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Air Filtration

When we think about pollutants and atmospheric elements, we typically think of the outdoors.

Indoor air quality is just as important (maybe even more important!) to our everyday life. We typically spend more time indoors than we do outside—we eat, sleep, relax and socialize in our homes. iiirth has multiple solutions to protect and improve your home’s air quality.

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Replacing your air filter more frequently can be very helpful.

Using a vacuum with a HEPA filter and mopping often can help too. Many people use an air purifier—especially when there is a smoker in the house or when they use a fireplace.

Keeping a healthy level of humidity (30-50%) in your home is also important. You can add a humidifier to your heating system for the winter and use a dehumidifier for the steamier summer months if necessary.

How Does Poor Air Quality

Affect Us Indoors?
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Poor air quality—even indoors—can affect your overall health. Every time you open a door or window, pollutants outside come in. Add those pollutants to indoor impurities, toxins, and chemicals, and you can have some serious breathing and other health issues.

Many older homes have asbestos, which, if disturbed, can be a huge breathing risk. Asbestos must be professionally removed. Homes may have carbon monoxide from appliances that burn fuels, such as gas stoves, fireplaces or gas clothes dryers, or even from tobacco smoke. Pressed wood products give off formaldehyde. If you protect your home from insects and bugs, you probably have pesticides in your air. Certain cleaning products introduce particles into the air. Even the dust in your home can contain lead particles.

We build our homes more airtight these days to keep outdoor pollutants out. Unfortunately, we also seal in indoor pollutants. That is why indoor air quality should be a high priority in your home. For people who suffer with ailments of the heart or lungs like COPD, asthma, emphysema or temporary illnesses like bronchitis or pneumonia, indoor pollutants can be troublesome. Asthma and allergy sufferers often see improvement when a first-rate air filtration system is used and maintained.


Breathing higher quality indoor air can improve your health...

…and iiirth can help with that! Air filters are the backbone of your home’s air quality. It is important to have your air filters changed frequently. If you are unsure how or when to do that, give iiirth a call. We can change filters for you and show you how to do it.

With so many options out there, choosing your air filtration system can be confusing if you’re unfamiliar with the task. Put simply, it’s all about ratings.

The MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) rating system is what HVAC installers use to help you find the best system. Residential home MERVs run from 1-16; the higher the number, the more contaminants that are removed from the air. It is important to use a high MERV filter, like a disposable pleated filter.

iiirth Has a System


Having healthy air quality is vital to your family’s well-being—especially if anyone in your home has lung or heart-related issues. Using a system of filtration, humidity control, air purifiers, radon and carbon monoxide detectors, iiirth will ensure that you have the best air quality available in the industry. Our expertise can you help be worry-free and to simply enjoy your time at home. Contact us today to find out more.

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