Good Myrtle Beach indoor air quality is crucial to your health, especially if anyone in your household suffers from allergies or asthma. Symptoms can be worsened by something as simple as dust or pollen in your home. In fact, poor Myrtle Beach indoor air quality can be a significant trigger for allergy and asthma symptoms. For this reason alone, it’s important for anyone who has a family member with such symptoms to consider an indoor air quality system to filter and remove such allergens from the indoor air.
Improving Myrtle Beach Indoor Air Quality House-wide
Portable indoor air quality systems are designed for use in a single room or living area, so they don’t have the capacity to treat the air throughout your entire home. The most effective options are whole-home systems that attach to your furnace or air handler, where contaminants from every room are filtered and moisture is added or removed before air is recirculated into your home.
Many air purifiers and cleaners available through retail outlets are designed to filter the air in a single room, and sometimes they impact only a portion of the room. Another drawback of some portable solutions is that they can produce ozone, a known lung irritant. Whole-home systems effectively remove airborne particles in every room, and they require very little maintenance.
Brown & Reaves Services is trained and equipped to inspect your home’s ventilation and air intake sources. The best possible level of ventilation must be established for your home in order to optimize air quality. We’ll evaluate your home and make recommendations to modify your existing system, if necessary, to achieve optimal air flow. We’ll also check possible air pollutants within your home, such as your heating system or stoves, and make adjustment so they’re operating at a safe level. We can recommend and install an air filtration system in your home to eliminate pollutants and allergens, making sure your Myrtle Beach indoor air quality is the best it can possibly be.
Call Brown & Reaves Services today for a thorough analysis of your Myrtle Beach indoor air quality. 843-497-9867. Or fill out our short form and one of our trained technicians will get back to you shortly.