Indoor Air Quality Can Decline When Windows Are Shut

Healthy Home Heating & Cooling Offers Filters That Minimize Harmful Compounds
By: Healthy Home Heating & Cooling, LLC
 
Healthy Home indoor air quality
Healthy Home indoor air quality
GREEN BAY, Wis. - April 3, 2018 - PRLog -- Indoor air quality takes a decided downturn during peak heating and cooling seasons. Windows shut tight keep out nature's temperature extremes, but trap potentially harmful compounds inside for you and your family to breathe. Healthy Home Heating & Cooling, LLC, specialists in heating and cooling in Green Bay, offers a wide range of air products that minimize the level of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in your home.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, your home's indoor air quality could be seven to ten times more polluted than the air outside. This figure could be even higher if you commonly use cleaners, hair products, laundry detergents and air fresheners.

"We recommend investing in a whole home air cleaner, which is basically a good 5-inch-thick filter," explains Nick Conner, owner of Healthy Home Heating & Cooling. "A high-quality home air cleaner can remove up to 75 percent of particles that are 1 to .3 microns in size, which include bacteria, light dust, mold and pollen. This is much more effective than the 1-inch paper filters you can buy in stores."

Indoor Air Quality Is Not Something You Can See
Healthy Home Heating & Cooling carries the UVPhotoMax Signature Series of air purifiers, which kills living organisms in the air and removes harmful compounds. These systems use a safe, non-ozone-producing process that can even help reduce pet, cooking and other household odors.

"Our customers who are serious about indoor air quality tell us their system is worth the initial investment," Conner says. "The annual media replacement costs are about the same as 1-inch paper filters."

Healthy Home Heating & Cooling, LLC, Indoor Air Quality Specialists
Healthy Home Heating & Cooling is a Green Bay, Wisconsin-based provider of residential and commercial heating, cooling and air quality systems and service. The company provides sales and emergency repair service within a 60-mile radius of Green Bay, Wisconsin, as well as a preventive maintenance subscription program designed to prevent breakdowns and major repairs.

For more information or to schedule a visit, please call (920) 884-9119, or visit http://healthyhomeheatingandcooling.com/.

View original article on indoor air quality in Green Bay here.

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