, or other locations - you shouldn’t have to stress about it in your home, too. To ensure the air in your home is healthy - especially if you have family members who suffer from asthma or allergies - have the indoor air quality in your home checked by a professional. Call Champion Comfort Experts to schedule an appointment in Asheville, NC. We offer same-day services and upfront pricing!
When was the last time you replaced your air filters? If you can’t remember - or if it’s been too long - contact us to schedule filter replacement services.
Filters To Use in Air Cleaners
To increase the indoor air quality in your home, it’s important to use proper filters in your air cleaner. Using the correct filter will help you remove dust, allergens, and other unwanted particles from the air you breathe in your house. Some different options for filters include:
- Ionic: This filter generates negative ions that capture positive ions - including dust and allergen particles.
- HEPA: This type of filter was originally developed to remove radioactive dust particles from the air. Now, it’s used to remove mold, dust mites, pet dander, bacteria, pollen, and more from the air.
- UV: This filter destroys microorganisms and helps prevent illness and disease.
- Carbon: This is the most absorbent type of filter. It can reduce odors and fumes without releasing the contaminants back into the air.
Issues That UV Air Sanitizers and Purifiers Can Resolve
UV air sanitizers and purifiers can greatly improve the air quality in your home. Some of the issues these systems can resolve include:
- Smoke from cigarettes, if someone in the household smokes.
- Allergens in the air that can aggravate symptoms for allergy sufferers.
- Pet dander from indoor pets.
- Breathing problems for those with asthma or respiratory issues.
- Excessive dust from homes.
- Indoor odors from cooking, pets, and other sources.
Looking for options to clean the air in your home? Call us to learn about the benefits of UV air sanitizers.
What Can Lead To Poor Indoor Air Quality
You clean your house regularly, so how can you have low indoor air quality? The sources of poor indoor air quality are numerous, including the following:
- Dust mites
- Poor ventilation
- Mold and mildew
- Chemicals from cleaning products
- Chemicals from paint
- Building materials
- High temperatures
- High levels of humidity