Indoor Air Purification

Reduce Air Pollution Inside Your Home

How clean is the air inside your home? Mold, mildew, bacteria, pollen and dust are present in almost every home. Indoor air quality has become a growing health concern. The average person spends about 90% of his or her life indoors – that’s a lot of time breathing indoor air. While you’re probably aware of outdoor air pollution, indoor air pollutants can actually be greater, and this can have both an immediate and long-term negative effect on you and your family. Asthma alone affects more than 20 million Americans, including 6.3 million children!

Regardless of the season, having good indoor air quality should be your priority. Leaving your air dirty can result in the following health issues such as: Headache, Fatigue, Burning Nose, Sore Eyes, Allergies, Asthma, and Flue-like Symptoms.

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The air we take in filters into your lungs and body, which is why it is essential that your indoor air is fresh. Many people think that regularly cleaning and replacing air filters is enough, but, depending on the health and ages of the people living in your home, it may not be. If you use a common 1-inch air filter in your HVAC system, you’re only receiving the bare minimum air filtration.

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Benefits of Air Purification for Your Home:

Having Desert Air Heating & Cooling install a high-efficiency, whole-house air filtration system in your Utah, or Arizona home will greatly benefit you and your family. This system traps more pollutants, keeping your indoor air fresh around the clock. Not only will you and your family enjoy cleaner air, but increased air filtration could keep your HVAC system in outstanding shape.

  • Allergy prevention.

  • Improved skin health.

  • Increased life expectancy.

  • Reduced stress and blood pressure.

  • Disease prevention.

  • Bacterial and viral infection prevention.

  • Reduced static electricity.

  • Increased productivity.

  • Improved sleep.

  • Decreased dust in the home.

  • Bed bug and dust mite prevention.

  • Eliminated mold and mildew.

  • Enhanced air circulation.

  • And much more!

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Our team of experts can help you determine which solutions fit best with your indoor air quality needs, then provide you with the tools you need to better control your indoor pollutants, such as supplying and installing:

  • Air Cleaners / Air Purifiers

  • Air Filters

  • Humidifiers

  • Dehumidifiers

  • Air Ventilation Systems

  • Air Decontamination UV Germicidal Lights.

Increased indoor air quality can improve health, meaning fewer effects like irritated eyes, headaches, or dizziness. You and your family will be able to breathe easier, sleep better, and reduce odors in your Utah or Arizona home!

If you notice a musty or stale smell in your home, or if you find that you are dealing with excessive dust, you may have an air quality issue. Additionally, if your allergies are frequently triggered, or you are chronically sneezing or coughing, your home’s air quality may be the culprit. Contact us at 435-899-0606 to speak with a friendly member of our team, and we won’t leave you waiting for an appointment.