Home is where the heart is, and like your heart, it’s essential to keep your home healthy! As we start this new year, consider improving your home’s health in 2023. Indoor Air Quality, or IAQ, refers to air quality in a home, school, building, or office space. Because the average American spends approximately 90% of their time indoors and about 65% of their entire life inside their home, indoor air quality matters. Often homeowners can overlook or even disregard the importance of healthy air, so we’ll highlight the benefits breathing clean air can have.

Why is it essential to invest in IAQ Equipment?

“We breathe about 11,000 liters of air daily; a third of all the air you breathe will be in your bedroom.” Once contaminants get inside the air in your home, they will recirculate through the Heating & Cooling System until they are filtered out or removed. For this reason, the air in our home must be as clean and healthy as possible.

Indoor air quality equipment can also help in many ways, such as, but not limited to:

  • Helping with Allergies: Indoor air pollutants come in different shapes and sizes. Some air pollutants can cause allergies, including irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, and other respiratory diseases. Improved air quality can help reduce these irritants and, in turn, help with allergies.
  • Reducing Moisture & Dust: With adequately sized HVAC systems, the right indoor air quality equipment, and a regular cleaning schedule, home, and building owners can increase the lifespan of the air filters by removing pollutants that may become airborne. Controlling indoor humidity levels can decrease the chances of bacterial growth. By monitoring the air filters and humidity, you can improve the air quality and extend the life of your HVAC system.

There are many other ways that improvements to indoor air quality can help. But more than anything, making these changes brings peace of mind, improved energy efficiency, and savings. You’ll have one less thing to worry about if you trust your home to be a healthy place for your loved ones. You will also save money if your heating and cooling system operates efficiently. IAQ equipment can alleviate stress on your home’s HVAC unit by keeping the system cleaner. 

What products or services help improve air quality?

We can do many things ourselves to help improve the air, such as regularly dusting, sweeping, and vacuuming. Having pets on a grooming schedule is another simple task that can enhance air quality.

Some indoor air quality products to consider installing in your home include UV Lights, Dehumidifiers, and Air Scrubbers. These products help improve the air quality in your home by capturing airborne dust, which can reduce oxygen saturation and clean and purify the air.

Other services to consider this year are Aeroseal and Air Duct Cleaning. Sealing your doors and windows can prevent air leaks. As well as increase the heating and cooling system’s efficiency by addressing the loss of filtered air to the outdoors. Aeroseal is the solution to losing air to unused spaces. Unused spaces can include your attic or the walls of your home, depending on where the ductwork is. By sealing the ductwork, Aeroseal helps decrease the dust collection inside the duct system. Less dust, cleaner air. Aeroseal also prompts your heating and cooling system to work more efficiently. Again, HVAC systems that work efficiently use less energy, which saves you money!

Freedom Heating & Air Indoor Air Quality Equipment Installation & Services in Dallas

There are many benefits to purchasing IAQ equipment and improving air quality in your home. Not only is it beneficial to your health, but it can also help extend the life of your HVAC system. If you’re interested in investing in IAQ products, let Freedom Heating & Air experts guide you.  

Schedule a trained HVAC technician visit to avoid extra costs and fewer repairs for your existing heating and cooling system before any problems arise. Our maintenance plan keeps your heating system running like clockwork without hassle.

Call Freedom Heating & Air today at 214-306-8456 or contact us online to learn how we can help you improve the indoor air quality in your Dallas home!

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