Tips For Maintaining Your IAQ This Summer

REME HALO air purifier

Install a REME HALO

The most effective way to care for your home’s air quality is with the installation of a REME HALO! The REME HALO is a state-of-the-art air purification system. It gets mounted in your air ducts and combines seven different types of purification technology to make sure that your air is cleaned and purified before it’s circulated throughout your home.

It has no impact on the efficiency and airflow of your system and removes microbes, bacteria, and viruses, as well as larger debris at an unbeatable rate.

Utilize Natural Ventilation

In the middle of the hot summer, it’s tempting to keep your windows and curtains sealed shut all season long to keep the suns rays and the warm wind from entering your home. However, if you choose to do this, it will have a detrimental impact on your home’s indoor air quality.

Natural ventilation is an important way of allowing fresh air to circulate throughout your home while stale, polluted air is pushed back outside. To get that fresh air while keeping the heat out, we recommend opening the windows in the early morning and late evening!

Replace Your Air Filters

Regularly swapping out air filters is one of the easiest ways to care for your home’s indoor air quality. The general rule of thumb is you should not go more than 90 days without new air filters; however, some homes should swap them more regularly. For example, if you have kids, pets, smokers, or anyone with respiratory sensitivities, then you should swap the filters every 30 days.

If you have questions about the current state of your home’s air quality and want to learn more, or if you’re interested in purchasing and installing a new REME HALO air filtration system, then contact our team of air quality experts today! Visit our website to learn more about our services and call this number (205) 509-2139 to speak directly to a representative!

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