How to Improve Your Home's Air QualityHelpful tips to improve indoor air quality (IAQ) in your home
The majority of our days are spent indoors, thanks to school, work and home. But according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), household air can contain anywhere from two to five times the amount of pollutants of outdoor air*. When a home has poor air quality, the chances of respiratory issues, allergies, asthma, headaches and other illnesses increases.
Ensuring your indoor air is clean is the first step toward boosting the health of your home. And the first step to improved IAQ starts with your HVAC system.
Control Humidity Levels
Balance Indoor Air with Outdoor Air
Your home's air may contain two to five times the level of airborne irritants of outdoor air. Improve IAQ with these system add-ons.
Control Humidity Levels
Purify Indoor Air
No matter how clean your home, indoor air can still be dirty. Whole-home air purification is an integrated, seamless way to reduce irritating airborne particles by up to 98%. By capturing irritants like pollen, pet dander, dust, most bacteria and some viruses, indoor air quality is dramatically improved. Air purification is particularly useful for pet owners or people with allergy and asthma triggers.
Your HVAC system keeps you cool during the summer via the indoor coil. Coils produce condensation, which can become a breeding ground for mold and bacteria. An ultraviolet germicidal light destroys the DNA of mold and bacteria. Ultraviolet germicidal lights are easily installed in the ductwork of your system and help improve the efficiency of your system.
The integration of IAQ products into your home HVAC system, rather than stand-alone, single-space products, helps continually boost IAQ in every room. Plus, with HVAC integration, you benefit from an increase in system efficiency and improved energy savings.
- Perfect for people sensitive to bacteria, mold or airborne viruses
- 99% reduction in allergens and mold particles
- 98% reduction in airborne dust
- Reduced energy use
- Consistent air cleaning
- Reduced fan usage thanks to lower air flow resistance
- Easy maintenance
- Yearly filter replacement
- Filter media has no moving parts
Indoor Air Quality Product Benefits
Fraser-Johnston® Indoor Air Quality Webinar Series
Benefits of Smart Home Integrations
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