Air Pollutants: We can Help Most people notice when the air outside isn’t as fresh as usual, so why would you not pay attention to the same thing in your home? Indoor air pollutants can have influence on on your health, quality of indoor air and the efficiency of your heating and cooling system. Many homeowners may not realize that air pollutants can be a serious issue. The good news is that you have more control over your indoor air quality and it’s easier than you think. At Knochelmann Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning, we’re here to help. What are some of the air pollutants that can exist in your home? Particulates – These small floaters that range in size from a few molecules wide to the width of a human hair are egregious destroyers of home health. Don’t let their small size convince you otherwise. Recommended actions: Let Knochelmann Service Experts in Sharonville install an electronic air cleaner with at least a MERV-13 rated HEPA filter, while you mix up a cocktail. Gases – From mortal enemy carbon monoxide, to kitchen/fireplace staple natural gas, to silent, radioactive uranium/dinosaur-leftover radon, our homes may be filled with health-threatening gases that require being handled with care, mitigated or avoided altogether. Recommended actions: Install carbon monoxide and natural gas detectors and test for radon. Call Knochelmann Service Experts, and we’ll install an appropriate ventilation system. Biological Contaminants – Pollen, dander, microbes, viruses, bacteria, fungi, and other germs are like tiny zombies floating around your home. Eliminate one and 1,000 more rise from the ashes. Recommended actions: Let Knochelmann Service Experts install or upgrade a high efficiency Air Purification System or HEPA filtration system. Get the allergy relief you need in your home now – don’t keep on living with these contaminants! Call Knochelmann Service Experts in Sharonville at 513-273-5771. We offer quality equipment choices, in-depth knowledge and expert service—for all makes and models, 24 hours a day.