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Indoor Filtration: What Can It Do For You?

February 20th, 2014

The air circulating in the home today is full of air-born particulates and pollutants that manufacturers of air filtration systems inside the home work hard to eliminate. Ordinary appliances and systems do not catch these harmful pollutants. Many come inside the home through the water and plumbing system and enter the air through breaks. The amount of contaminants and pathogens in the air can be high in some homes. Manufacturers design Indoor filtration systems to use air exchange methods to clean the air of contaminants before homeowners are exposed to them.

Test your Air Conditioning System
Regardless of who installs your air conditioning system, Indoor infiltration systems can be tested to be certain they stop the pollutants and particulates from entering the air circulation system. An inspector can check the heating and cooling systems in the home to make sure the air that people live in is healthy and contaminant free. Every homeowner should enjoy every aspect of environmental comfort. As the saying goes, air filters will clean out particles from the air that the lungs cannot clean out.

List of Pollutants
Filters work in different ways to capture the particulates. The list of vapors, gases and contaminants in the air include pollen, mold spores, house dust mite allergens, bacteria, cat allergies, viruses, atmospheric dust and smoke. Some light particulate matter will stay airborne for long periods, making it easy to inhale, while heavier particulate matter will collect in a corner and become airborne whenever a passing draft disturbs it.

Russett Southwest
Tucson air conditioning company Russett Southwest’s indoor filtration systems offer relief from these airborne pollutants and particulates. Their heating and cooling systems are one of the first designed to promote healthy living. An indoor environmental professional guides the process of designing, installing and testing the systems. Homes designed and installed by Russett Southwest comply with industry standards of air exchange methods that are found in every system.