Indoor Air Quality with Elite AirSM
Indoor Air Quality in Trenton
Helping Improve Indoor Air Quality Throughout Mercer County
When your home has poor indoor air quality, it can result in poor health. Pollutants may cause you to suffer a variety of health problems, from fatigue to headaches and aggravated allergies. Your home is full of areas susceptible to these pollutants, from upholstery to cleaning chemicals to pets. These pollutants may circulate through your duct work, contaminating every area of your home. This is especially true of ventilation is poor.
Studies done by the Environmental Protection Agency show that the air inside a typical home can be up to five times more polluted than the air outside.
Some of the leading culprits that can cause poor air quality include:
These dangers may lead to fatigue, rashes, dizziness, illness, nausea, headaches, and other serious issues.
What’s your clean air solution? The PureAir™ Purification System can allow for total home comfort and complete peace of mind. When air cleaners are attached to a whole-house system, it can have a dramatically stronger impact than a typical freestanding air cleaner. This innovative air purification technology helps to remove countless odors and chemical vapors that may cause health concerns or other issues in your home.
Is Your Indoor Air Ready for the Winter?
If you feel like you’re constantly battling chapped lips and dry, itchy skin in the winter, you’re feeling the effects of dry air. Cold air naturally holds less moisture than warm air. Unfortunately, the effects of dry air don’t just stop at chapped skin. If you don’t have adequate humidity in your home, the dry air may be doing damage to your belongings and your pocketbook.
The Hidden Effects of Dry Air
While cracked, itchy skin is annoying, you can usually fix it with some lotion. This isn’t the case with the other things in your house that dry air may be damaging. For example, if you own leather clothing, bags, shoes, or furniture, they may dry and crack if exposed to too much dry air.
Another common area to see damage from dry air is your wood furniture, flooring, and other fixtures. When dried too much, wood will crack or shrink.
You may also find that the coughing and sinus irritation that’s associated with colds and allergies are worse when the air is dry.
The Hidden Costs of Dry Air
There’s a good chance you’re spending more on your heating and energy bill than you need to if your humidity levels are too low. This is because your body is designed to cool off through a process of moisture – sweat, for example – evaporating off your skin. Dry air sucks up the natural moisture in our skin. Not only does this lead to itching and cracking, but also to feeling cooler. By simply raising the humidity in your home, you can keep your family comfortable at a lower and less expensive temperature.
Maintaining a Consistent Level of Humidity
Adding humidity to your home isn’t too complicated. Simply adding a plug-in humidifier like you’d use to treat cold symptoms won’t be very effective. The humidity is concentrated in the area of the humidifier and the level of moisture can’t be controlled. A whole-home humidifier allows you to control the moisture in every room in your home.
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