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Now Is A Great Time to Install an Indoor Air Cleaner

Now Is A Great Time to Install an Indoor Air Cleaner

Chances are, you’ve been spending a lot of time indoors lately. As people across the United States continue to deal with the ongoing threat of the Coronavirus pandemic, many Americans are still working from home. In addition to doing everything you can to look out for the safety of yourself and your family, this reality has made it more important than ever to maintain household comfort. That’s why now is a great time to install an indoor air cleaner. Read on to learn more, and make sure to contact our indoor air quality experts at Golden Rule Plumbing, Heating & Cooling for all the air quality products and services you need.

Top Reasons to Install an Indoor Air Cleaner Right Now

Let’s get one thing straight right off the bat: the average air cleaner or purifier will not protect you from the Coronavirus. To eliminate the virus that causes COVID-19 from your air supply, you would need an industrial-sized, hospital-grade air filter, and even that wouldn’t be guaranteed to do the trick. However, installing a residential air cleaner can help your home get rid of other potentially dangerous components, while improving conditions and strengthening comfort for everyone in your household.

By purchasing an indoor air filter, you may be able to:

  • Reduce pollutants, contaminants, and VOCs: Today's advanced air cleaners can not only cut down on common household pollutants such as dust, pollen, and pet dander, but may help you get rid of some biological contaminants and foul-smelling volatile organic compounds (or VOCs) as well. An air cleaner may help you reduce the presence of mold, germs, bacteria, and even some viruses on your property. Furthermore, an air cleaner be able to help eliminate VOCs including smoke, paint fumes, natural gas, and more
  • Help those with allergies or breathing problems: An indoor air cleaning device is a great way to reduce health effects for those in your household with allergies, asthma, or other respiratory conditions. While there are no guarantees when it comes to indoor air quality products, it’s been shown that air cleaning systems may help with symptoms including coughing, sneezing, itchiness, and watery eyes, to more severe issues like headaches and nausea.
  • Increase overall health and wellness: While an air cleaner may be particularly beneficial for those on your property with conditions like asthma, the truth is that a cutting-edge air cleaner can actually help everyone in your household feel better and breathe easier. The EPA has found that indoor air pollution may be an even bigger risk to peoples’ health than pollution outdoors, and with a range of air quality threats in your home you may not even know about, there’s no bad reason to purchase an air purifier. Moreover, in the crazy times we live in, where so many people are stuck in their homes and it is increasingly important to do everything we can to reduce illness and strengthen our immune systems, now is an especially great time to install a residential air cleaner.

Golden Rule Cares About Your Comfort & Safety

Golden Rule Plumbing Heating & Cooling is proud to offer multiple types of air cleaners to suit your property’s individual needs. Whether you are looking for a high-efficiency air filter to trap particulates as they pass through the HVAC system, or an air purifier that collects particles using an electric charge, our indoor air quality pros have got you covered.

We want to reassure you that even in the midst of the current pandemic, we are open for business as usual. Nothing is more important to us than the safety of our technicians and our customers, which is why we have updated our safety measures to follow the CDC recommendations, while still providing the essential services you deserve. Feel free to call us 24/7 for emergencies, and in the meantime, continue to practice social distancing and staying home as much as possible. If we are all responsible, sooner or later, things will go back to normal.

Call (515) 305-2955 anytime to request an appointment, or send us a message online.

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