When Greensboro residents think about their HVAC systems, they often only consider their heating and air conditioning systems and overlook another important aspect, Greensboro indoor air quality. The average Greensboro resident spends around 90% of their time indoors. As such, indoor air quality is extremely important and has a large effect on you and your family's quality of life.
At Pro Plumbing Air & Electric, our Greensboro air conditioning contractors provide many solutions that can improve the quality of your indoor air. Call us today to get details about these exceptional services. Our courteous and polite staff is always happy to answer any questions that you have and would be excited to schedule your appointment today.
Technological advancement in the air cleaning market has made tremendous steps in recent years. These systems have the ability to remove extremely small particles from the air that you and your family breathe. Electronic air cleaners can easily remove 99% of allergens, pollens, and mold particles. These systems can reduce airborne dust by 95%. Electronic air conditioners are so advance that they can even remove around 80% of virus-sized particles.
If you have not cleaned your home duct system recently, it is fairly likely that your indoor air quality is poor. Dust, pet dander, mold, dirt, pollen, and other indoor air pollutants can cause a number of health problems. By routinely cleaning your air ducts, you prevent allergies, respiratory problems, skin irritation, eye irritation and more.
At Pro Plumbing Air & Electric, our professional HVAC specialists can substantially increase the indoor air quality in your Greensboro home. Through our routine duct cleaning services, you and your family can notice an appreciable increase in your health and quality of life.
Dry air and poor relative humidity can cause a number of health problems and house damage. In addition, dry air can substantially decrease the comfort of your family within your Greensboro home. By installing a humidifier in your Greensboro home, you prevent a great deal of negative outcomes.
According to the American Society of Otolaryngology, low humidity can cause people to have a higher chance of contracting an infection. Dry air in your home can increase the likelihood that you and your family contract the flu, colds, or other respiratory ailments. Viruses thrive in drier conditions. In addition, dry air can exacerbate allegories and asthma.