Indoor Air Quality - Home Comfort Blog
Ways to Minimize Spring Allergies in Your Indianapolis HomePosted by Chad Peterman on Friday, April 19, 2013
Spring Cleaning: Consider Air Duct Cleaning for Your Indianapolis HomePosted by Chad Peterman on Monday, April 8, 2013
As an Indianapolis home owner, it is likely that your spring cleaning to-do list has already started being checked off. While adding projects to your “to-do list,” don’t forget to consider air duct cleaning for your HVAC system. Duct cleaning offers many health benefits as well as many advantages to your entire HVAC system. Our duct cleaning technicians will explain these benefits to you and will provide you with pertinent information about the cleaning process.
The Dirt on Furnace Filters: How Often Should You Change Them in Indianapolis?Posted by Chad Peterman on Friday, January 25, 2013
There are good reasons for changing your furnace filters on a regular basis. If they are not changed frequently, they may not be offering all of the protection they can provide. They become full of dust and other particles, and do not trap new particles that come through, creating a recipe for bad indoor air quality. Winter is a time when your furnace is moving large amounts of air through your air ducts and into your home, and when you combine this with the amount of time that you will be spending inside your home over the next couple months in the midst of winter, this is not a good situation. Changing your air filters regularly is going to be extremely important in order to keep the air inside of your home safe and healthy.
Indianapolis: How to Improve Indoor Air Quality During the WinterPosted by Chad Peterman on Monday, January 21, 2013
Wouldn’t it be nice to open the windows for some breezy cross ventilation during the winter months? That is indeed the easiest way to improve indoor air quality in your home; however, it isn’t the easiest thing to do in the midst of old man winter! Many homes built within the last 20 years have been built as tightly as possible to maximize furnace efficiency. While we may be happy that our homes are staying warm, a not-so-good result of this new tactic is homes that are filled with dirty, polluted air, trapped in for months at a time.
UV Lights For Your Indianapolis AC SystemsPosted by Chad Peterman on Monday, May 7, 2012
With the official arrival of spring here in Indianapolis, comes the arrival of the dreaded allergy season. Pollen and other allergens fill the air and make life for allergy sufferers miserable. Lucky for all of us, there are some measures we can take with our air conditioning system that will make it easier to breathe when we are in our homes. One such item is a UV light that can be installed on almost every heating and cooling system.
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