Better Air, Better Health: Why is Indoor Air Quality Important?

As our homes become more energy efficient and “airtight,” by taking care of those leaky windows and air ducts, a side effect can be poor air quality. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air is typically 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air. Indoor air pollutants can include:

  • Mold and mildew.
  • Dust mites.
  • Pet dander and pollen.
  • Airborne viruses and bacteria.
  • Fumes from household chemicals.
  • Carbon monoxide and lead particles.

These pollutants can cause health issues and allergic reactions, and over time can cause headaches, fatigue, memory lapse, and respiratory problems, especially among children.

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Indoor Air Quality Solutions

Reducing indoor air pollution can be a two step process: cleaning the air and preventing your home from being a breeding ground for pollutants. Controlling the humidity levels in your home can prevent unwanted growth of mold, mildew and other fungus and germs. After that, there are several ways of filtering and cleaning your air to reduce the amount of pollutants in the air, including correctly installed UV lights.

Some solutions we offer that have proven to help reduce indoor air pollution and create cleaner air include:

  • UV Lights
  • Humidifiers
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Air Purifiers
  • Air Cleaners
  • And More!
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Breathe Easier With The REME HALO Air Purifier

This powerful tool is easily installed into your existing HVAC duct system to reduce unwanted contaminants in every cubic foot of air within your home or business. The REME HALO creates ionized Hydro-Peroxide plasma that circulates throughout the entire duct network and into the conditioned part of the building, destroying pollutants like:

  • Viruses
  • Bacteria
  • Mold
  • VOCs
  • Odor particles

This process also causes dust, dander and pollen particles to stick to one another, creating larger clumps that are more easily caught in your HVAC filters. Hydroperoxides are part of the outdoor environment’s way of cleaning the air and are found naturally in the atmosphere.

For Clean Indoor Air, Call Centex Mechanical Air & Heat Today!

Our family owned company has served the Bastrop County area for over 36 years, providing award winning service to our customers. Creating the best indoor air quality in your home can be a challenge; there are many products and factors to consider. We will work with you to figure out what your home needs to keep you and your family breathing clean air.

Let our experienced, licensed, and trusted technicians answer your questions about indoor air quality in your home. Schedule an appointment today and we will work with you to create a healthier home.