Feb 3, 2012
More professionals are choosing occupations that allow them to work from home. You may be thinking about starting your own work-from-home business. But have you thought about the indoor environment of your White Oak, Texas, home? If poor indoor air quality is a problem, consider air purification. Find out how multi-space air filtration and enhanced HVAC system functioning are ways you can benefit from air purification.
Installing a portable air filter in your home is a great start to improving your indoor air quality. But its purification capabilities are somewhat limited. However, adding a whole-home air purifier to your home’s HVAC system permits multiple air filtration cycles per day. Since a whole-home air purifier cycles indoor air through its filters more frequently than a portable unit, you’ll benefit from breathing cleaner air throughout the day.
You may work from your home office eight hours a day. But you’re likely not sitting still in the same spot for that time. You may take a business call from your living room, review a proposal while eating lunch in your kitchen, or join a webinar in your sunroom.
With a whole-home air purifier, every room in your home can have fresh, clean air. When your indoor air quality is good, you’ll be able to reduce your exposure to indoor allergens and dust particles from each room throughout your workday.
Since a whole-home air purifier removes dust, debris and other pollutants from the air, it can eliminate problems with clogged air vents and ductwork. While you’ll need to change the purifier’s filter frequently, your home’s HVAC system can benefit from having clean, purified air to work with. It’ll boost the system’s overall operational efficiency. As a result, you’ll help prevent more frequent repairs and extend its lifespan.
To learn more about air purification for your home, call JD’s A/C at (903) 759-7483. We’ll help you understand your options for improving your home’s indoor air quality.
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