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Top Three Ways to Breathe Easier

Anyone with allergies or asthma can attest to the discomfort and desperation that comes from bad indoor air quality.  Sneezing, stuffy noses and itchy eyes are only the beginning – those with severe respiratory issues have difficulties breathing – which can be scary, especially for kids and elderly.

Here are three things that can be done to breathe cleaner air:

  1. Air Duct Cleaning

Air duct cleaning takes roughly 3 hours and should be done only by a NADA Certified professional, like our BluFlame experts.  The process itself includes removing dust, dirt, allergens from inside your air duct system using professional grade truck mounted equipment.  If not properly removed, the pollen, dust, and even mold builds up inside your air duct system – so when you turn your AC or furnace on, the spores are released into the air for you to inhale.  People who have allergies, asthma or other respiratory issues are particularly sensitive to certain spores and can react negatively.

  1. Changing or upgrading your Air Filter

Your air filter is the HVAC system’s screening mechanism used to reduce airborne contaminants before they reenter your breathing space.  A MERV rating indicates how much contaminants the filter will trap – the higher the MERV rating, the more contaminants it will catch.  There is a variety of filters available, depending on your homes equipment, however for those that suffer from breathing issues like asthma or allergies – or just want a general improvement in the quality of indoor air they breathe – upgrading your HVAC systems air filter to a HEPA or Allergen filter is a great start. HEPA stands for high-efficiency particulate air. A HEPA filter forces air through a fine mesh that traps harmful particles such as dust mites, pollen, pet dander, and tobacco smoke.

  1. Air Purifier

Today’s buildings are sealed so tightly to keep them energy efficient and comfortable, that they leave no escape route for polluted indoor air that comes from pets, cooking fumes, cleaning vapors, dust, mold, etc.  Shopping for a home air purifier can be confusing and overwhelming as different air purifier filters target different types of air pollution dependent on the type of filtration technology used. Many modern air purifiers combine two or more filter types in the same unit.

Air purifiers that use an Antibacterial and Germicidal Filter is the preferred air purifier for people who suffer from mold allergies, or who get sick often because it kills the viruses and bacteria that cause colds and flu. Air purifiers with UV filters are commonly used to sterilize environments like hospitals, daycares, kitchens and labs.

Contact BluFlame to make sure the air in your home is clean and comfortable, allowing you to breathe easier.

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