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Most of us think we’ve escaped air pollution when we venture indoors. The truth is that indoor environments are often more polluted than the great outdoors. Happily, there are steps you can take to keep your indoor air healthy. Read on to learn about three proven strategies for reducing the level of indoor air pollution in your Tampa, Florida home.

Control the Source

From dust mites and mold to volatile organic chemicals (VOCs), there are many sources of poor indoor air quality. Allergens like pollen and animal dander get carried indoors on your hair and clothing. Pollutants in solvents like cleaning products can remain in the air long after you use them. Without regular Air Conditioning and Heating maintenance, a fuel-burning furnace can release dangerous gases into the air. Our air quality specialists can help you identify and control sources of indoor pollution.

Ventilate the Space

Introducing fresh air into your environment helps improve indoor air quality. That’s not always possible when sweltering heat or cold weather prohibits opening the windows. As a Comfort Specialist, we offer a variety of solutions. Our inline ventilation system works with your central air system to bring in outdoor air and exhaust stale air. If you prefer a stand-alone unit, an energy-recovery ventilator offers an efficient alternative. These innovative products use energy captured from outgoing air to pre-filter incoming air.

Clean the Air

From UV lights that kill biological particulates and bacteria to whole-house air filters, Air Bros Air Conditioning & Heating offers an array of air-cleaning products. Our CleanEffects is a superior option. This whole-home air purifier is up to 100 times more effective than the standard filter that comes with most Air Conditioning and Heating systems. Installed in your Air Conditioning and Heating system ductwork, it captures up to 99.98 percent of airborne particles.

Discover the difference that clean indoor air can make to your health and well-being. For more information, browse our indoor air quality section or call 813-758-4044 today!

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