If you use a central air conditioning system to keep your home cool and comfortable during the summer, and a furnace to stay warm during the winter, then you may be putting the quality of your indoor air at risk. This is also true if you keep your windows and doors open often to allow for natural ventilation.
When you use your central HVAC system or leave your windows and doors open, you are inviting airborne pollutants—dust, dirt, pollen—into your home. They can infiltrate your home through leaks in your ductwork or simply from the outdoors. Does this mean that you should stop using your HVAC system as much, or keep your doors and windows closed up more? No, the solution is a lot more convenient than that—a whole-house air filtration system.
The Benefits of a Whole-House System
To purify the air in your home, you could purchase portable air purifiers. However, you’ll be cleaning chambers and/or replacing filters frequently to ensure they work to the best of their ability, and you’ll also have to buy multiple units. The superior choice is a whole-house air purifier or air filtration system.
You may be wondering how you are going to incorporate one more large appliance into your home—but not to worry! A whole-house air filtration system can be installed directly into your existing HVAC setup. If you prefer, though, an air purifier can operate independently in your house. Regardless of the setup, opting for a whole-home system typically means that you will enjoy cleaner air with great convenience and efficiency.
It’s important to keep in mind with all of this that a whole-house air purification or filtration system does require professional installation and service. This is not something you can simply pick up at a hardware store and put in yourself. Otherwise, you’ll risk the installation being done incorrectly or damaging your existing HVAC system. Fortunately, we are just a phone call away.
Call your Kaysville, UT indoor air quality experts at Rentmeister Total Home Service today.