How to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality
As odd as it sounds, air pollution can often be worse inside your home than outside. Today’s home are becoming increasingly airtight, and while this saves you money on your heating bills, it also means any dust, dirt and pollen that makes its way into your home has a much harder time escaping.
You can improve your indoor air quality and eliminate airborne particles with a 4” pleated media filter, an electronic air cleaner or whole-house HEPA filter. In addition, if you are planning to renovate and make your home more airtight, be sure to check the need for improved ventilation. A mechanical ventilation system is a must for any well-sealed home. A heat recovery ventilator goes one step further and provides more energy-efficient ventilation by reducing heat loss as outdoor air replaces indoor air.