EPA Recommendations For Indoor Air Quality

It’s official. The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers) both have issued their recommendations for COVID 19. The most effective way to improve your indoor air is to remove the problem. You can do that with HEPA Filters, ultraviolet lights or other MERV 13 or above filters.

In addition, you should have proper airflow throughout the house. That means your ducts need to be unobstructed and clean. Your ducts should have been constructed with plenty of vents and returns to flush the air out of every room on a regular basis.

We want to keep you safe. We are all excited about the possibilities that the vaccine can protect us, but we need to protect ourselves first. Call us if you want an expert to tell you how you can eliminate pollutants, viruses and allergens from your air.

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