What does an air purification system do?

Air Quality

Everyone wants a clean home, right? And while a clean home may feel like a house that is picked up and wiped down, there is another factor that you might not be observing—the air circulating in your house. One of the main factors that affects the quality of air in your indoor space is the amount of pollutants that are floating around in the air. The pollutants can come from pets or enter the home through open windows or doors. We typically focus our concern on the quality of the air outside, but it’s wise to assess if you should take steps to improve your indoor air quality.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, poor indoor air quality can be the source for a few health problems and could potentially cause dizziness, headaches and nausea. It can also result in further aggravation for individuals suffering from allergies or asthma. Even regular cleaning and vacuuming won’t entirely rid your space of these pollutants, so it might be time to consider a better strategy. But don’t worry! Hopkins Air Conditioning, Inc. does have the answers to help you improve your indoor air quality.

One possible solution is an air purification system. Simply put, these systems eliminate particles, germs and odors from the air in a room. This helps you breathe easier and keeps your household healthier. By removing the airborne dust particles, you reduce the amount of exposure your respiratory system has to them.

There are different types of technology when it comes to air purification systems and our pros can walk you through your options and what will be the most appropriate solution for your needs. There are air purification systems that are intended to work with your central heating and cooling system to improve the air throughout your entire space.

If you are seeking help on how to improve the air in your home or would like to learn more about air purification systems, Hopkins Air Conditioning, Inc. can help! Call us at 561-656-4255 or arrange an appointment online. Don’t forget to check out some more of our indoor air quality tips and recommendations!

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