Very few things in life are as familiar to you as your home.
And, chances are, one of the things you like best are established and new fragrances. You know, like a home-cooked meal in the works, fresh cut flowers on the dining room table, or a romantic evening enhanced by scented candles. No doubt about it: the air inside your home can make it infinitely more inviting.
That’s the good news.
While there are numerous things you can do yourself to improve air quality, we offer several affordable and effective whole-house solutions. Among the most popular are whole-house air filters.
These systems are installed inside your air ducts. As conditioned air flows through them, the system traps the air pollutants so they can’t reach your living spaces. A whole-house filter can trap more than 99% of all dust, dust mites, viruses, bacteria, pet dander, and other air contaminants.
Air filtration systems – also called air cleaners – are out of sight, quiet, and need less maintenance than normal HVAC filters. They can run for up to 12 months without replacement. Making sure your home is free of harmful pollutants and bacteria can have a profound affect on your overall health as well as help you sleep at night!
Over time, all the air in your home will pass through your ducts and the air cleaner; and each time that happens, the filtering process is effectively getting rid of those unwanted “guests.”
To learn more about a whole-house air filter for your home, contact Bob Boldt HVAC today.
Unlike whole-house air filters that clean the air only as it passes through the filter, UV air sanitizing lamps go on “seek and destroy” missions, laying waste to airborne contaminants by destroying their DNA. Checking your home for mold is also a very important part of ensuring your health and safety inside your home.,
Just how effective are UV Lamps in cleaning your indoor air? Up to 99% and higher. Contact Bob Boldt HVAC today to learn more and start breathing a sigh of relief.
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