The right accessories can resolve indoor air quality concerns for your house in Fern Creek, Hurstbourne, Jeffersontown, Louisville, Lyndon, Middletown, Mount Washington, St. Matthews, KY, and the surrounding areas. Work with KLM Heating & Cooling to select an air cleaner, humidifier or ventilator that fits your home’s unique needs.
Common Indoor Air Quality Issues
Air quality affects your health in many ways. Until recently, it was difficult to remove particulates and chemicals without investing in complex industrial equipment. Fortunately, as people have become increasingly aware of the health risks associated with indoor pollution, manufacturers have responded by developing products that address the most common air quality concerns. Today, homeowners have access to a wide selection of specialized accessories that control the following contaminants.
- Allergens and other particulates
- Volatile organic compounds
- Biological growth including bacteria
Air Cleaners for Particulate Control and Allergy Relief
From pollen and dust to pet dander and germs, particulates come in all shapes and sizes. If you’re concerned about allergens or want to cut down on dust and airborne pollution, an indoor air cleaner can help. These specially designed filtration systems remove dust, smoke, and other particles as small as one-tenth of a micron.
Some can even disable viruses and germs that cause seasonal illnesses like strep throat and the flu. An indoor air purifier could also help allergy suffers and individuals who are sensitive to poor air quality.
Air Humidifiers for Year-Round Comfort
Humidity affects your comfort and your indoor air quality. If your home is too dry during the heating season, an air humidifier can add more than 12 gallons of water vapor every day to protect your furnishings and soothe dry or irritated airways.
We can also suggest whole-home dehumidifiers that remove excess moisture. These systems prevent condensation, stickiness, and clamminess as well as problems with organic growth and dust mites. Our goal is to install products that help you maintain comfortable, balanced humidity levels all year.
Ventilators for Healthier Indoor Air
Carbon dioxide and volatile organic compounds can build up indoors, especially if your home is well-insulated and tightly sealed. As pollution levels rise, you may experience headaches, drowsiness, nausea, or eye irritation.
All of these symptoms can be controlled with a mechanical ventilator that exchanges indoor and outdoor air while maintaining stable temperatures and removing excess humidity. If you’re interested in increasing your home’s airflow while also reducing pollutants, an energy-recovery ventilator could be the ideal solution.
Professional Indoor Air Quality Solutions
To schedule a consultation, call KLM Heating & Cooling today. There’s no charge, and there’s no obligation. We’re committed to recommending the best indoor air quality products for your needs.
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