Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality is a Real Concern
At Conditioned Air, Inc. our concern for your comfort extends to your overall well-being. We know the quality of the air inside your home directly affects your health.
Everyone benefits from an air conditioning system that cleans the air as it cools; especially allergy sufferers and people with respiratory problems. Mold, bacteria, pet dander, pollen and other pollutants all pass through your air filter. Choosing an air conditioning system or component that greatly improves your indoor air quality is something worth considering.
Conditioned Air is pleased to offer a broad selection of components and systems designed to keep the air in your home at its best, and keep your family healthy and well. Please take a look at the items we offer from a variety of manufacturers. Our guarantee applies to any accessory we install. Click here to download our informative brochure about Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).
In our Southwest Florida climate, controlling the amount of humidity inside your home is an important part of keeping your home cool and comfortable. Dehumidification takes place in your air conditioning system’s indoor component, the air handler. However, in a climate as extreme as ours, or if you have any specific needs, you might want to consider augmenting your air handler’s dehumidification capability.
Click here to learn about the variety of products we make available to keep your home dry and comfortable.
You may be surprised to learn that new construction standards may lessen the quality of the air inside your house. Because of the way homes are built these days, with tighter seals to keep energy costs down by limiting the escape of “conditioned” air, the quality of the air inside your home is often worse than the air outside, especially in major cities. As the air inside your home is re-circulated, allergens, dust, mold, viruses and even odors can impact your health. Therefore, removing all those impurities has become a higher priority now more than ever. Have your air filters checked, cleaned or replaced often.
Ultraviolet light can be used effectively as a disinfectant by installing an ultraviolet air disinfection system in your central heating and air conditioning system. UV air disinfection equipment works by flooding an area of your HVAC system with UV light. As air circulates through the system, it is disinfected from the exposure to this UV light. This process rapidly and dramatically reduces airborne bacteria, viruses and allergens. If installed in proximity to the indoor coil it can greatly improve the cleanliness of the coil.
As your air handler performs its function of drawing air over the evaporator coils to cool it, it also removes humidity from the air. This process produces water which is collected in drain pans located within the air handler structure. Over time, these drain pans can become a source of mold and mildew, contaminating the air that is drawn through the air handler itself, introducing harmful allergens into the air you breathe. Problems can also occur if the drain pans overflow, leading to possible water damage in your home. Have the condensate drain pans cleaned regularly to maintain good air quality. Safety switches and water sensors can also be installed to help prevent overflows and water damage.
Click here to learn about the water protection products that complement your HVAC system to address these problems.
Would you like a printable brochure describing how to make your indoor air quality the best it can be? Click to download our Indoor Air Quality brochure.
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