There are so many things that can mess with your comfort when you live around here. We’ve all had our fair share of sneezing attacks due to dust. But did you know that there are systems out there that can help keep the air in your home clean and clear?
It’s true. If you are tired of your allergies being just as bad indoors and they are outside, it may be time to talk to one of our team members about some indoor air quality solutions. We can assess your air quality needs and work with you to schedule the installation of your new IAQ system.
To start, let’s check out what your best options are for your indoor air quality solutions this winter: a humidifier, an air filter, or an air purifier in Fruitland, NM.
The Factors That Impact Your IAQ
Even if you live in a modern, well-sealed home, you may need a little extra help with your IAQ. This is because a well-sealed home doesn’t allow for the movement of air the way older homes might. In other cases, older homes may be prone to allowing in outdoor air. Whether your home is well-sealed or not, you should want to do everything possible to ensure that your home IAQ is as healthy as possible. Factors that can mess with the air in your home include high levels of dust, pollen, fur, and other allergens. Air that is too dry can also make the comfort in your home far more uncomfortable than it should be.
Our IAQ Solutions For Your Home
When you notice that the air in your home is a little too dusty and irritating, it is a good idea to reach out to one of our professionals for help finding a solution. These are some of the systems we can install to keep your air clear of unwanted contaminants:
- Air Filter: Air filters are installed into your ductwork rather than built-in as a part of your heating system. An air filtration system is going to clean the heated air that is being pumped into your home by capturing unwanted particles of dust, fur, pollen, and other debris in a semi-permeable membrane that needs to be changed out by a professional after long periods of use.
- Air Purifier: An air purifier can be a great addition to your home’s ductwork as well. Air purifiers use electricity or UV light to clean the air in your home. These systems offer the unique ability to take down contaminants like mold spores, viruses, and bacteria. An air purifier can actually help you enjoy a healthier home because of this.
- Humidifier: Last but not least, a humidifier can be a huge help for your home. Another whole-home system that can be installed into your ductwork, this system will adjust the level of humidity in your home to counteract overly dry air. This can help you feel warmer, stay healthier, and even improve your furniture quality.
Need to boost your IAQ? Let us help. Contact Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. for the services you need. Don’t waste your time with the run-around. Give us a call and let us do it right the first time!