Is the Air in Your Home Safe?

How do you know the air in your home is safe? Is there any sure-fire way to make certain your family is protected? Even with regular testing of your home’s air, you will still need to properly filtrate the air in your home. Air filters are great if you have pets because they remove most of the larger particles that get into our air supply. This includes not only pet dander, but also pollen, mold, and other particles like dust. If you have allergies or someone in your home has asthma, this is the best way to be sure they don’t breathe in harmful particles. Air filtration is very simple to install and inexpensive to maintain. HEPA air filters are the best on the market and are certified to capture much smaller particles than any other filters and to last longer. Electronic air purifiers ionize the air in your home and separate out smaller particles such as gas, smoke, or pathogens like bacteria and viruses. Air purifiers should be used in conjunction with air filters. Changing your filters monthly and having regular scheduled maintenance visits by a certified technician can insure that your home is free of harmful pollutants. For more information about improving the quality of air in your home, contact the experts at Spencer Air Conditioning and Heating. We are here whenever you need us! Call Spencer Air Conditioning and Heating today at (972) 446-COOL (2665) or find out more at Our longevity speaks to our quality.

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