iAir Services Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Indoor Air Quality’

Keep Your Home Clean with a MicroPure Air Filter

Monday, October 9th, 2017

indoor-air-qualityMost of us focus quite rightly on temperature control when it comes to home comfort: keeping our households cool in the heat of the summer and warm on those chilly winter nights. But that’s not the only thing we should factor in when it comes to a healthy and comfortable home. Indoor air quality plays a role as well: cutting down on germs, dust, and similar contaminants. If your home doesn’t quite feel the way it should, an air filter might be the best option for you.

There are a number of reliable products on the market that can meet your indoor air quality needs. We recommend MicroPure air purifiers in particular based on their reliability, their value for the money, and their innovative way of addressing a number of different IAQ issues in a home. And right now, we’re offering a special on indoor air quality consultation that can help determine what your specific needs may be.

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UV Purifiers Make for Cleaner Air

Monday, August 14th, 2017

UV-air-purifierSummers mean muggy air and lots of germs, with everything from mold spores to bacteria and germs floating around just waiting to make our lives miserable. Each unwelcome invader can enter a home extremely easily and remain trapped there for some time. We rarely open our doors and window during the hotter months, after all, which means that germs and mold spores can circulate throughout your home without any way to escape.

The best solution to such problems is a UV air purifier installed into the home’s HVAC system. It can help sterilize the air in the house and provides strong protection against germs and other biological contaminants. Here’s a quick breakdown of how it works.

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Insulation in Your Home Can Do More than You Think

Monday, June 19th, 2017

attic-insulation-installWe tend to think of insulation in our homes as a winter feature, working to keep heat in our homes and prevent our furnaces from having to work as hard as they should. But insulation in your home can be far more than a winter feature, and because we have mild winters here in Texas, a number of homes possess far less insulation than they might. In most cases, this can end up costing you money not only in the winter, but in the summer too. Insulation in your home can do a great deal more than you think.

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How Can a Dehumidifier Help Your Home?

Monday, April 10th, 2017

dehumidifiersWith summer just around the corner, the time has come to get your air conditioner into fighting shape. Temperature control is vital when the hotter months hit, and without reliable air conditioning, your home can turn into an oven very quickly. But the heat isn’t the only thing you need to worry about. There’s also the humidity, which can become stiflingly high in our neck of the woods, and creates a number of significant problems in the process. Air conditioners can crudely treat the issue, but there’s a much better solution out there: a whole-house dehumidifier installed into your HVAC system.

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Count on UV Air Purifiers in the Winter

Monday, January 30th, 2017

Indoor_Air_Quality_Filters_Duct_Cleaning_894326_54591782Winter season is cold season, and your home here in Manor, TX may be more vulnerable to colds and flu viruses than you realize. No one likes dealing with illnesses, especially when the weather is cold, but what can you do about it? The answer is quite a bit. A UV air purifier installed in your heating and air conditioning system, can make a huge difference in the overall health of your family. Let’s break it down to show you how it all works.

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Indoor Air Quality Products can Cut Down on Winter Colds

Monday, October 24th, 2016

Winter is on its way here in Georgetown, TX, and that means that winter colds are coming as well. Colds are prevalent in the winter because cool air is dry air, which dries out your sinuses and makes your body more vulnerable to germs. This is true for every household, but especially for homes with new babies, elderly family members, or anyone suffering from asthma or similar conditions. You can take steps to keep your home free of those germs with the timely installation of an indoor air quality product. There’s a wide variety available and one of them may be the perfect fit for your family. Here’s a few options to consider:

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Improve Your Home’s Energy Efficiency

Monday, January 11th, 2016

Winter has come, and while we can handle the “cold” weather fairly well in Austin, TX, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take the time to improve your home’s energy efficiency. An energy efficient home will help lower your bills during our sweltering summers as well as our mild winters, and over time could put a great deal of money back in your pockets. We offer a number of products that can do so, and the more you know about them, the better you can make an informed choice about which ones might be right for your household.

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Why Should I Consider a UV Air Purifier?

Monday, September 7th, 2015

UV air purifiers sound like something out of a science-fiction movie: using invisible light to kill germs as they attempt to invade your home. That’s no small consideration in Austin, TX, where high humidity levels create a breeding ground for bacteria and viruses. UV air purifiers help improve your indoor air quality, as well as reducing the risk of illness and infection in your home. (This is of especial concern to households that have just brought home a new baby, or who may have asthmatic or elderly members living there.) They’re all strong benefits, but they don’t explain how UV air purifiers work, or why you should consider one for your home. We’ve included a brief outline below.

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Upgrades to Lower Your Air Conditioning Bills

Monday, August 24th, 2015

We’ve officially hit the dog days of summer here in Austin, TX, which means your air conditioning system is going to be busier than ever. That usually translates to higher monthly bills and in some ways that’s inevitable: you’re simply going to have to pay more for running an air conditioner seven days a week than you would running it three days a week. But those higher costs could hide some unnecessary costs as well: paying more than you need to for the service you expect. You can cut into those high bills in a number of ways, starting with common-sense solutions like setting your thermostat a few degrees higher than you’re used to. A trained technician can help with a number of more formal steps designed to lower your air conditioning bills.

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What’s the Difference Between an Electronic Air Cleaner and a UV Air Purifier?

Monday, July 13th, 2015

Indoor air quality is a serious concern, and while your heater or air conditioner can set your household temperature exactly the way you’d like it, the presence of dust and other contaminants can still make your home a less-than-pleasant place to be. Here in Austin, TX, you can adopt numerous means to combat low indoor air quality, including electronic air cleaners and UV air filters. Both perform the same basic task, but they do so in different ways and have slightly different effects. We’ve broken down the difference below to help you make an informed choice as to which one best meets your needs.

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