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Indoor Air Quality
Indoor Air Quality in Broomall, PA
Your family members may have allergies and asthma symptoms that seem to get worse at certain times of year. Hopefully, when you come inside, these symptoms improve. But if the indoor air quality is not up to standards, this may not be the case.
Cleaner air starts with having an indoor air quality system to filter out particles or kill germs in the air. And this goes beyond the standard air filter. Our indoor air quality services cover whole-house air purifiers and filtration systems that get rid of the most harmful contaminants in the air.
We also install and service humidifiers and dehumidifiers for your health and comfort. For more information about our whole-house indoor air quality solutions in Broomall, PA, call the friendly team at Murphy's Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning today!
Better Air Cleaning and Air Purification
The air filter in your HVAC system may not do the best job of eliminating particles that make you sick or trigger your allergies and asthma symptoms. Air filters are actually designed primarily to protect your AC system and heater—not to clean the air. The filter may not catch pollen, mold spores, bacteria, and other air pollutants that affect your health.
Here are the systems we recommend to homeowners and commercial property owners who are serious about cleaning the air.
- Air Purifiers – Air purifiers use ionization to charge particles in the air so that they become attracted to a surface of the opposite charge. This is often more effective than a standard media filter.
- UV Lights – Ultraviolet light kills and sterilizes bacteria, viruses, and other living organisms on contact.
- Air Filtration System – A quality air filtration system may be the best choice for your home. But be careful: a filtration system that is too powerful could block air from moving into your home efficiently.
Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers
We also install humidifiers and dehumidifiers, depending on our customers’ needs and concerns. A quality humidifier can help to alleviate the problems with dry air that often come up during the wintertime. Your indoor air quality decreases as the dry air allows for certain viruses and bacteria to thrive.
Homeowners typically run their dehumidifiers in the summer time. When there is too much moisture in the air, it may seem warmer inside, since your body cannot evaporate sweat as easily as it should. You may end up wasting energy running the AC more often than you should. In addition, excessive moisture could allow for the development of mold or mildew.
Quality, Honest Service
We think any home can benefit from having an indoor air quality system installed within the HVAC system. However, we understand that this may not be the best option for your home right now. Our motto is "Integrity before Profit." That is something we stand by, and our technicians will never make a "hard–sell" to push a product, like many of our competitors do.
If you are ready to upgrade your indoor air quality, call Murphy's Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning today. And get in touch with our team for all of your heating and AC needs. We are a team of NATE–certified HVAC and indoor air quality specialists local to the Broomall, PA area and ready to help you with the best products and services.