Greenleaf Heating & Cooling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Indoor Air Quality’

Can a UV Air Purifier Really Improve Your Indoor Air Quality?

Monday, May 3rd, 2021

The short answer to this is “yes” but don’t worry, we’ll elaborate further!

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First, it’s important that we stress why your indoor air quality matters. Too many homeowners hear the phrase indoor air quality and think that it just means ensuring the temperatures are right in your home. This is certainly an important part of your indoor air quality, but it’s not the only part by any means.

When we talk about your indoor air quality, we’re talking about the temperature, the humidity levels, and the level of contaminants in your home. Did you know that without the right indoor air quality products and services in place, the air inside your home can be more polluted than that of outdoors? This is because of how homes are built today—they use tight construction to allow for ideal HVAC efficiency, but this isn’t great news for your indoor air quality. A UV air purifier is one of the many solutions that can help with this! Read on to learn more.

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Here’s How to Boost Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality

Monday, March 22nd, 2021
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Were you aware that the quality of the air inside your Whittier area home can actually be worse than that of outdoors? That is, unless you have the right indoor air quality solutions in place.

Chances are, you understand that dusty air is “bad.” It’s something you shouldn’t breathe in, and you probably keep your home pretty clean to account for that. But keeping a clean home isn’t the only contributing factor to improving your indoor air quality. In fact, poor IAQ can only add to your efforts of keeping a clean house!

There are contaminants and allergens to consider, as well as humidity levels. These all play a role in not only your household’s comfort but the efficiency and efficacy of your HVAC systems, too. Reach on to learn more…

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UV Air Purifiers Make for a Healthier Home

Monday, June 19th, 2017

UV-air-purifierSummers can be unbelievably hot in our neck of the woods, and because of the general conditions in Southern California, we have to do more than just address the heat. Air conditioners can keep temperatures cool, but they’re less able to deal with germs, bacteria and allergens that can flood our homes during the summer months. This is an issue for almost every home, but is particularly concerning for homes that have vulnerable family members, such as infants, the elderly or those suffering from conditions such as asthma.

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How Do Humidity Levels Affect Your Home?

Monday, April 10th, 2017

High HumidityHigh heat is expected during the summer months here in Southern California, and it seems as if the high temperatures come sooner and sooner every year. But just as important as handling the temperature, there’s the humidity levels, which can vary a great deal during the course of the year. High humidity leaves our homes feeling muggy and gross, while low humidity results in painful dry skin and similar problems. The good news is that you can use whole-house humidifiers and dehumidifiers to maintain agreeable humidity levels no matter what. Understanding how humidity levels affect you home is key to understanding how these products can benefit you.

High humidity leaves our homes feeling muggy and gross, while low humidity results in painful dry skin and similar problems. The good news is that you can use whole-house humidifiers and dehumidifiers to maintain agreeable humidity levels no matter what. Understanding how humidity levels affect you home is key to understanding how these products can benefit you.

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Friday, February 3rd, 2017

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