Indoor Air Quality
Looking for ways to improve your home’s indoor air quality? From filtering allergens and reducing germs to regulating humidity, adding equipment to your HVAC system can make the air inside your home cleaner and more comfortable. Mike Watson Heating and Cooling provides a wide range of indoor air quality solutions for homeowners in Wichita and the surrounding areas.
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Find out how Mike Watson Heating and Cooling can help improve your home’s indoor air quality.
Allergies, asthma, seasonal illnesses, and now the onset of COVID-19 have left people searching for ways to improve indoor air quality. From filtering allergens and reducing germs to regulating humidity, adding equipment to your HVAC system can make the air inside your home cleaner and more comfortable.
Mike Watson Heating and Cooling provides a wide range of indoor air quality solutions for homeowners and business owners in Wichita and the surrounding areas, such as whole house air purifiers, HVAC ultraviolet lights, Whole house humidifiers, and HEPA air cleaners.
Benefits of Improving the Indoor Air Quality of Your Home or Business
- Fewer allergens
- Helps those with asthma
- Less static electricity
- Reduces dry air
- Feel warmer at a lower temperature
Reduce Indoor Air Pollution
- Pet dander
- Wood-burning fireplace smoke
Minimize VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)
Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, are gases that are emitted from things like household cleaning products, paint and new carpet.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), VOC levels can be up to 5 times higher indoors than outside.
Exposure can irritate the eyes, throat and nose. VOCs may also cause headaches and nausea, skin irritation and more. Many everyday household items are common VOC sources.
- Cleaning solutions
- Paint and solvents
- Aerosol sprays
- New furniture or flooring
- Air fresheners
- Insect repellants and pesticides
- Markers, adhesives
Types of Indoor Air Quality Systems
for Your Home
A common solution for better indoor air quality (IAQ) is a whole house air purifier or cleaner. Whole house air cleaners are located inside your home’s HVAC system near the air handler. They remove pollutants from the air as it passes from the blower and out into the ductwork so they can effectively clean the air in the entire building.
Another important component of indoor air quality is humidity. Our furnaces run frequently during cold Kansas winters, which creates dry air in the home. In fact, the relative humidity inside your house can be 15% or less, which is much lower than the recommended 30-35%. Maintaining proper humidity levels in a home will help you feel warmer at a lower temperature, reduce static shocks and keep allergens at bay. The result is a more comfortable home and lower heating bills.
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