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Keeping Your Home Healthy In Natick, Plainville, Dartmouth, Marshfield, Scituate, South Boston, Middleboro and all surrounding areas

In recent years, there have been many studies conducted on the quality of air inside our homes. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has found that indoor air has become much more polluted than outdoor air. This has led to a higher rate of respiratory illnesses and infections. Many people suffer from discomfort and sicknesses due to the build-up of pollutants in the air, such as bacteria, pollen, dust mites, mold, pet dander, spores, viruses and other allergens. The central air conditioning system in your home continuously circulates these pollutants throughout the house, but there are ways to combat the poor indoor air quality.

Improving Indoor Air Quality

The best way to minimize these airborne pollutants is to install whole home air cleaners or UV light air cleaners that are incorporated into your HVAC system. We believe these products are essential in homes with young children and pets.

Another way to improve the indoor air quality of your home is by scheduling regular duct cleaning service. During this routine service, our technicians will remove built-up dust, debris, and other items from your air ducts.

We can also install carbon monoxide detectors, which will alert you when monoxide levels threaten your home. Our technicians would be happy to explain the benefits and differences between each system, helping you to select the best option for your home.

There are also ways to keep the indoor air quality more comfortable especially during the harsh winter months. When the furnace or boiler is running every day during the winter, although your home stays warm, the air can also be very dry. Dry air leads to itchy, scratchy throats and possibly respiratory illnesses if the proper humidity levels are not maintained. A whole house humidifier is attached directly to your HVAC system and is much more reliable than a portable humidifier since it increases the comfort levels throughout the entire house.

With the help of ARS of Boston, you can eliminate these unwanted indoor pollutants from your home. We are committed to helping local residents keep their indoor air quality cleaner for family members of all ages. Our technicians are passionate about improving the indoor air quality in Massachusetts homes.

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