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Keep Your Indoor Air Quality in Great Shape this Summer

Summer has been here for a while, and it’s not going anywhere any time soon. So naturally your focus is likely on your air conditioning and its cooling capacity. There is one other factor of indoor comfort you should keep in mind this season, however.

When you rely on your air conditioner as much as you do in the state of Florida, you actually suffer from a drop in indoor air quality. This is because in order to efficiently use your AC, you shut everything up—trapping contaminants and pollutants in your home. Keep reading to learn more about indoor air quality and the products you can invest in to help with this problem.

Air Purifiers

As mentioned above, you are typically going to close all of your doors and windows when you want to use your air conditioning system, to make it easier for your home to cool down. The issue with this is by eliminating airflow, you’re trapping things like dust, pollen, dander, germs, and mold sports.

These contaminants can and do increase the rate and severity of allergy attacks and asthma symptoms. To improve your indoor air quality and contribute to a healthier home, you should install an indoor air purifier. There are a variety of different types available on the market today, each of which cleans the air in its own way.


Too much moisture can cause a number of different problems within your home. The higher the humidity level is in your home, then the longer it will take for your body to cool itself down. This is why humid days always seem so much hotter, even though the temperature may be the same. High moisture content also contributes to the development of mold, which can be extremely unhealthy.

To learn more about our extensive indoor air quality products in Tampa, FL, contact IERNA’s Heating & Cooling today.

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