Your home’s indoor air quality is important. Indoor pollution can not only cause health issues, but poor indoor air quality can negatively impact those with allergies and asthma as well. The highly experienced HVAC Contractors of Vanport Mechanical can help.
Electronic air cleaners use electrostatic precipitators and ionizers to trap contaminants in the air similar to a magnetic like attraction. Learn more!
UV light systems don’t simply filter out particulates, they destroy them. UV-C lights use ultraviolet radiation to kill germs, viruses, bacteria, and mold spores. Learn more!
Keep your furnace filters clean regularly, install a whole home air cleaner such as the iWave, or an electronic air cleaner.
Air filters are designed to filter contaminants from the air that passes through them. Filers reduce particulates in the air that cycles through your home & office space including viruses.
To help get rid of smoke in your house, keep windows & doors closed, don’t operate kitchen or bath fans as they bring in outdoor air. Use your HVAC system to filter the air inside of our home, install a higher efficiency furnace filter, or air cleaning device.
Have you wondered how often you should change your air filter? We’ve got answers! Check out our video to learn more.
Allergens, scents, chemicals, and outdoor air pollution can all contribute to unhealthy indoor air. To help improve the indoor air quality in your home, you can use a high-quality air cleaner or have air filters installed in your HVAC system. These methods will help ensure your indoor air quality is healthy.
Proper air filtration is important. If you need quality air filtration systems in your home, contact Vanport Mechanical of Vancouver WA. We’ll help you find an air filtration system that fits your needs and your budget, so you and your family can breathe the clean air you desire. We service the Vancouver WA area 24-hours a day.
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