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How Clean is the Air in Your Home? The Answer May Surprise You

How Clean is the Air in Your Home? The Answer May Surprise YouThe average person spends about 90% of their time inside. They often assume that indoor air is safer than outdoor air, but the truth is that all types of air pollutants can be inside. In fact, they can be as much as five times higher than they are outside.

Read on to learn more about the problem and then reach out to Econo West Heating Air & Plumbing to find the right solution for your home. Call us at (661) 947-2653 right away.

The list of pollutants in your home may surprise you

There may be any number of pollutants in your home. They could include pollen, dust, and VOC. You might be breathing dirty air every day of your life. For those with allergies, asthma, or depressed immune systems, the results can be devastating. The good news is that by using an air-purifying and filtration system, you could trap more than 99% of the allergens that are currently in your home.

Why does indoor air tend to suffer so much?

You may be wondering what is it that makes indoor air so much more dangerous than it has to be? The truth is that modern building designs result in buildings that are tightly sealed. This is great for maintaining energy efficiency, but it can also result in poor indoor air quality.

In the event the designer didn’t’ create room in the building envelope for the property to breathe, then there can be allergens, odors, and other air pollutants gathering. Fortunately, Econo West Heating Air & Plumbing can help. We can add superior filters for your HVAC system or add an air filter purification unit that works full-time to improve air quality.

Are you surprised by the most common indoor contaminants?

We’ve found that when we ask clients what they think the worst indoor contaminants are, they’re often surprised by the answer. They include dust, viruses, smoke, mold, pollen, skin flakes, and pet dander. Even gases from your plywood, adhesives, etc. (known as VOCs) can be damaging.

These contaminants are uncomfortable to breathe in, create air quality that’s lower than it should be, and can actually result in your HVAC equipment not working as well as it should. How? If your HVAC filter is clogged with these contaminants, then it will affect how well air flows through it. The result will be an uneven distribution of heating and cooling.

Are you ready for a solution?

If you want to improve the indoor air quality in your home there’s just one thing you have to do: Call Econo West Heating Air & Plumbing at (661) 947-2653. We have years of experience and can help you through this situation. We can test the quality of your air, add the most innovative filters and install a whole-home filtration system if needed. We are here to serve you and ensure that you’re comfortable and safe in your own home. Now is the time to find out what your options are and to ensure that your family can breathe safely in your own home.

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