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May 01 2015

Control Your Allergies. Start with the Air You Breathe Inside Your Home.

How can you improve indoor air quality for your family’s improved comfort and health?

Air Cleaners and Filters

Indoor air quality is a concern for millions of Americans. If someone in your family suffers from asthma or allergies, then you know filtering the air in your home is crucial to their comfort and health. With summer coming up, your family will probably be spending a lot of time indoors to escape the heat. What can you do right now to improve the indoor air quality in your home?

Using a whole home air cleaner is a fantastic way to improve the indoor air quality in your home. These units can be programmed to run right alongside your heater and air conditioner each time they kick on. The new models are extremely quiet and energy efficient. They can drastically reduce the pollutants and allergens in your home’s air supply, improving your family’s comfort and health the whole time.

But if your home has leaky air ducts, what good is a whole home air cleaner? That’s where Aeroseal comes in handy. This patented duct sealing system quickly and perfectly seals off any gaps in your ducts. Aeroseal prevents cooled air from escaping the ducts and keeps dust and other allergens from entering the HVAC system via holes in the air ducts.

Here in the Columbia area, the summer heat and humidity are creeping in quickly. Flowers and trees are blooming, and people with allergies and breathing conditions are feeling the changes every day. If someone in your family is suffering, don’t delay taking action. Get in touch with our indoor air quality professionals at Comfort Services.

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