How clean is the air you’re breathing in your Englewood, Florida home? At Symbiont Air Conditioning, this is a question we hear from our customers all the time because they aren’t sure if the air in their homes is clean. Floridians spend a lot of time indoors in the summer and when they’re indoors they are running the air conditioner to combat the outdoor heat and humidity and you could be dealing with inferior indoor air quality.
Indoor air pollution is not something to be taken lightly and this is especially true if you have any underlying health issues that could impact your breathing and your lung health.
If you’re working with one of the geothermal HVAC professional service technicians from Symbiont Air Conditioning you can talk with them about how to understand MERV ratings. When we pay a socially-distant service visit (we follow all CDC guidelines for masking, disinfecting and remaining socially distant during service visits) we can explain what MERV means and how it impacts indoor air quality.
An air filter is essential to maintaining air quality in a home or commercial building. When you look at a filter – even the one in your HVAC system right now – you will see a MERV rating.
Due to these trying times of COVID cases spiking throughout the U.S., we have decided to recognize December as “Indoor Air Quality Month.” Today we’re bringing you along for the installation of some new air filtration systems.
Proper home air ventilation has always been important, but it has taken on a more significant role in the wake of COVID-19. Proper air ventilation could protect you from coronavirus and its airborne particles. With everyone #stayinghome during the #coronavirus pandemic, it is even more important to be breathing air that is free of pollutants.
Proper home ventilation will help you weather the Florida humidity and heat and will also alleviate concerns about indoor air quality. Proper ventilation also protects your home from moisture issues; moisture can lead to health problems, mildew, mold and damage and the home itself.
How clean is the air you’re breathing? Clean indoor air is safer indoor air and that is more important than ever during this time of coronavirus and the quarantine the country is dealing with.
It’s best to not assume the air in your home is safe. You also can’t know how safe and clean the air you’re breathing at work or in a shopping center or grocery store is. The air in our homes may contain unhealthy particles, bacteria and pollutants.
Our geothermal and air conditioning professionals understand that our customers — commercial and private homeowners — want to improve the air they breathe and we have put together a short checklist of ways to help ensure you’re breathing the cleanest air possible.
You can clean the air you breathe by investing in an electronic air cleaner. These devices are easy-to-use and maintain, reliable and effective. An electronic air cleaner may also save you money on HVAC system maintenance and repair because they pull pollutants from the air and that might keep the air filter cleaner, longer.
Like much of the rest of the country, Florida home and business owners are in a state of quarantine and social distancing because of #coronavirus (COVID-19) If you’re wondering about coronavirus and your indoor air quality, we want to offer some insight.
Because the professionals at Symbiont Air Conditioning are considered essential employees we are fielding calls all the time about coronavirus and its impacts on our health because so many of us are confined to their homes.
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