RKM Heating and Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Purifier’

Ways to Start Improving Your Indoor Air Quality

Monday, February 25th, 2019

duct-cleaningFor many homeowners, the idea of “indoor air quality” might be new to them. It’s surprising to find out that your home’s indoor quality can be several times worse than the outdoors. But after learning that, what are you supposed to do now?

There are various approaches to improving indoor air quality. You don’t want to just try all of them without the help of a professional, however, as they might not all be necessary—it depends on your home’s needs. That being said, here are some methods that might work for you:

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How to Make the Most of Your Duct Cleaning

Monday, August 27th, 2018

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We won’t try to tell you that your AC’s air ducts are the most filthy and unclean things in the world, but let’s look at the facts. The average home is said to collect 40 lbs of dust yearly. Of course, we actively clean and dust our home as part of our weekly chores, or even when we have time to do it. But can you say the same for your air ducts? Just think of how much dust is collected in your ducts after a few years of neglect.

If it’s time for you to get a professional air duct cleaning, you can call up for a basic cleaning, or you can go all out. In this post, we’ll show you how to make the absolute most of your duct cleaning.

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Need Cleaner Air? Use a REME HALO In-Duct Air Purifier

Monday, February 26th, 2018

happy-family-homeMost homeowners in the area rightfully focus on temperature control when keeping their houses comfortable. Our summers are long and staggeringly hot, and without a good air conditioner, you might just melt on the spot. But as important as it is, it’s not the only aspect of home comfort. Indoor air quality can play a huge role in making your house feel right. We get a lot of dust in the air in the Inland Empire, especially in the summer, as well as high humidity levels and the proliferation of germs and allergens.

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