Air cleaning and purifying systems help improve the air quality in our homes. Cold temperatures mean spending a lot of time indoors. Though our homes keep us sheltered from the elements of winter, being cooped up for months can have an effect on not only mood, but also health. During winter, with our limited exposure to fresh air, it may be necessary to take additional steps to keep the air we breathe clean.
Improve Air Quality – Reduce allergies, sneezing and other effects associated with dust laden air or overly dry or overly moist air.
Every day hundreds of millions of homeowners suffer the effects of poor air quality. Colds and Flu are 75% more prevalent in the dry winter months. Consider adding a variable speed air purifier to increase air movement and help purify your home’s air.
73 Million people (and pets) in the United States suffer from Allergies. A dehumidifier uses a fan to draw moist room air over a series of coils – first a refrigerated coil, and then a heated coil. As the refrigerated coil cools down the moist air, the moisture content in the air condenses into water and drips down into a collection bucket or drain hose. The now drier air then passes over the heated coil before being released back into the room as dry, warm air. A dehumidifier is most effective at warmer temperatures and higher relative humidity levels.
73 Million people (and pets) in the United States suffer from Allergies. Humidifiers work to put moisture back in the air. An installed device emits water vapor into a space to increase the level of humidity, alleviating dry skin, chapped lips, nose bleeds and other pesky cold weather conditions. Our technicians install humidifiers to alleviate the discomfort of stagnant air.
Our Jack Rich staff is trained to check the furnace to ensure the thermostat and other parts are working properly. Installation of a proper air cleaning and humidity controlled system can provide a healthier way to enjoy your home and protect the health of your family.