Breathe Easy All Summer Long

When the heat of summer really kicks into gear, it can have a profound impact on your home comfort – including your indoor air quality. Taking advantage of a top-of-the-line air purifier can go a long way toward improving your overall quality of life, particularly when the heat has you running the AC system around the clock!

Air purifiers help in many ways, including:

Improved HVAC Performance & Efficiency

Just as a sparkling clean engine in a car will run much more efficiently and reliably, an HVAC system that is not clogged with dust and grime will also see a significant improvement. An air purifier can help to trap debris in the air, not only keeping it out of your lungs, but keeping it off of your home comfort system. This is especially important during the summer, when your AC system is constantly cycling air through your home. Keeping the air clean can help lessen strain or imbalance in your system, ultimately leading to minimized wear and tear and an increased lifespan.

Improved Indoor Air Quality

The EPA has suggested that the air quality indoors could be as much as five times worse as that of the air outdoors, on average. During a time when so much of our days are spent indoors, having access to clean, fresh air is more important than ever. Getting a reliable air purifier means removing mold, dust, pollen, dander, dust mites, and other unwanted contaminants from your air supply. This can be a particular relief for young children, the elderly, and anyone with chronic respiratory illnesses.

Ease of Use

Here at Quality Home Services, our products boast state-of-the-art technology to keep your air clean. The best part is, they could not be easier to set up or use! Our HealthWay Deluxe has an award-winning filtration system that can improve your air by 90% in as little as 30 minutes.

Find out more about how our team can help you by calling us at (800) 985-8103 today!

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