• Air Quality - Air Purifiers and Humidifiers

  • According to recent studies, indoor air is approximated to be up to seven times more contaminated than outdoor air. This is because contaminants like chemicals, bacteria, dust, pollen and pet dander can easily get into one's home heating and cooling systems hence reducing the quality of air in one's home. However, through proper air filtration, these contaminants can be easily removed hence leading to improved air quality, especially in a high pollution city like Chicago.

     

    HUMIDIFIERS:

    What makes humidifiers for Chicago so important is that other than they being able to increase the moisture content / humidity in your home, they also help in keeping one's nasal passages lubricated especially when under the weather. In addition to this, humidifiers helps in relieving sinusitis, alleviating snoring, preventing nose bleeds and also supporting beautiful and healthy skin.

     

    AIR PURIFIERS:

    The main purpose for air purifiers for Chicago is to clean up the air so that it's left clean and fresh. As such, air purifiers are most ideal for people who smoke. In this regard, the best air purifiers to adopt are ones that have a HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filter and a carbon filter. This is because these kinds of purifiers are more capable of eliminating up to 0.3 sized micro-particles.

     

    ULTRA VIOLET LIGHT FILTRATION:

    The ultra violet filtration systems are primarily designed to help destroy up to 99.99% of harmful micro-organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, mold and yeast present in air. The key advantages of these systems are that air quality is improved and, no one gets exposed to harmful airborne pollutants. This system is highly regarded for it reliable, quick and most importantly, effective.

     

    DEHUMIDIFIERS:

    A dehumidifier plays a major role in improving the overall quality of air in a home. Since they help in taking out excess moisture from air, they help in inhibiting the formation of mold and fungus, preventing humid-related damage to the furniture, floors, walls and other household items, keeping the population of dust mites under control and, preventing the occurrence of other health related problems such as asthma, skin problems and allergies.