Air Conditioners will not only cool your home but will provide the optimum levels of humidity. A central air conditioner also provides cleaner, healthier air within your home as circulated air is filtered.
There may be more in your home than you know. In fact, the air inside your home can be up to 5 times more polluted than the air outside. Because while today’s better insulated homes do a great job of keeping out the elements, they also hold in airborne particles that can aggravate breathing difficulties.
- Removes up to an incredible 99.98% of allergens from filtered air.
- Traps particles as small as .1 micron in size.
- Up to 100 times more effective than a standard 1” filter.
- Can reduce your need to dust by up to 50%. • Performance verified by leading experts at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Clean air delivery rate (efficiency times airflow rate) is recognized by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a fair and objective measure of various air cleaner technologies
When air becomes too dry, moisture is drawn from people, plants, wood, wool, cotton and even your pets. The results can be damaging, expensive, uncomfortable and unhealthy.
Many doctors recommend humidifiers for allergy and asthma sufferers. Research has shown that 40% to 60% relative humidity is ideal for today’s homes. Outside this range, bacteria, fungi, viruses and mites thrive.
Maintaining proper relative humidity provides a comfortable environment for your woodwork, your furniture, your plants, your pets and especially you and your family
Evaporative humidifiers Pros: they cost less to purchase, use very little electricity, easy maintenance, replacing the evaporative water panel annually is inexpensive. Cons: they only work on forced air systems with hot air or hot water, they use larger amounts of water.
Steam humidifiers Pros: they produce humidity without hot air or hot water, the can be used in homes without any forced air systems. Cons: they cost more to purchase and use a lot of electricity to run, increased maintenance, the steam canisters cost more to replace annually than evaporative water panels.
· dry skin
· sinus congestion
· dry throat
· nose irritation
· bloody noses
· irritated vocal cords
· dry cough
· cracked lips
You may be prone to these discomforts when the air in your home is dry. This is especially common during winter months