Sanitize IAQ Threats

Test and Sanitize Your Air Supply for a Healthier Home

April 18, 2020

Are you worried the air inside your home contains allergens, bacteria and viruses? You’re not alone. The world is facing a health crisis, and homeowners in Hagerstown, Maryland, are searching for ways to minimize their risk of illness. One way is to sanitize your home’s air supply. Follow these three steps to create a healthier home for your family:

Test Your Indoor Air Quality

Most of the harmful allergens, bacteria and viruses in the air aren’t visible to the human eye. Just because you can’t see these contaminants in your home doesn’t mean they aren’t there. That’s why you must test your indoor air quality. An IAQ expert can determine how clean or dirty your home’s air supply is and offer practical solutions.

Install the REME HALO Whole-Home In-Duct Air Purifier

Once you know what kind of air quality issue you’re dealing with, you can invest in the right devices to resolve it. Among the many indoor air quality solutions available to homeowners, the REME HALO Whole-Home In-Duct Air Purifier is the most effective. It works to clean every cubic inch of the air that your HVAC system reaches inside your home. It’s highly effective at removing particulates, microbial and gases, including dust, dander pollen, bacteria and viruses.

Schedule Duct Cleaning Service

Your ducts are a vital part of your HVAC system. As air circulates through them, particle pollutants can collect and strain your HVAC system. Don’t let dirty ducts impact your health. Scheduling a duct cleaning every two to five years will help to sanitize them.

Maintaining good indoor air quality is important to your comfort and health. If you’re worrying about whether your home’s air supply is increasing your risk of feeling sick, contact Hagerstown Heating & Cooling today. Our team is standing by to help give you peace of mind by improving your home’s air quality right away.

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COVID-19 is affecting all of us.

Hagerstown Heating & Cooling will remain open for business and ready to take care of your heating and cooling needs.

In the wake of the current health crisis in our communities, Hagerstown Heating & Cooling stands ready to ensure your comfort. Maintaining your home's heating and cooling needs is, as always, our top priority.

If you have experienced any illness in your home, please let our dispatcher know and please do not take offense if we choose to not shake hands during this time. We want to ensure that when we send our technician to you, they can take necessary health precautions to protect themselves and those they will interact with throughout the day.

We want to wish all our patrons a healthy and safe time in the next few weeks as our country navigates this situation. Our thoughts are with you all.

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