Each year, as summer gives way to fall, an abundance of air-quality-related questions flood Sensible Heating & Cooling’s email inboxes and telephone lines. Don’t fall victim to the seasonal allergies and pollutants inside your home. Allow Sensible to purify your home with these tried and true tips and tricks.
Tips and tricks for cleaner indoor air
- Humidifiers: Whole-house humidifiers are true ring-leaders in the quest for cleansing indoor air. They’re a reasonably-priced way to reduce seasonal viruses, allergies and asthmatic symptoms, as well as dry skin. Bonus: They help to keep wooden floors from cracking and looking worn. Installed near your home’s furnace and controlled with a humidistat (similar to a thermostat), humidifiers require little maintenance, but pads do need to be replaced every two years.
- Filters: Upgrading your furnace filter is a simple way to reduce allergens and pollution inside your home. Not all filters are created equally; they range in price and quality. At Sensible, we’ll help you to pick the filter that works best for your home and pocketbook. For optimum efficiency, no matter the furnace filter you select it should be replaced every three months.
- UV Lights: Although fairly expensive, UV lights an extremely effective at combatting germs and mold known to lurk within homes, especially those linked to cold and flu season. Lights are installed within the HVAC system and require replacement once a year.
If indoor air purification is what you’re after this fall (or winter, or spring…), contact Sensible Heating & Cooling. We always conduct complimentary consultations to determine cost-effective, efficient residential HVAC systems right for your home. 720-876-7166 / firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com.
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, visit https://sensibleheat.net/