Air filtration systems and air scrubbers are becoming much more common throughout the state of Texas on account of its highly dry climate and dusty atmosphere. In order to prevent your family from breathing in all of those harmful contaminants, you should schedule a visit with one of our professionals at Bayshore Air and Heat to discuss which type of air cleaning system will fit your individual needs. Our powerful systems can give you peace of mind in knowing you have superior indoor air quality.
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Air filters are excellent methods of trapping the harmful pieces of dirt, dust, pollen, mold spores, ash, and other pollutants floating around your house. There are multiple types of systems, however, so you should discuss which one is best for you with a professional HVAC specialist.
Some examples of common air filtration systems that are highly popular include:
- HEPA filters
- Media filters
- Electrostatic filters
- Washable filters
- Pleated filters
- Spun glass filters
- UV light filters
While you may not know what all these terms mean, there is no need to feel overwhelmed. A knowledgeable indoor air quality specialist will be able to walk you through the basics of the different kinds of filters, as well as explain the pros and cons of each type of filter. With a detailed consultation from one of our technicians, you will be able to make a truly informed decision.
The Benefits of Using an Indoor Air Scrubber
Although air filtration systems are capable of filtering out a lot of unpleasant, harmful particles from your home, they are not able to trap microscopic pollutants or dangerous gases that are so small they just slip through the filter. This is where it becomes handy to invest in an air scrubber, which gets attached to your HVAC system. Air scrubbers are able to remove these hazardous materials from the air, ranging from volatile organic compounds (VOCs) to smelly odors left by pets. Your home will be cleaner and smell fresher.
The Importance of Cleaning Your Air Ducts Periodically
Were you aware that one of the greatest contributors to indoor air pollution is actually your ductwork? Even though your ductwork works well at providing warm or cool air for your house, it also greatly jeopardizes the purity of air in your home. Pollutants gather in the ductwork and are constantly circulated back out into each room and directly into your lungs.
If you have your ducts cleaned on a regular basis, however, you can avoid breathing in all of these hazardous pollutants. Speak to our team at Bayshore Air and Heat to discuss how you can breathe more easily with clean ducts.
Give us a call today at (346) 666-7882 or contact our team online if you want to know more about our League City indoor air quality services.