Clean Air for your Houston Home
Everyone should desire to have cleaner air inside of their home. Often times, the air inside is worse than it is outside, with an average of about four to five times more polluted than outside air. Some of the things that can get inside your home and contaminate the air you breath include:
- Dust mites
- Cooking residue
- Tobacco smoke
- Cleaning products
- Mold spores
- Chemical residue (construction, furniture, etc.)
All of these can propose potential long-term health hazards.
TRANE CleanEffects™ is the most effective air filtration system for the entire house in the industry. It can remove 99.98 percent of the particles and allergens that are in the air and it works better than a HEPA filter system.
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Contact Us Today about installing an air filter and cleaning up the air your family breaths at home.
Heating and Ventilation System Filters
The filters inside your heating and ventilation system are there to reduce the dust and debris that comes in through your duct system. They should be changed on a regular basis. During hotter months, it is a good idea to change them monthly.
Testing Air Quality
It is a great idea to have the air tested inside your home. If you discover that contamination levels are indeed high, Clear the Air has solutions that will assist you in having cleaner and healthier air.
For more about testing your indoor air quality, Contact Us Today.
Cleaning Air Ducts
Your home’s duct system can accumulate dust and other contaminants. High concentrations of pollutants constantly come in contact with the air that is ventilating throughout your home. Mold can form in the dust if the moisture levels get too high inside your home. Our experts can inspect your home’s duct system and determine if your duct work needs to be cleaned.
Indoor Air Quality Resources
The sources of indoor air pollutants are truly vast. We’ve collected some links to government agencies and advocacy groups with reports on these topics.