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Purify the Air You Breathe with Indoor Air Quality Measures by Groff’s

Did you know that the air inside your home could be five times more polluted than the air outside? In fact, most homes contain elevated levels of dust, dirt, chemicals, mold, and mildew. Left untreated, poor indoor air quality can cause allergic reactions that include eye and throat irritation, sneezing, headaches, and coughing. If you or your family suffers from any of these symptoms—or you’d simply like to protect your good respiratory health, call the Groff’s Home Comfort Team.

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The Most Common Indoor Air Pollutants

If you have pollen allergies—or know someone who does—you know how miserable allergens can make a person feel. Some of the most common allergens and asthma triggers we find in homes include the following:

  • Pollen and Plant Spores
  • Dust
  • Viruses
  • Bacteria
  • Fungi
  • Pet Dander
  • Dust Mites
  • Human Skin Flakes
  • Cooking Smoke & Grease
  • Mildew
  • Mold
  • Cigarette Smoke
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We can test the air in your home for particles (dust, pet dander), chemical vapors (VOC), carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and humidity. Contact Groff’s to schedule an indoor air quality test.

Remedies for Poor Indoor Air Quality

There’s no need to live with poor indoor air quality. At Groff’s we have a wide selection of remedies, including air purifiers, ventilation systems, duct cleaning, filtration systems, fresh air intake systems, and more.

If your home is suffering from poor indoor air quality, we will give you all the information you need to help you choose the best remedy. Plus, we offer full-service installation and maintenance for a worry-free system you’ll appreciate for years to come.

Feel the Benefits of Good Indoor Air Quality

When your indoor air is clean and free from excess allergens and other respiratory irritants, you will:

  • Breathe Easier
  • Enjoy Better Health
  • Have a Cleaner Home with Less Dust, Dirt, and Odors
  • Experience Consistent Home Comfort in Every Season

Now is a terrific time to start controlling indoor air pollution with allergen control, humidity control, indoor air purification, odor control, dust control, VOC removal, indoor air circulation improvements, and other measures to handle indoor pollutants. Get in touch with us for air quality monitoring and suggestions for helping you breathe easier.

Here’s more information about some of our most popular indoor environmental control measures:

Remove Particles with an Upgraded Filter

A standard one-inch filter protects your equipment, but you can protect your health with an upgraded filter that has a higher MERV rating to remove smaller particles from the air. And bonus—they require fewer replacements. A MERV 16 filter can remove 95% of viruses and respirable dust and should be replaced yearly.

Remove Over 95% of Particles with the PureAir™ Air Purification System

The Pure Air Purification System removes more than 95% of particles, dander, pollen, bacteria, molds—and destroys odors and VOCs. It includes a MERV 16 filter, UVA lamp, and PureAir™ cartridge.

Eliminate Bacteria, Yeast, and Molds with a UV Germicidal Light

Powerful ultraviolet lights are used to control and kill contaminants like viruses, bacteria, yeast, and mold. Installed inside your HVAC duct system, these germicidal lights effectively reduce concentrations of airborne bioaerosols by 50%, in as little as 45 minutes, to improve the air in your entire home.

Remove or Add Moisture with a Dehumidifier or Humidifier

Humidifiers replenish the humidity in your air with safe water vapor. During colder months, they can minimize problems associated with dry air, including allergies, dry skin, sore throats, and respiratory problems. They can even help reduce the risk of wood warping and cracking.

Too much humidity in your home is never a good thing. It creates a haven for mold, mildew, dust mites, and bacteria. The Healthy Climate Whole-Home Dehumidifier can tame humidity for greater comfort and enhanced indoor air quality.

Remove Excess Dust, Dirt, and Pet Dander with Duct Cleaning Service

Accumulated dust in grills, returns, and ductwork can cause health concerns and shorten the life of your HVAC equipment. Duct cleaning is recommended when replacing your HVAC system, for older homes, or after a remodeling project. We can also clean dryer vents.