San Diego, CA, March 31, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- People do so many things every day to improve their health: they exercise, eat well, and get proper sleep. Another important factor to consider is indoor air quality. According to the EPA, most people spend 87% of their lives indoors. That's well over three quarters of one's life spent inside behind a door, with windows often shut, and either an air conditioner or a furnace circulating the air. Airmaxx, the award-winning San Diego HVAC company, offers the air quality products homeowners need to make their indoor life more comfortable.
Indoor Air Can Be More Polluted Than Outside Air
Studies show that indoor air can actually be more polluted than outside air. Some people don't realize it, but multiple sources can contribute to indoor air pollution. Even with fewer people smoking these days, tobacco smoke is still a risk factor in some homes. There are other contributors, such as particles in the air from burning wood for fuel, gases from spray cans, and other irritants, such as dust and mold. Gases such as formaldehyde can be present, too, due to off-gassing from furniture and building materials. Airmaxx, with its years of experience and knowledge of indoor air pollutants, offers 4 different ways to combat indoor air pollution:
- Electric Air Purifiers
State-of-the-art filtration systems that are capable of removing a host of particulates (from bacteria to pollen to dander) as small as 0.01 microns - in case anyone is wondering, that's 18,000 times tinier than the head of a pin.
- Fan-Powered and Bypass Humidifiers
Control the humidity in the home with ease from these options that work in tandem with a central air or furnace system to deliver clean, consistent moisture levels.
- Recovery Ventilators
Reduce the stress to the HVAC system while improving fresh air circulation and overall air quality in the home.
- UV Lamps
Zap mold and bacteria out of an HVAC system to prevent them from circulating around the home.
Airmaxx encourages San Diego homeowners to call them today at (619) 376-1400 to learn more about how they can purify their indoor air. Discover how Airmaxx indoor air quality products can help fight indoor air pollution. Common household air irritants won't stand a chance when Airmaxx is on the job.
About Airmaxx Heating & Air Conditioning
Airmaxx Heating & Air Conditioning proudly services all of San Diego County. Same day service, always fast, always reliable. Give us a call to schedule your home heating and cooling services today! (619) 376-1400. Receive the absolute best customer service experience of your life when you use Airmaxx Heating and Air Conditioning. Maximize your home's comfort while eliminating allergens and pollutants.
10984 La Alberca Ave
San Diego, CA 92127