Perform a simple Google search and you’ll see limitless headlines, scientific studies and an abundance of resources detailing the undeniable correlation between indoor air quality and lung-health. One resource, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), states the impact is noteworthy given the amount of time we spend indoors surrounded by everyday modern pollutants, including synthetic building materials, furnishings, personal care products, pesticides and household cleaners.1

Since the onset of the coronavirus more than six months ago, many of us have retreated to our homes in search of refuge, and it’s here we’re spending more time than ever before. Just as we’re taking care to avoid overly crowded places and to keep our families safe, Sensible Heating & Cooling encourages you to consider methods for sanitizing and filtering the air within your home.

Air purification sanitizes indoor air by neutralizing airborne toxins – think gases and bacteria. iWave Air Purifiers are an example of an air purification system. Made with innovative technologies that mimic nature and repel dangerous particles, pollutants, and other air-borne dangers, iWave devices combat up to 99.4 percent indoor air pollutants. For more on iWave, watch this video.

Air filtration is the process of eliminating airborne particles, such as dust, mites and pollen. An air filter is installed on the HVAC system to trap and filter out airborne particles before the contaminated air travels through the duct system to each room in your home or workplace. Air filters come in a variety of makes, models, qualities and pricing, and the one that’s right for you all comes down to your home’s HVAC system.

If you’re committed to tidying up the air you breathe, make Sensible your go-to source for system knowledge and installation. We’re well-versed on air-purification and filtration, and can help you identify which option is best for your home. And now through Friday, December 4, when you work with Sensible, you could save $100 on air purification options, including humidifiers, iWave Air Purifiers and Solace Air Cleansers.

Contact us at 720-876-7166 or via email at dan@sensibleheat.net / phil@sensibleheat.net. To learn more about iWave, and other indoor air-purifying devices, visit sensibleheat.net.

About Sensible Heating & Cooling

Sensible Heating & Cooling is Denver’s Premier Heating & Cooling Company, offering a wealth of experience and knowledge in traditional HVAC, as well as alternative systems such as geothermal, heat pumps and boilers. To learn more about Sensible and take our virtual estimate survey, visit http://sensibleheat.net/.

Sources

1 Environmental Protection Agency, Report on the Environment: Indoor Air Quality