Yes. Even residents of the great state of Colorado need to be concerned about air quality inside their homes. Here is a list of just some of the invisible dangers that may be floating in the air of your home:
For most healthy people, these microscopic particles in the air have little noticeable effect. However, small children and those with existing respiratory difficulties often find that even limited exposure to these types of air pollutants can adversely affect their health. Changing your furnace filters regularly will help, but standard air filters are not designed to catch particles this small. There are a variety of solutions that can do a much better job at providing healthy air in your home.
Air cleaners and furnace filters can be difficult to compare because there are many different types of efficiency ratings: MERV, HEPA, MPR, FPR. The air quality experts at Vectra Mechanical Residential and Commercial HVAC can help you find the solution that best meets your needs and your budget.