It’s Time to Spring Clean Your Indoor Air!Posted On: March 29, 2017
Spring is coming to Northeast Pennsylvania, and with it come thoughts of spring cleaning. Dusting and decluttering are an important part of the cleaning process, but don’t neglect the air in your home while you’re cleaning. T.E. Spall & Son wants you to know how you can best protect your family by improving your indoor air quality. Here are some tips to help you clean the air inside your home while you’re trying to clean the rest of your home.
1. Clean the Ducts
Are your ducts circulating dust and allergens around your home? If you haven’t had them cleaned in a while, they may be. Consider investing in air duct cleaning services to keep them from adding to the indoor air quality problems in your home.
2. Install an Air Cleaner
Air cleaners remove allergens, like dust, bacteria and even cigarette smoke, from the air inside your home. If you’re dealing with allergies, even if they are just seasonal, having someone install an air cleaner can help significantly. The T.E. Spall & Son team can come to your home to install an air clearness and help you with this aspect of your indoor air quality.
3. Consider Mold Remediation
Do you have a mold problem in your HVAC equipment? Unfortunately, mold is easy to overlook, and it can cause serious health risks. According to the World Health Organization, 60 percent of all indoor air quality problems are likely due to mold. Many homeowners have a mold problem and don’t even know it!
T.E. Spall & Son offers an innovative and effective way to remove mold from the HVAC coils in your home. We use UVC germicidal light systems (Ultra Violet Light in the “C” band) to quickly and safely remove mold from your HVAC system. UVC germicidal light systems have been used for decades in labs and hospitals and have a proven track record to effectively remove this particular source of mold in a cost-effective manner.
4. Add a Humidifier
Finally, if you want your air inside your home to be comfortable and reduce the risk of colds and flu, consider installing a humidifier. Humidifier ease symptoms of respiratory distress, reduce the risk of snoring and reduce the likelihood of having a bloody nose. While this doesn’t directly clean the air, it will make the air inside your home much more comfortable.
Spring cleaning your home is a great way to welcome warmer temperatures to Pennsylvania, but don’t neglect the largest component of your home – your indoor air. Whether you want to install an air cleaner, wish to check for mold, want help cleaning the ducts or wish to learn more about the benefits of a humidifier for your home, T.E. Spall & Son is here to help. Contact us today to discuss your indoor air quality needs!