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Today’s homes are might more tightly sealed than just a few years ago. Well-sealed homes save energy and keep conditioned air in, but sometimes that sealing can trap allergens, chemicals and other contaminants that affect your family’s health.
How Can You Improve Indoor Air Quality?
Keeping indoor air fresh can be accomplished with filtration and purification through your home heating and cooling system. For many families, regular filter changes as part of an HVAC system maintenance plan can keep indoor air quality high. For other families who have more serious allergies or respiratory conditions, an air purifier may be the best solution.
Sources of Indoor Air Pollution
Indoor air pollution can build up inside homes that recirculate heated and cooled air with ductwork connecting the furnace or AC to the entire house. Indoor air pollution has many sources in every home:
Particulates, including pollen, allergens, and dust mites
Microbials, including mold, mildew, bacteria and viruses
Gases, including smoke, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and cleaning chemicals
Improving IAQ to Reduce Asthma & Indoor Allergies
One solution we can recommend is a Lennox PureAir™ Air Purification System to battle indoor air pollution and clean the air in your home. The PureAir System traps particles, bacteria, germs, mold, mildew, ozone, odors and chemical fumes. The PureAir system is installed to filter air as it circulates through your forced air heating and cooling system.
New Technology Filters Air by Trapping Particles
We also recommend the Reme Halo System that is installed in the main house duct. Halo cleans the air by generating a hydro-oxide plasma that actively sweeps through the house to collect indoor air pollution at the source. The Halo system is radically different because the hydro-oxide causes tiny particles to stick together making them easier to filter out. The Halo System makes your HVAC system’s existing filters even more effective, resulting in fresher, cleaner healthier indoor air.