Improving Your Home’s Air Quality





Happy family spending fun time together at homeKeeping the air in your home as clean as possible is a top priority for you and your family. Pollutants such as dust, pollen, pet hair, fumes from cooking, and other particulates in the air can cause many issues. These can include headaches, worsening allergies, sinus congestion, dry throat and even nausea. There are several options to combat compromised air quality in your home and help your family breathe easier.

Install an iWave Air Cleaner

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Haldeman Mechanical offers installation of the innovative iWave, an air cleaning device that can be installed in the ductwork of any central-air system. When air passes over the iWave, the unit produces ions which reduce pathogens, allergens, particles, smoke, and odors in the air, creating a healthier environment within your home. Plus, the iWave cleans your air without producing any dangerous byproducts.

The iWave utilizes patented bi-polar ionization technology in which positive and negative ions break down pollutants and gases into harmless compounds. The technology also neutralizes viruses, bacteria, and mold by removing their energy source, hydrogen. And the iWave is easily installed and requires virtually no maintenance.

Use Portable Air Purifiers

Depending on the level of pollutants in your home, place one or more portable ionic purifiers in your most commonly used rooms to help capture irritants. Portable purifiers should be effective in removing pollutants that may be triggering your symptoms.

Maintain Your HVAC Air Filters

When operating either your heat or air conditioning, various particles are trapped in the unit’s filter, thereby improving air quality. If the filter is compromised with a buildup of debris, it becomes ineffective in filtering the air. Make sure you either clean or replace your filters every three months to ensure the best air quality.