fbpx
Kansas City Home Indoor Air Quality

Kansas City Home Indoor Air Quality

Your home indoor air quality is something you may have never thought about before but should be something you evaluate every year. Poor indoor air quality can cause various health issues like headaches, nausea, skin irritations, difficulty breathing and more. HVAC manufacturers have been developing new technologies to help improve a home’s air quality over the past couple of decades, but many homes still do not have an air quality system.

How is My Home’s Air Quality?

If you’re not sure how to tell if your home indoor air quality needs some extra care, answer the questions below. If you answer yes to any of these, you would probably be a good candidate for an add-on air quality system. If you’d like a professional to evaluate your home’s air quality, call the professionals at Full Nelson for an in-depth examination.

  • My home seems dusty all of the time
  • I have pets who shed
  • Someone in my household has allergies
  • My household seems to get sick a lot
  • My household has asthma or scratchy throats
  • Someone in my household gets frequent headaches
  • I don’t open my windows often

Types of Air Filtration Systems

UV Lights

Did you know that the air quality outside of your home is naturally cleansed by the sun? It’s true. UV rays from the sun help to clean and purify the air outside. Once the outside air comes into your home, there is nothing to help clean it besides your air filter; unless you’ve invested in an aftermarket air quality system. UV light systems are readily available as an aftermarket add on and are often included in new HVAC system installs.

UV lights can be added to your ductwork and a-coil when air filters through your system. The air in your home circulates an average of 8x’s every hour. Having a UV light or other air filtration system in your HVAC system helps to make sure that germs and bacteria are removed every time the air circulates through.

Ozone Generators

Ozone generators are great at removing smells from the air. While some people prefer ozone generators, they are not always the best option. Some people are sensitive and develop headaches, chest pain and shortness of breath. There are other home indoor air quality systems that remove the odor and bacteria without the use of ozone.

New Generation of Indoor Air Quality

The Rheem Halo is the next generation of indoor air quality. It uses Reflective Electro Magnetic Energy technology to reach and purify every inch of your home’s air.

Cut down on sickness this winter. Hydroperoxides (which occur naturally in the environment) are also a part of the systems technology. It helps to deodorize and sanitize not just your home’s air, but also its surfaces. If you’d like more information on this specific system, just give us a call.

The newly released Rheem Halo replaces all of the past air filtration systems and even helps to reduce allergens in the home. It’s perfect for just about every home and works with any system. Plus it’s more affordable than you might think.

How to Install a Home Indoor Air Quality Kit

Once you’ve decided on which type of air quality kit is right for you, be sure to use a professional HVAC team like Full Nelson for installation. Having a professional install your air filtration system will ensure that it’s working properly and that it’s the right system for your needs. Having a professional complete your installation also ensures that you’re covered under their warranty in case something should go wrong. There are very specific parts on these systems that cannot be touched, require special tools, & electrical knowledge.

Schedule an estimate today.

Leave a Comment