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Air Conditioning Comfort for Life

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What is Your Air Quality of Life?

Posted by Larry On April 30th

The air you breathe directly affects the quality of your life! It’s not always obvious, since we can’t see it with the naked eye.

 Indoor Air Quality
This is our fourth installment of
12 Tips to Consider Before Replacing Your Air Conditioning System
which can be downloaded from our free eBook library.

Do you or a family member suffer from allergies or asthma? Do you know that the air in your home can positively or negatively effect your health, thus the quality of your life?

UMI Residential Air Conditioning offers several indoor air quality solutions to help improve the “air quality” in your life:

  • Air Purifiers – this is a device which removes contaminants from the air. These devices are commonly marketed as being beneficial to allergy sufferers and asthmatics. Also great for reducing or eliminating odors or second-hand smoke.
  • High Efficiency Filtration Systems – These systems handle high-efficiency particulate absorption or HEPA. It is a type of air filter that meets the HEPA standard. These have many applications, including use in medical facilities, automobiles, aircrafts, as well as in homes. The filter must satisfy certain standards of efficiency, such as those set by the United States Department of Energy (DOE).
  • Duct Cleaning – This eliminates contaminants such as mold, fungi, bacteria, and very small particles of dust in your home or office. It should be considered an essential component in your overall plan to improve indoor air quality.
  • UV Light SystemsUV (ultraviolet) Light Systems use ultraviolet energy to deliver exceptionally high airborne disinfection rates.
  • Duct Replacement – Sometimes ducts develop leaks, or get so dirty that they need to be replaced.
  • Coiling Cleaning – Cleaning your air conditioner’s condenser coils regularly will let your air conditioner run cooler with less energy, it will also improve the air quality.
  • Ventilation Improvements – Many homes, especially new ones, aren’t designed with ventilation in mind. Instead, they are constructed as “tightly” as possible to prevent energy loss and to maximize efficiency. Although this has several advantages, it also has some drawbacks. Homes constructed in this manner often have poor air circulation and ventilation, which can affect your air quality. Talk to your air conditioning specialist to determine if you may need ventilation improvements.

Are you interested in learning more about the tips you should know before replacing your air conditioning system? Download our FREE eBook: 12 Tips to Consider Before Replacing Your Air Conditioning Systems. At UMI Residential Air Conditioning, our number one concern is your air conditioning, heating, 12 Tips to Consider AC ipadand air quality problems. We work with you to make your home comfortable, and guide you through the process if it’s time to replace your heating and cooling systems.

For more indoor air quality solutions, give us a call at (239) 939-2032 or contact us online.  We’ll also provide you with a free duct work inspection.

At UMI Residential Air Conditioning, we serve Southwest Florida including Fort Myers, Naples, Cape Coral, Bonita Springs, Lehigh Acres, and Lee & Collier Counties. Follow us on Twitter and LIKE us on Facebook!

-Larry

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