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3 Ways to Boost Indoor Air Quality

For most homeowners, keeping their homes comfortable means being able to both heat and cool their homes effectively. We are here to tell you that this is really only part of a bigger picture, though. While your heating and cooling systems are  surely of the utmost importance, so, too, is the quality of the air with which you surround yourself in your home. If your indoor air quality is subpar, there is simply no way in which you can live as comfortably as you ought to, let alone in as healthful a manner as possible. Ensure that your indoor air quality is high by taking the following tips to heart. Remember to schedule your indoor air quality services in West Palm Beach, FL with Envirotech Air Quality Services. 

  1. Change Air Filters: There is an air filter in your HVAC system. While it is not the primary function of this air filter to clean the air in your home, but rather to protect your HVAC equipment itself, it is still pertinent that you clean this air filter regularly. If you fail to do so, pollutants may bypass it and spread throughout your home. Plus, you risk overtaxing your HVAC system if excessive airflow resistance results due to clogged filters.
  2. Use Appropriate Systems: You may think that upgrading your air filter is all that you have to do in order to raise indoor air quality, but it requires the use of proper equipment to do so. You don’t want an overly efficient air filter, as it can strain your HVAC system, and tackling biological pollutants may require the use of UV air purifiers, as opposed to filtration systems. We’ll help you figure out which systems will most benefit you.
  3. Keep Ducts in Good Shape: If you use air ducts in order to distribute heated and cooled air throughout your home, then you must ensure that those air ducts are in great working order. Not only does this benefit your HVAC system, but it can keep pollutants from infiltrating your ductwork and being distributed throughout the entire house. Give our IAQ specialists a call today for more information.

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