Indoor Air Quality for the Fall & Winter Seasons
There always seems to be an emphasis on indoor air quality during the spring and summer seasons, but the truth of the matter is that indoor air quality isn’t only an issue in the warmer months. The fall and winter seasons can introduce different issues that bring about the same results we’re all too familiar with.
Luckily for Massachusetts homeowners, South Shore Heating & Cooling’s indoor air quality solutions work just as well against fall and winter allergens and dry air as they do against spring and summer allergens!
Equip your home with the latest in indoor air quality equipment from South Shore Heating & Cooling, including:
Installed within the home’s HVAC system, UV lamps prevent the growth of mold and bacteria that commonly grow on the system’s coils and reduce the likelihood of these harmful contaminants from being circulated into the home.
Whole-House Filtration Systems
There are particulates of many different sizes floating in the air, and a high density media filter is built to catch those on the larger end, such as ragweed pollen and spores. These particulates also happen to be a common cause of allergy flare-ups.
The dry air of fall and winter can create an uncomfortable space for you and your family. In addition to causing eczema flare-ups, dry air makes it harder for our bodies to natural fight off infections, illnesses and diseases that are common during the cooler months. A whole-house humidifier can put moisture back in the air to help aid in improved comfort and health!
If you were bombarded by spring allergies this year, don’t think you’re off the hook when the heating season arrives! Protect yourself and your family with new indoor air quality solutions from South Shore Heating & Cooling. Call or contact us online today to get started.