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Atlanta Indoor Air-Quality Tip: How to Improve Allergy Symptoms by Enhancing Your HVAC System

While most homeowners are often concerned about the temperature inside their homes, many do not always think of the quality of their indoor air. For those who suffer from allergies in the spring and summer months, indoor air quality…

Poor Indoor Air Quality Can Be a Problem Even for Healthy People

The EPA has said that indoor air quality is one of the leading risks to respiratory health. Removing indoor air contaminants from your home’s air supply is a great way to potentially increase the quality of air in your home. Comfort Zone Heating & Air…

Atlanta HVAC Guide: What Exactly Is an Electronic Air Filter and Is It Right for You?

For a long time, the most frequently used kind of air filter has been the mechanical variety. This is the kind you probably think of when you hear the terms air filter, air cleaner or air purifier. They use pleated fibrous filters in-line with an air handler…

North Atlanta HVAC Tip: Why Routine HVAC Maintenance Improves Indoor Air Quality

Furnaces and air conditioners in north Atlanta are by far the most common way to circulate air throughout homes, offices and institutions, heating in the winter months and cooling in the summer. Adjust the thermostat and controlled air…

In Atlanta, It’s Both the Heat and the Humidity

Along with the high temperatures of summer in Georgia, high humidity can also be a problem. If you are concerned about high levels of humidity in your Atlanta home, especially about the possibility of mold growth, you may want to consider a whole-house dehumidifier.