Did you know that the air quality inside of your home may be up to 5 times worse than the air quality outdoors? It’s common for homeowners to struggle with indoor air quality issues, and sometimes, a filter just cannot fix the problem.
Whole-house indoor air quality equipment integrates into your HVAC system to provide comfort and precision cooling and heating. What’s more is that it can save you money!
Dehumidifiers Improve Efficiency
A dehumidifier may significantly improve the way your air conditioner works. Often, it’s not the heat that makes you feel warm and uncomfortable—it’s the humidity. You might end up lowering the temperature on your thermostat too low just to feel relief, wasting energy.
A whole-house dehumidifier helps you to save on energy costs over time. It makes it so that you may not need to set the temperature so low. You might not even need to turn on the AC at all at some times, running only a dehumidifier, which uses less energy overall.
The Right Filtration System Increases Airflow
If you choose an air filtration system that is integrated into your HVAC system, then technicians should pay careful attention to airflow restrictions before putting one into place.
Often, homeowners attempt to install a filter to relieve allergens on their own, replacing the standard AC/heating filter with one that is highly rated for effectiveness. The problem is that more effective filters often block air from flowing into the system. And a reduction in airflow causes major problems for the AC system, resulting in a potentially high cost of repairs as your unit has to work much too hard.
Let a technician help you pick out a whole-home air filtration system or air purifier instead, so that you know that your AC system is in good hands, too!
Get Peace of Mind Today
When you have a whole-home indoor air quality system installed with your HVAC equipment by a professional technician, you can feel confident that it will help to improve your air. You might save in other ways, too, when allergens and contaminants that make you sick are out of the air (on over-the-counter medicines, tissues, and so on). Call your local technicians today!
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