When the pollen count is high in Leeds, AL, it’s best to keep the allergens out of your home. The health of your loved ones who suffer from respiratory problems of all kinds will improve when your indoor air quality improves. This article offers a guide to improve the indoor air quality in your home.

Clean Those Air Ducts

Having your HVAC ductwork professionally cleaned is one of the best ways to quickly improve the air quality in your home and improve the respiratory health of your family. Our trained HVAC technician will clean out dust, spores, rodent feces and nests as well as residue from outside pollutants. The cleaning process will include all vents, the drip pan and lines, your air handler, and more.

An Air Purification System Cleans Indoor Air

An air purification system will take care of dust and other allergens that are still left behind regardless of how clean your ducts are or how spotless your house is. By having an air purification system in your home, you will be taking the extra step to ensure your family’s improved indoor air quality. It will also help to rid your home of odors you hadn’t noticed until you realize how nice your home smells now.

Control the Humidity in Your Home

A home dehumidification system will help cut down on humidity in your home. By reducing the humidity, there will be less chance of spore growth and respiratory problems caused by dampness. The right size dehumidification system will work with your air conditioner to make your home cool and inviting during the sweltering summer months.

If you want better air quality for your family, give us a call at Total Comfort Heating & Air. We can help cut down on allergens and other pollutants in your home, so your indoor air is healthy air.

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