UV Light Air Purification
If you find yourself sneezing frequently, are noticing a lot of dust buildup, dryness or just overall home “staleness”, you may want to consider an indoor air purification system. UV is proven effective at sterilizing mold and other biological contaminants and reduces the need for system cleaning.
The EPA says that indoor air pollution is often five times worse than the outdoors and represents a significant health risk. By using UV to improve indoor air quality, we are sterilizing mold, bacteria, viruses and allergens from the air as it cycles through the central air system.
If you are looking at a whole house humidifier, The Furnace Guy Heating and Cooling can help. Too much humidity can cause problems, but here in El Paso County, we are typically in need of additional humidity, especially during the winter months.
Humidification — the process of adding moisture to the air — is an important component of indoor comfort. When properly controlled, humidity offers reduction in respiratory ailments including allergy and asthma symptoms, less damage to wood and electronics due to dry air and static electricity build up and even less dry skin and bloody noses.
Whole home humidifier systems are designed to bring comfort by delivering a balanced amount of moisture into your home. They are installed directly into your home’s central heating and cooling system and maintenance is low.
“Humidifiers are commonly used in homes to relieve the physical discomforts of dry nose, throat, lips, and skin. The moisture they add to dry air also helps alleviate common nuisances brought on by winter heating, such as static electricity, splitting woodwork and cracks in paint and furniture.”
-U.S. Environmental Protection Agency