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Home Air Quality
Outline of the rules and regulations
Indoor air quality refers to the home air quality inside buildings and homes, particularly as it relates to the health and comfort of occupants. Poor indoor air quality can cause a range of health problems, including headaches, fatigue, respiratory issues, and allergies. In some cases, it can even lead to more serious health problems like asthma and lung cancer.
There are several factors that can contribute to poor indoor air quality, including:
Poor ventilation: Without proper ventilation, indoor air can become stagnant, allowing pollutants to build up and circulate.
Environmental pollutants: This includes things like mold, dust, pollen, and pet dander. These particles can trigger allergies or cause respiratory issues.
Chemical pollutants: This includes things like cleaning products, pesticides, and tobacco smoke. These chemicals can have long-lasting effects on indoor air quality.
Biological pollutants: This includes things like bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms. They can cause illnesses and infections, particularly if they are allowed to grow and multiply.
An HVAC air filtration system is an important component of maintaining good indoor home air quality. The system is designed to remove airborne contaminants from the air in your home or building, including dust, allergens, and other pollutants. There are several types of air filtration systems We Carry.
Regular Air filters: These are the most common type of air filter and work by physically capturing particles as they pass through the filter. They can be made from materials like fiberglass, pleated paper, or cloth.
Electronic Air Cleaners: These filters use an electrical charge to capture particles as they pass through the filter. They are typically more effective than mechanical filters at capturing smaller particles.
UV Lights: These filters use ultraviolet light to kill bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms in the air.
HEPA filters: HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filters are the most effective type of filter and are capable of capturing particles as small as 0.3 microns.
Overall, an HVAC air filtration system is an important investment in maintaining good indoor air quality and promoting the health and comfort of occupants.
Installing an air purification system is not the only thing you can do to keep the air in your home healthy and breathable either. Replacing the filters in your ventilation and purification systems is essential. But in this busy lifestyle if you find it hard to remember to keep track of your filter replacement schedule, let Delta T Heating & Cooling do it for you with our affordable maintenance plans you don’t have to worry about anything. Our experienced and friendly technicians will perform a routine maintenance on your investment. Keeping the air in your home safe has never been more convenient.
Of course, everyone needs clean air to breathe. But not everyone is as susceptible to the same irritants and contaminants. With this in mind, Delta T Heating & Cooling can help you choose the system that will best serve your family. Whether you are most concerned with eliminating odors and dust or allergens and mold particles, we have the system you are looking for. And by combining one of these purification systems with some UV germicidal lights, you can be sure that the air in your home will be free of harmful bacterial and other microorganisms. Our air purification products are easily integrated into your home heating and cooling system. They provide relief from all manner of airborne contaminants without you even needing to be aware of what they are doing. All you are likely to notice after installation is that you are feeling and breathing better. And that is all that matters.
The Fresh-Aire UV APCO™ is the next generation in IAQ improvement technology, incorporating an advanced absorptive photo-catalytic oxidation (APCO) monolithic cell.
Current PCO technology is limited by only being capable of breaking down simple indoor air contaminants such as odors in the air as they pass by the PCO cell. Traditional PCO cells are ineffective on more complex VOCs such as formaldehyde or toluene. The Fresh-Aire UV APCO™ cell absorbs these contaminates and allows time for complete oxidation of these contaminates. Plus, the cell is regenerative, breaking down the captured impurities to simple carbon dioxide and water vapor. In addition, the Fresh-Aire UV APCO™ uses our proven shielded UV-C lamp for airborne disinfection, not to mention irradiating the coil to eliminate system clogging biological growth, unlike other PCO systems.
As the days are getting colder, the air is getting drier. While lotion coupons are at the forefront of the Sunday paper’s circular section, many people are accustomed to replacing the moisture they are losing in their bodies and environment with a humidifier. Most are familiar with the small, portable type that is set up in individual rooms. You fill a tank with water, turn it on, and the machine puts humidity into the air until you turn it off or it runs out of water. There’s not a lot of control. In contrast, a whole-house humidifier is installed directly into your cooling and heating system. It introduces humidity in the form of water vapor into the air at the source – your Air Vents. The level of humidity is then monitored and controlled by your thermostat (if equipped) or a Humidistat, just like the temperature is, and an even level of moisture can be released into your house all year long. Putting a whole-house humidifier into your home can reward you in many ways:
Many viruses thrive in low-humidity environments, which can increase your likelihood of catching the flu, colds, and other respiratory ailments. And an overly dry environment can make people more susceptible to infection. Putting humidity back into your home can reduce the incidence of all these maladies.
Over-dry air can aggravate asthma and allergy symptoms and lead to dry noses, sore throats, and cracked itchy skin. Not to mention those painful and surprising shocks you get from static electricity.
Dry air can damage many things in a home, including Hardwood Floors, plaster, paint, furniture, artwork, electronics, and musical instruments. Supplying your house evenly with the proper amount of humidity can protect your home and contents from the adverse effects of dry air.
Turning up the thermostat will raise the temperature in your home, but it won’t necessarily make you feel any warmer. Installing a whole-house humidifier can help you feel warmer at lower temperatures. According to the EPA, you can save up to 4% on your heating bill for every degree you lower your thermostat. You can install a whole-house humidifier in either a new or an existing heating/cooling system.
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