Is the air in your home healthy?
According to the US EPA, the average American spends 90 percent of their time indoors, where concentrations of some pollutants are often two to five times higher than outdoor environments. An important source of these pollutants is combustion appliances, such as heating systems and fireplaces. These can release harmful byproducts like carbon monoxide and particulates that affect your health, along with dust mites, mold, mildew, bacteria, viruses, skin flakes, chemical fumes, pollen and more. Ironically, today’s tightly sealed and well-insulated homes only make the problem worse as the same contaminated air circulates and recirculates.
In addition to health concerns, homeowners need to consider the impact of air quality and humidity on their furnishings, leather, hardwood floors, computers, artwork and even musical instruments, to name a few. Rocky Mountain Climate supplies a wide range of Carrier air-quality solutions such as humidifiers, ventilators, ultraviolet lamps, air filters and monitors. Founded in 1902 by Willis Carrier, inventor of modern air conditioning, Carrier provides air-quality solutions around the globe.
Having an air cleaner cleans air effectively by removing bacteria, pollen, animal dander and pollutants as small as 0.01 microns.
Another great tip to increase indoor air quality is to use a humidifier to control moisture.
Plus, consider installing a ventilator. It brings fresh air into your home year-round with minimal energy loss.
Fortunately, our wide range of air quality solutions along with regular duct cleaning can together give superior air quality and improve your home’s health and indoor air quality.