Keeping the air in your Stuttgart, Arkansas, home clean doesn’t have to be a struggle. Contaminants like gases, dust, debris, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and fungi can easily invade our indoor space. Sources include carpets, furniture, cosmetics, household cleaners, and air from your HVAC system. Some indoor contaminants are unavoidable, but you can minimize their impact and protect your indoor air and household.
Clean Carpets and Upholstery
Germs, dirt, dust mites, and debris remain trapped deep within carpet and upholstery fibers after normal household cleaning. However, regular service by technicians with high-powered equipment and professional cleaning solutions is the best way to tackle embedded pollutants. It’s a good idea to invest in this occasional deep cleaning. This service is even more essential if anyone in your home suffers from respiratory problems.
Purify With Indoor Plants
Indoor plants beautify your home and help to keep the air clean. Snake and spider plants, garden mums, peace lilies, and ferns are beautiful, low-maintenance indoor options. Plants are an inexpensive way to purify your indoor air and are ideal for just about every room. The experts at your local home improvement store will help you to find the best options based on your needs.
Maintain Your HVAC System
Regular HVAC maintenance is vital for keeping your indoor air clean. Our seasonal tuneups and extended service agreements are easy and affordable ways for you to protect your system. They’re also a cost-effective way to optimize your air quality. Change your air filters every one to three months. Dirty filters can’t remove impurities and will contribute to indoor air quality (IAQ) problems. Duct cleaning goes a long way toward removing dust, bacteria, and other contaminants that build up in the ductwork.
Maintaining optimum indoor air quality helps to keep you healthy. At Pine Bluff Heating & Air, our products and services make a noticeable difference and help you to maintain fresh air. Our experienced service techs have the training to identify and remove various indoor pollutants. We’re happy to provide a consultation or more information about improving your indoor air quality. Give us a call today at 870-275-4006. We have the right solutions for your home or business.
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