When the Arizona summer sun beats down, what do all of us do? Close the windows and doors and crank the air conditioning on! What else right? But something can happen inside your home when the doors and windows are locked tightly, and it’s something we think you need to be aware of. What is it? Indoor air pollution.
You might think you don’t have a problem with indoor air pollution because your home is ultra-clean. That’s a logical thought, but clean homes can even be more polluted. The reason? Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are hazardous to your health, and they’re released from household cleaners, air fresheners, detergents, beds, paints… and the list goes on. Plus, allergens, bacteria and other unfriendly pollutants can become trapped inside your home.
Indoor air quality products are a great way to manage the quality of air your family breathes. They can filter out VOCs, molds, bacteria, smoke and even viruses! You can read below about some of the products we offer, or call Al and Riley’s to learn more!
Whole house air cleaners are able to filter VOCs, molds, bacteria, dust, smoke and even the flu virus! They keep your home clean, your system clean and your air quality and a much healthier level than ever before!
Ultraviolet air treatment is used in the indoor coil and ducts to kill both airborne and surface mold and bacteria. Indoor coils are dark and damp when the air conditioning is running, If mold grows, it can hurt air quality and efficiency.
These are truly a work of art! When indoor air is polluted and stale, a ventilator takes this stale and and exchanges it for fresh air from outside. The trick? They transfer heat energy in the process. So the fresh air coming in is cooled down.
Maintaining the right amount of humidity in your home is not only healthier for your body, but it saves on utility bills. Whole house dehumidifiers and humidifiers can be controlled by a thermostat, and offer touch free humidity control.