Indoor Air Quality

According to the EPA, indoor air pollution is one of the most concerning environmental dangers that we face daily. It’s estimated that our indoor air has 5 times the number of pollutants than outdoor air. Some homes may even have up to 100 times more pollutants.

There are sources of indoor pollution everywhere inside of homes. From the chemical agents released from cleaning and personal care products, paint as well as solvents to combustion pollutants such as gas stoves, kerosene heaters, charcoal grills and more.

Believe it or not, your HVAC system can function as more than just a source for warm and cool air, in conjunction with the right products it can also help to regulate the air quality inside your home. Aside from changing out your air filters every few months, you can also clean, purify, humidify and dehumidify your indoor air for the ultimate in comfort and health.

Does Your Home Have Too Much or Too Little Moisture?

Too Much Moisture

Air that is too moist can cause a number of dangerous problems. You run the risk of having unwanted bacterial and mold growth, musty smells, and excess window or wall condensation. Too much moisture can also cause conditions that create or worsen allergy and asthma symptoms.

Hernandez Heating & Cooling offers whole-home dehumidification systems that remove excess moisture from the air and thereby keeping your family healthy and safe.

Too Little Moisture

Overly dry air, on the other hand, can cause issues like dry skin and could make your family more susceptible to viruses and illnesses, congestion, and static shock. Wood floors and furniture can sustain damage through cracking and buckling.

We can help you combat these issues with a whole-home humidification system that puts the right balance of moisture in the air for maximized comfort.

How an Air Cleaner Can Impact Your Family’s Health

Airborne contaminants inside your home can cause a flare up of sinus, allergy, and asthma symptoms including congestion, coughing, headaches, watery eyes, and dry or itchy skin.

Whole-home air cleaners help capture and kill harmful airborne particles – including viruses and bacteria – leaving your indoor air clean, fresh, and healthy.