Indoor air quality is a top concern for many homeowners. Most people are aware that outdoor air pollution can damage their health but may not know that indoor air pollution can also have significant harmful effects.
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) studies of human exposure indicate that the levels for many pollutants may be 2-5 times higher indoors than outdoors. High levels of indoor air pollutants are significant because it is estimated that people spend as much as 90% of their time indoors.
Over the past several decades, our exposure to indoor air pollutants has increased due to a variety of factors, including the construction of well-sealed buildings, reduced ventilation rates, the use of synthetic building materials and furnishings, and the use of chemically formulated personal care products, pesticides, and household cleaners.
Indoor Air Quality Solutions
Clean Indoor Air
A clean home includes having clean air. Pollen, animal dander, smoke, bacteria and other pollutants naked to the human eye exist in our homes. Carrier has solutions to clean your home air with its state of the art air cleaners, purifiers, and media filters.
Your Skin Will Thank You
During different seasons and within certain climates, air can become dry and affect the quality of life in your home. If you experience static electricity, dry skin, or respiratory ailments caused by dry air, you may need a humidifier.
A Breath of Fresh Air
In a central HVAC system, air can circulate within a home and become stale over time, potentially increasing the levels of viruses, bacteria, pollen, smoke, and odors. Many times, bringing in fresh air through windows or doors can negatively affecting heating and cooling costs and is not an option. Fortunately, Carrier energy recovery ventilators bring in fresh air while dramatically reducing heating and cooling costs.
Mold is For Cheese, Not For Your Home
Heating and cooling systems provide maximum comfort for home owners by regulating temperature and humidity. Unfortunately, this also can cause a warm, damp climate within your evaporator coil that is ripe for mold growth. Installing a UV lamps in the evaporator coil will zap any trace of mold in your HVAC system and leave you with a healthy home.