Feb 3, 2012
Your HVAC system contains a standard air filter to capture large air pollutants. But it’s not always enough to maintain comfort in your Kilgore, Texas, home. Whether you’re struggling with allergies or looking to banish sleepless nights, consider installing an air purifier to improve your life.
Better indoor air quality (IAQ) is linked to improved productivity. If you work from home, cleaning your indoor air can make a notable difference. High levels of indoor air pollutants can lead to lethargy and fatigue that make you feel more like taking a nap than working. Low IAQ can also cause symptoms like headaches that’ll slow you down as you power through that report. Install an air purifier to boost your ability to get through that to-do list.
Poor indoor air quality makes it difficult to get a good night’s sleep. Air pollutants can increase instances of sleep disorders like snoring and decrease the efficiency of your sleep. Over the long term, poor sleep can increase your risk of serious conditions like cardiovascular diseases. If you’re not sleeping like you should, an air purifier can help remove the pollutants that are potentially getting in the way.
If you suffer from asthma and allergies, even moderate levels of indoor air pollutants can make you miserable. Dust, dander and pollen circulating through the home may lead to itchy eyes, a stuffy nose and other uncomfortable symptoms. A product like the Performance Air Purifier PGAP can remove as much as 75 percent of the airborne organisms that are 0.30 microns in size or larger.
If you’re interested in cashing in on some of the perks of an air purifier, contact JD’s A/C at (903) 759-7483. We can help you explore your options and find the best new air cleaner for your home.
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