- On April 1, 2020
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- Harding, home comfort, HVAC tips, Indoor Air Quality, maintenance, Ottawa
Now, more than ever, it’s important to monitor your indoor air quality. To help keep contaminants from circulating in your home, consider using a better filter, adding an air purification system and having your home’s ducts cleaned.
A furnace filter can trap everything from pollen to viruses and bacteria. To ensure that you’re catching as many contaminants as possible, use the filter recommended for your heating system in your owner’s manual.
Dust and other irritants can settle in the ductwork and be spread throughout the house every time the furnace or air conditioner is turned on. Having ducts cleaned every once in a while can help improve the quality of air in your home, especially if you have had any renovation work done recently.
Air Purification Systems
Air filtration systems combat indoor air pollution by capturing particles including bacteria and viruses, keeping these contaminants from re-circulating into the home’s air. Air purifiers are whole-home systems that are integrated into your furnace and air conditioner. For people that want to significantly improve indoor air quality, an air purification system is the best option.
If you’re worried about your indoor air quality or
have questions about installing an HVAC accessory system,
don’t hesitate to contact a friendly sales representative from Harding Heating & Air Conditioning.
Team Harding has been Ottawa’s leading home comfort specialist since 1994. We are a family-owned and operated local business providing furnace installation, repair and maintenance services from Renfrew to Prescott to Russell.