Think of all of the dust, dirt, germs, mould, mildew, pet dander, smoke, chemicals, and particles that float around the house every day. Now imagine that you and your family are breathing in these contaminants day and night — it’s no surprise that so many people suffer from allergies or breathing problems.
If you or someone in the house has respiratory issues, it could be that the air in the house is dirty. Call us and let us help determine if a whole-home air filtration system is the answer.
Is your skin dry and itchy? It could be the dry air in the house. Our humidifiers can solve that and many other problems.
What Causes Bad Indoor Air?
People can often find relief from allergies and other breathing problems by cleaning up the air in the house. But what causes the air in the home to become bad in the first place? Here are the main culprits that cause poor indoor air.
- Cigarette or Tobacco Smoke
- Mould & Mildew
- Household Cleaning Agents
- Dust Mites
- Pet Dander
Most Yorkton homes have one or several of these problems that contribute to poor indoor air quality that affects the health of those inside. To solve this problem, call the experts at Vetted HVAC Services.
Whole Home Air Filter Benefits
Knowing how bad the air can be in the home, you should know that a whole-house air filter may be the answer. A whole-home air filter that works in tandem with your current HVAC system can benefit you in several ways, including:
- Cut down or eliminate allergies and symptoms from allergies.
- Gives you a cleaner, healthier air.
- Reduces the amount of dust and dirt that flow through the house, which means less cleaning.
- Takes some of the workloads off of your HVAC system, thus increasing its lifespan.
If you’ve never had your home’s air ducts cleaned, they could be contributing to a dirty indoor environment. Contact us for air duct cleaning today.
Is a UV Sanitizer Worth It?
Many Yorkton residents have heard of how valuable UV sanitizers are for purifying the air and making it easier to breathe at home. The fact is that many homes are filled with airborne organisms like mold, bacteria, and viruses. The role of the UV sanitizer is to eliminate these organisms, and many people who use these devices say they’ve had positive results.
For best results, experts recommend pairing a UV sanitizer with a whole home filter to get the best quality air in your home.
For more information, call the pros at Vetted HVAC Services.