Your HVAC Needs Spring Cleaning, Too

Leave Winter in the Dust with These Indoor Air Quality Improvements

It’s almost spring here in Roanoke. That means it’s almost time for a classic spring cleaning with open windows and plenty of fresh air blowing through your home.

But while you’re cleaning, don’t forget that your HVAC system needs tidying up, too. Before temperatures get too high for open windows, make sure the air you breathe all summer long is as clean as it can be. If you or a family member suffers from allergies or asthma, this is especially important as pollen season is almost upon us, too.

Clear the Air

Here are some ways the air quality experts at Southern Trust Home Services can help get your HVAC fresh and clean again.

  • Duct cleaning. You might be shocked to learn what your home’s air ducts look like on the inside. Over time, pollutants like dust, pollen and animal dander build up inside them, lowering both the indoor air quality and your HVAC’s energy efficiency. An HVAC service expert can safely clean your ducts without spreading those pollutants throughout your home.
  • Try a HEPA filter. You might think that a store-bought return filter is enough, but if you want to get serious about allergens, or if someone you love has allergies or asthma, it might be time to take your air quality up a notch. We can install a high-energy particulate (HEPA) filter to remove almost 100 percent of airborne particles from your home, including dust mites and their excretions, dust, mold, pollen and animal dander.
  • UV lamps. Germs and bacteria can also inhabit your HVAC system and lower your indoor air quality. We can install a highly specialized germicidal ultraviolet lamp that will kill these gremlins and sterilize your indoor air.
  • Air purification system. Make your home an oasis of excellent air quality with an air purification system. We can fit a state-of-the-art system to your existing HVAC and get you the best indoor air quality possible.

Get Some Help

Now is a great time to explore these options to improve indoor air quality. Act now, before pollen season is in full swing. Contact us at Southern Trust Home Services to find out more.

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