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Grapevine Indoor Air Quality

Improving Your Home Comfort With High-Quality Products

Are you looking for an indoor air quality solution for your home? Choose the best. At Coventry & Gattis Air Conditioning, Inc., we offer industry-leading products and services to ensure your space is as comfortable as possible. Trust our expert team for reliable work in Grapevine and surrounding areas.

Tips to Improve Your Home’s Air Quality

With more and more people spending time indoors, homeowners are looking for ways to improve the cleanliness and safety of their space. Maybe this looks like cleaning your counters or vacuuming more often, but you might be surprised to learn that the air moving throughout your home can not only affect the cleanliness of your space, but also your health! According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) indoor air can be 2-5 times more polluted than the air outdoors, as pollutants are not as thoroughly ventilated. This means you could potentially be breathing in debris and even airborne contaminants like bacteria and even viruses.

Types of contaminants in your air can include:

  • Dirt, dust, and debris
  • Pollen, pet dander, and other allergens
  • Mold and mildew
  • Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from chemicals like paint stripper or household cleaners
  • Bacteria like E. coli
  • Viruses
  • Smoke

Exposure to these pollutants over time can cause or contribute to an increase in allergy symptoms, cause headaches and dizziness, increase respiratory illness and infection, and even lead to more serious side effects like a greater risk of lung cancer. The idea that some or all of these contaminants are in your home might be alarming, but there are some simple things you can do today that will boost the quality of your indoor air:

  1. Increase your ventilation: An easy—and free—way to combat poor indoor air quality is increasing your home’s ventilation. Open a window or two and turn on a ceiling fan on a consistent basis. While this might seem “too simple” the CDC is even on board, listing increased ventilation as a way to combat the spread of the recent Coronavirus outbreak.
  2. Maintain your HVAC systems: Proper care of your HVAC systems includes cleaning filters and checking for any lodged debris. Cleaning your system and replacing your filters when needed ensures contaminants aren’t being pushed through your home via your heater, AC, or ductwork.
  3. Invest in an air purifier: A whole home air purifier installed by skilled professionals can do wonders for your indoor air. Newer models can not only clean your air—reducing your exposure to bacteria and viruses, but also are quiet, come with stellar warranties, and require little maintenance.
  4. Monitor your humidity levels: High humidity is an invitation for pollutants like mold to grow. Keeping your space withing the 30-50% humidity level recommended by the EPA can be as easy as increasing ventilation and installing a humidifier/dehumidifier.
  5. Clean your carpets and rugs: Carpets and rugs can trap contaminants, leading to buildup, and releasing these pollutants back into the air anytime someone steps on them. Cleaning these areas once a week is a way of avoiding that buildup.

Have questions about your indoor air quality needs? Contact us at (817) 854-4003 today.

REME HALO LED® Whole Home In-Duct Air Purifier

This whole home solution is installed inside your air ducts, effectively cleaning your air of bacteria, viruses, and other concerns.

Benefits of choosing the REME HALO LED® include:

  • New REME-LED™ technology utilizing RGF’s patented PHI and REME® technologies providing superior indoor air purification

  • New hybrid hydrophilic catalyst incorporating the industry’s first washable ceramic catalyst

  • Mercury and ozone free

  • Includes automatic self-cleaning ionizers with carbon fiber brushes to reduce particulates

  • Seven-year limited warranty

  • Unlimited cycling capability designed to turn on/off with the HVAC system

  • 24 VAC/DC input

  • Long-life replaceable LED cell module

  • Industry’s first washable catalyst

  • Reduces airborne and surface viruses, bacteria, and mold

  • Reduction of smoke, odors, VOCs, allergens, dust, and particulate

To learn more about the REME HALO LED system, watch the video below.

REME HALO In-Duct Air Purifier

Unlike traditional, passive air purifying systems, the REME HALO® air purifier does not require pollutants to pass through the unit to effectively eliminate them. Using RGF’s proprietary Reflective Electro Magnetic Energy technology, the unit actively purifies your home’s air at the source.

Choose the REME HALO® system because:

  • It has dual ionizers to reduce airborne particles

  • REME® reduces sneeze germs by 99% in the time a sneeze can reach three feet

  • New zinc ions kill 99% of viruses on surfaces

  • Unlike portable units that are limited to the room in which they are placed, the REME HALO® provides whole home and building purification

  • It is easily integrated with your existing HVAC system

  • The unit doesn’t take away living space and operates silently

Watch the video below for more information about this air purifying system.

At Coventry & Gattis Air Conditioning, Inc., we are committed to your comfort. To learn more about the indoor air quality services we provide, contact us at (817) 854-4003.

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