IERNA's Heating & Cooling Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Indoor Air Quality Products’

Preventing a Common Post-Flood Problem

Monday, June 19th, 2017

preventing-common-post-flood-problemWe mentioned in our last blog post that forecasters are predicting a less active hurricane season than in years prior, this summer. However, it’s important to remember that there is no fool-proof way to predict what we will and won’t see in terms of tropical storm activity. And unfortunately, even the most minor hurricane can bring major flooding into your home—even with preventive measures in place.

A flood is messy and inconvenient enough without thinking about its future implications—but even so, it’s important to remember what can develop as a result—mold. Mold can be a result of plumbing or storm damage of course, but it can also be the cause of poor indoor air quality in Wesley Chapel, FL, and impending illness. Whichever the case, the point is that you don’t want mold in your home! So, how do you prevent this post-flood?

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Improving the Quality of Your Home’s Air

Monday, December 19th, 2016

When it comes to the quality of your home, most Florida residents think about humidity. No matter what time of the year it is, humidity levels play a huge role in your overall comfort, health, and even the condition of your home. However, as important as this is, it’s not the only indoor air quality consideration you should be making.

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Air Quality FAQ from the Professionals

Monday, November 21st, 2016

There are a number of different indoor air quality systems on the market, and finding the one that’s the right fit for your home can be hard to do without professional assistance. A big part of this decision is determining what types of indoor air contaminants even pose a threat in your home.

Another factor that plays a major role in deciding which indoor air quality product is best for you is the dimensions and layout of your home, plus the type of home heating and cooling system you have in place. We don’t expect you to sort through all this information on your own. Keep reading to learn about two of the most commonly asked indoor air quality questions, and our responses.

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Keep Your Indoor Air Quality in Great Shape this Summer

Monday, July 18th, 2016

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.

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