5 Tips To Boost Indoor Air Quality In Your Home

The quality of the air in your home is heavily tied to your family’s health. To boost indoor air quality in your home you can do a few things. These simple changes – followed through annually or monthly – can really improve your family’s health and the efficiency of your HVAC system.

Trying to boost indoor air quality is something we can help you do, and we can help guide you to the right products for your needs. Get in touch with our team to learn more about how to boost indoor air quality in your home.

1. Change Filters Often

Trying to boost indoor air quality requires a number of steps. The quickest and easiest among them is to change your furnace filter. H&S technicians can help you understand how often your system needs clean air filters, and you can schedule us to pay you a regular visit to handle it all, or purchase filters on your own for replacement.

2. Clean Furnace Ducts

Get rid of dust balls and other contaminants from your air ducts! H&S technicians use the  Rotobrush™ Air Duct Cleaning System to clean up your supply, intake and return ducts, removing dust, allergens and other junk from your HVAC system. Our  Rotobrush™ Air Duct Cleaning System even works on flex ducts.

3. Clean Furnace & Air Conditioner

Your furnace and air conditioner are going to use more energy when they’re full of gunk and debris. Without scheduled cleaning from an experienced technicians like H&S, your system could be spewing out all sorts of contaminants. Boost indoor air quality and save wear and tear on your equipment.

4. Humidification

Adding humidification to your heating and cooling system can really boost indoor air quality in your home. An in-line humidification system fills itself by being directly connected to a water supply, and cleans itself automatically.

Humid air retains heat better, allowing for more efficient heating in the winter. The systems we install require minimal maintenance.

5. Germicidal Lamp

Using brushes and other cleaning equipment, we can get all of the dust out of your HVAC system. But what about germs? H&S technicians can install a germicidal lamp into your furnace ductwork.

This silent helper is easily maintained, economical, safe for the family and environmentally friendly.

Get in touch with our team to learn more about how to boost indoor air quality in your home.