Spring Cleaning and Your Air Quality

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When you think of spring cleaning, you think of dusting hard-to-reach places, vacuuming in corners, and sorting through closets and storage spaces. All of this cleaning can make you feel a lot better about clutter and the surfaces in your home, but it can make matters a lot worse when it comes to your air quality. When you’re kicking up all that dust and debris during spring cleaning, you may want to think about spring cleaning your air as well. And the best way to do so is by calling a professional HVAC technician for a new indoor air quality installation.

Your Indoor Air Quality Installation Options

It’s something that’s not too difficult for you—calling a technician and scheduling an appointment for a new indoor air quality system—but something that can help your family members, especially those with asthma and allergies. The most difficult part might just be choosing the right system. Here’s an overview of some of your options:
  • Electronic air cleaners – An electronic system uses ionization to charge particles so they cling to metal plates in your HVAC system.
  • Air filtration systems – A more economical option than an electronic air cleaner, the fibers are woven tighter than standard filters and there’s a larger surface area so that more small particles like mold spores are trapped.
  • UV lights – Ultraviolet lights kill germs on contact, so if there are bacteria or viruses in the air, UV lights in your HVAC system help keep you healthy.

Call a Technician for Installation

Cleaning up the air is one spring cleaning task that would be difficult for you to do on your own. That’s why you call technicians for your indoor air quality installation. You could get a portable system, but it’s worth it to have something in your HVAC system so that it cleans all of the air that moves through your home. Call Air Mechanical, Inc. today for indoor air quality services in Andover, MN or a surrounding area.

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