Indoor Air Quality
When it comes to our homes, we do all we can to keep them clean, comfortable, and — most importantly — safe. While dusting, vacuuming, and disinfecting can cut back on indoor pollutants, it’s not enough. Harmful allergens could still be affecting your air, causing your family to get sick, and making your home unsafe.
At Colman Heating & Air Conditioning, we understand just how important indoor air quality (IAQ) is for your family. That’s why we have provided comprehensive services for your entire HVAC system to help your air stay fresh and clean. So, your family can breathe safely and easily.
Why Indoor Air Quality Is Important to Your Home
Most of us like to think of air pollution as something that happens outside of the house. But, the unfortunate truth is that our home’s air may actually be more harmful than the air outside. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) even names indoor air quality as one of the top health concerns in the country. In their research, they have found that the average home’s IAQ is five times worse than the air outside.
The presence of mold, pollen, carbon monoxide, and other pollutants are all common inside homes. They have been linked to negative side effects such as:
- Dry or red eyes
- Sore throat
- Irritation of the nose, eyes, and skin
- Sinus congestion
These symptoms can be worse in those with allergies, the young, and the elderly. Also, long-term exposure to poor indoor air quality may also lead to serious respiratory illnesses. That’s why it’s so important that you protect your home’s IAQ.
Indoor Air Quality Solutions
Consider your AC like your home’s lungs. Whatever air it takes in, impacts the rest of your home. So, it’s vital that you keep harmful pollutants out of your AC system. There are several ways to do this.
UV lights, for instance, can be placed inside your unit. These lights kill harmful organic growth that may make your family sick. Another way of protecting your air is by having your system cleaned regularly by professionals. Cleaning out the dirt and other pollutants from your system prevents them from entering your home, keeping your air clean.
Cleaner IAQ with Patriot IAQ
When it comes to keeping your indoor air quality clean, your air filter can only help so much. Air purifiers — like the Patriot IAQ’s Whole-House Air Purifier Patriot Carbon — significantly improve your IAQ by eliminating mold, bacteria, and other pollutants that air filters aren’t suited to handle. It uses UV light to sterilize mold and other microbes and kills germs like bacteria, viruses, and allergens that pass through your AC system.
The Patriot Carbon Whole-House Air Purifier is comprised of two products: Patriot Carbon and Patriot UV. It treats more than just bacteria and other allergens — it also eliminates odors caused by cooking, pets, everyday lifestyles, and other volatilized organic compounds (VOCs). When the VOCs are neutralized, the odors are destroyed, and the hydrocarbon molecules are reduced to water vapor and carbon dioxide.
The right placement makes a significant difference in cleaning your home’s IAQ. The Patriot Carbon Whole-House Air Purifier fits inside your air system, cleaning the air before it blows back through your home. Because of this placement, it disinfects coils, cleans the interior air system, and sterilizes your air stream.
For a limited time, schedule the installation of the Patriot Carbon system, and we’ll include the UV light for free. Together, these products eliminate the biological and chemical odors that impact your IAQ.
With each purchase, Patriot IAQ gives a portion of their profits from each Patriot Carbon system sold to support our veterans. Our chosen charity is the Wounded Warriors Project, but when you purchase a Patriot Carbon, you can choose a specific charity closest to your heart.
Protect Your Home’s Air
Are you worried about the air in your home? Call Colman Heating & Air Conditioning today! Our experienced technicians help you find the right solution to improve your home’s IAQ. Don’t let your family suffer from dirty air. Just give us a call at (321) 360-7566 to schedule your appointment today.