One of the biggest misconceptions about indoor-air-quality (IAQ) is that it is cleaner, healthier, and safer than outdoor air quality. But the truth is, the air inside your home, office, school, or other building environment is generally between two to five times more polluted than the air outside (EPA).
There are many toxic elements, activities, and conditions inside the house that contaminate your indoor air leading to serious health concerns (cardiovascular or respiratory disease for example). With coronavirus pandemic when we all are locked down in our homes, improving indoor air quality is something to think about more seriously than ever.
Climate Partners brings you some of the best indoor air purification systems solutions. Whether it is due to carbon monoxide, molds, pesticides, lead, asbestos, or any other kinds of air pollutants our state-of-the-art air-purifier can filter it all. We are HVAC experts committed to providing our clients with comfortable indoor environments and promoting good health.
So if you are struggling with contaminated indoor air and looking for the best indoor air purification system then call us today at 203-457-8581 for a free estimate.
Indoor Air-Pollution Sources
Combustion sources: Tobacco, wood, coal heating, cooking appliances, and fireplaces.
Commonly used household products: Cleaning supplies, paints, insecticides, and many more.
Building materials: Degrading materials (e.g., asbestos fibers released from building insulation), new materials (e.g., chemical off-gassing from pressed wood products),
Naturally occurring indoor air substances: radon, mold, and pet dander.
Outdoor Air-Pollution Sources
Smoke: Harmful smoke from chimneys can re-enter homes to pollute the air in the home and neighborhood.
Chemicals: In areas with contaminated groundwater or soils, volatile chemicals can enter buildings through the same process.
Water supplies: Volatile chemicals in water supplies can also enter indoor air when building occupants use the water (e.g., during showering, cooking).
People: When people enter buildings, they can inadvertently bring in soils and dust on their shoes and clothing from the outdoors, along with pollutants that adhere to those particles.
In addition, several other factors affect indoor air quality, including the air exchange rate, outdoor climate, weather conditions, and occupant behavior.
Air Purifier To Get Rid Of Indoor Air Pollutions
Air purification is the process of sanitizing the air by neutralizing airborne toxins gases and off-gassing, bacteria, viral or fungal matter, toxic pathogens, and much more. Air purifiers are different than air filters because instead of simply trapping airborne particles within the mechanism of a tangible filter, an air purifier emits something to kill, neutralize, transform, or otherwise render airborne toxins harmless.
Climate Partners brings you various indoor- air purification systems to suit your particular need:
Keeping our customers happy is what has made us a successful and trustworthy HVAC company in all over Connecticut for many years. If you have any questions, you can call us at 203-457-8581 or contact here and we will promptly help solve any issue that comes up.
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