For Air That’s Squeaky Clean

Invest in a Brand New Air Purifier!

These days people are super concerned with doing the right thing to live healthier. We are constantly told to eat more meat, eat less meat, drink more red wine, drink less red wine, etc. Then, we are instructed to drink more water and get more exercise. The cycle never ends. But what about controlling the type of air we breathe? Shouldn’t we be concerned with our indoor air quality, too?

Yes. We should. Here’s why: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has ranked indoor air pollution as one of the top five environmental dangers, while the American Heart Association has linked poor air quality to heart problems. The American Lung Society has also gotten on board and now lists pollution as a leading cause of lung cancer. With these facts, isn’t it only common sense to invest in an indoor air quality system? After all, it’s your indoor air that you can actually control.

Controlling Your Cleaner Air Choices

If you want to be as chill as a penguin and experience the cleanest air possible, now is the time to add a new air cleaner or air purifier to your home. There are a variety of different systems available in today’s market that can clean your air and eliminate harmful pollutants that live inside your home.

Here are just a few of the systems that Cool Techs offers:

  • UV systems. These systems use ultraviolet light to remove harmful microbial particles such as bacteria and mold spores from your air. Statistically, they can kill up to 87 percent of certain airborne bacteria. While they are the newest member to join the market and can be a tad pricey, the extra investment is worth the money and makes them an excellent choice for pure air!
  • Air cleaners/air purifiers. From portable cleaners and HEPA filtered to carbon filtered and electrostatic, air cleaners and purifiers can help keep your indoor air fresh. Cleaners and purifiers help to eliminate volatile organic compounds (VOCs)—things that are emitted from items like carpets, paint and disinfectant sprays.
  • Humidifiers. Humidifiers allow homeowners to find the perfect moisture balance in their homes. If your home has too much humidity, your indoor air quality can be compromised. Balanced humidity levels are the goal and humidifiers are the solution to this quest.
  • ERV (energy recovery ventilator) systems. The main purpose of an ERV system is to pull fresh air into your home while simultaneously pushing out stale air. It helps transfer moisture and heat from the incoming fresh air to the outgoing airstream. It is typically used for homes in warmer climates with milder winters.

Breathe Fresher Air Today!

Whichever system you choose, you can rest easy knowing that you and your family will be breathing in the cleanest air possible. And the experts at Cool Techs are always available to answer any IAQ questions you have.