Your home should be your sanctuary but if your indoor air isn’t as clean as it should be, you may have trouble breathing freely. An increasingly popular solution for poor indoor air quality is the installation of a whole-home air purification system like the HALO-LED™ Whole Home In-Duct Air Purifier. Do you need an air purifier in your home? Here are a few tell-tale signs:
- You cough and sneeze all the time.
The biggest indication that your indoor air isn’t up to snuff is sneezing, wheezing, coughing and stuffiness. If you don’t generally have breathing issues outside your home, polluted indoor air might be a factor.
- You dust every day.
Does your house seem to “make” a lot more dust than you’re used to? If dust settles on tables and windowsills mere hours after you’ve cleaned, you may have air recirculation problems.
- Your house smells.
Whether it’s a musty, dank smell or the scent of cleaning agents and chemicals, you want the air you breathe to be free of odor-causing microbes. The right filtration system can help purify your air from chemicals, smoke and even mold spores.
- You or someone in the family is sick.
If someone in your home has an ongoing health issue (think: bronchitis, emphysema, severe allergies), an air puri cation system can help them feel better. The cleaner the indoor air, the less the body works to purify it while breathing. Better air quality can even keep you from snoring so loudly while you sleep.
Need help determining which indoor air purification system is right for your home? Your friendly MTB Mechanical technician can walk you through your options. Plus, don’t miss the $75 coupon (use by June 30) for the HALO-LED™ Whole Home In-Duct Air Purifier that treats every cubic inch of air-conditioned space, reducing airborne and surface contaminants and pollutants.
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