Poor indoor air quality can be to blame if you or your family suffers from allergies, chronic congestion, fatigue, nausea, restless sleep, or other air-related health problems.
Did you know that the air inside your home can be 4-5 times more toxic than the most polluted air outside? This can be concerning, particularly for those with allergies, asthma, or other respiratory issues.
Call Blue Diamond Heating and Air today at (619) 514-2114 for a free consultation to see how we can improve your Indoor Air Quality.
Since we spend up to 90% of our time indoors, the quality of our indoor air has a significant effect on our health. If you can't regulate the air quality outside, you should at least be able to control the air quality inside your house!
Blue Diamond Indoor Air Quality Specialists have solutions to ensure that you and your family are breathing clean air inside your home. After all, your home is your safe haven, and your family should feel safe and secure there.
The EPA calculates a daily Air Quality Index (AQI) by analyzing levels of the five major air pollutants and assigning a number between 0 and 500. The higher the AQI value, the more polluted the air is, and therefore the greater the health risk.
These common issues can drastically lower the quality of life, but our experts can help you restore your home's air quality. Call Blue Diamond Heating and Air today at (619) 514-2114 for a free consultation to see how we can improve your Indoor Air Quality in San Diego.
Our indoor air quality experts in San Diego are ready to assist you in combating low indoor air quality. When you contact our IAQ installation team, we will conduct a comprehensive assessment of your home to decide your precise air quality requirements. For your home, we might be able to provide high-efficiency air filters and air purification systems, in addition to UV lights. UV Lights are one of the newest, most effective ways to treat poor IAQ.
UV light has germicidal qualities. Also referred to as sanitizing lights and purifying lights, this solution destroys germs, bacteria and mold. It’s also a deterrent, keeping them from coming back.
It can be added to many comfort systems, and are very practical in preventing the movement of indoor pollutants in your residence.
This purification process keeps the your home and indoor air healthier. Working in tandem with a quality MERV rated filter, this system will reduce the chance these substances will enter your house’s ductwork.
Homeowners who are seeking to enhance their indoor air quality are always looking for effective solutions for their HVAC systems. You might have heard using ultraviolet (UV) light is a good, efficient way to fight airborne germs, bacteria and mold.
UV lights are a solution you can add to new or pre-existing heating and cooling systems. They are a strong resource in your search for healthier, cleaner air in your home or business. Let’s go over this germ-fighting equipment.
For starters hospitals have been cleaning with UV light as an extra layer of cleansing for years, this has been backed by research by the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America.
Keeping bacteria, mold and germs out of your air has a lot of health benefits , even if they aren’t as noticeable.
This is even more important if you are someone who suffers from allergies, asthma or other illnesses that might cause difficulty breathing.
Adding UV lights has upfront costs and regular service. But it gives better quality air as well as many health benefits, particularly for those with allergies or asthma.
A common complete installation, including the labor and the desired system, ranges from $600 to $1,800. Your expense may vary based on where you own your home and the model of comfort equipment you have.
Because this equipment is put into your existing heating and cooling equipment, it’s important that you use a licensed expert, like Blue Diamond Heating and Air.
The UV bulbs will also need replaced eventually. Replacing the bulbs is typically $130-$300.
However, the total price tag is related to the equipment and the amount of bulbs to replace. But overall these units are very economical because they treat your entire home.
Most leading brands sell HVAC UV air purifiers. The bulbs run anywhere from 9 to 14 months. To keep your heating and air equipment at its peak, make sure you’re replacing these lights around that date.
This is also a great time for your routine air handler or furnace maintenance. Blue Diamond Heating and Air technicians can perform a checkup that will keep your system in excellent health for years to come.
Want to learn more about IAQ and UV lights, or do you want to schedule an appointment? Call Blue Diamond Heating and Air today at (619) 514-2114 for a free consultation to see how we can improve your Indoor Air Quality through highly-specialized HVAC equipment.