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Protect Your Family With a Whole House Air Purifier

You may have read recently about indoor air quality and wondered what it means and why it is important. The concept of cleaning the air in your home or building has been around for a long time, but because of COVID-19 more people have become aware of the importance and benefits of clean indoor air. Did you know that according to the Environmental Protection Agency, the air indoors can be more polluted than smog? Since most people spend 90 percent of their lives indoors this is now more important than ever.

UV Air Purification

As you begin looking at air quality solutions for your home or business you will want to look into the benefits of a UV air purifier. Some things for you to consider - what it is, how it operates, and if it is right for you.

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Home Air Purification Technology

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There are many options for home and/or office air purifiers. To learn more about home air purification, call Ed’s Heating Cooling Plumbing Electric today: 937-667-6713

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4 Benefits of Adding an HVAC Air Purifier to Your Home

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If the idea of cleaner air, less dust build up, odor elimination, and longer lifespan of your HVAC system sound good to you, you might want to consider investing in a whole-home air purification system from Ed’s Heating and Cooling. In addition to the following benefits, our systems are proven to remove airborne COVID and other contaminants.

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What is Indoor Air Pollution?

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It is important to first understand what indoor air pollution is. Dust mites, mold spores, pollen, and pet dander are some examples of indoor air pollution. The pollution inside your home can have the same negative effects as environmental pollution.

What Are HEPA Filters?

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Why Does Indoor Air Quality Matter?

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Some of the effects of poor indoor air quality include:

• Short term effects: Nasal congestion, irritated eyes and throat, dry skin and lips, dizziness, nausea, headaches, and fatigue. • Long term effects: Chronic respiratory conditions, worsening of asthma and allergy symptoms, chronic sinusitis, and other lung conditions.

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Signs That the Air in Your Home is Not as Clean as it Could Be

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It goes without saying that the air quality in your home (or office) can affect you in many ways. The effects are often subtle and individual. Some people have a higher tolerance but others can have a seeming chronic reaction to indoor air quality that they often put off as "allergies" or "pollen". Here are some things to look for:

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