3 Ways the Quality of Your Indoor Air Improves Your Home’s Comfort

The quality of the your Lexington house’s indoor air plays a large part in whether family members feel healthy and comfortable at home. Humidity levels that are too high or too low, temperatures that chill or overheat, and polluted or stale air create all sorts of problems that disrupt the comfortable atmosphere that you crave.

Ways That Improved Indoor Air Quality Improves Comfort at Home

Here’s a closer look at what to expect when you improve the freshness and purity of the air you breathe at home:

Improved Breathing and Fewer Allergic Reactions

Dust mite particles and other contaminants that float in the air can be eliminated through proper ventilation and filtration, moisture control and equipment maintenance. Circulating fresh, clean air and removing stuffy, stale air adds comfort. Furthermore, if anyone in your home suffers from allergies, high air quality is a must.

Enhanced Comfort for Indoor Activities

The ability to adjust the temperature of individual areas within your home boosts air quality and allows you to provide a comfortable atmosphere for everyone in your home. For example, sleeping areas and exercise rooms might be set at lower temperatures than areas used for reading, watching television or relaxing with friends.

Fewer Illnesses

South Carolina residents know that outdoor relative humidity levels fluctuate greatly from morning to afternoon. If the relative humidity in your home is too high or too low, bacteria and viruses thrive. Maintaining a level that is between 45 percent and 55 percent provides the most comfort and ensures fewer illnesses.

South Carolina Indoor Air Quality Specialists Stand Ready to Help

If you live in or near Lexington County, help is just a phone call away. The fully trained technicians at Krantz Kooling and Heating know the importance of quality air and enjoy providing cost-effective solutions. For more information, call us today. We welcome your call.

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