Breathe Cleaner & Healthier Air…from the Moment You Step Indoors!
Serving Southeast Wisconsin
According to Indoor Air Health Advisor, Americans spend about 90% of their time indoors, and 60% of that time is spent at home.
In fact, the number one cause of common colds and other respiratory ailments, such as asthma and allergies, is the air inside your home. Common indoor air pollutants include:
- Dust & dust mites
- Mold & bacteria
- Cleaning solution by-products
- Pet dander
- Construction by-products
- New carpeting, which contains formaldehyde
- Tobacco smoke by-products
- And more
There are numerous ways to help rid your home of harmful air pollutants, and KEEP them out.
At Blau Sudden Service, we are Indoor Air Quality specialists with numerous solutions for whatever your indoor living needs might be.
Ultraviolet (UV) Lamps
UV Lamps zap the mold and bacteria that can sometimes grow in the moist environment of your outside air conditioning unit or indoor coils.
Air Filtration System
Central air filtration systems offer a number of advantages. They are out of sight (integrated into your home heating system, usually by the furnace), very convenient (you’ll never trip over one), and they are quiet during operation.
A central air filtration system filters the air as it cycles through the air ducts into the furnace. Over time, all the air in the house will pass through the system, and it will be cleaned and filtered each time it passes.
Electrostatic air filters are the most effective technology for filtering your home’s air.
These use electronically charged filters to attract and hold dust allergens and other irritants. An electrostatic air filter is much more effective than a standard or pleated air filter and, as a bonus, the filter can be cleaned and reused.
A true HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filter is also known as an “absolute air filter” because of its high efficiency. True HEPA filters operate with a minimum efficiency of 99.97 percent, and it doesn’t get any more thorough than that.
Humidifiers & Dehumidifiers
Too much humidity is a bad thing, right? After all, it creates and promotes an environment where bacteria, mold, various fungi and dust mites not only grow, but flourish!
On the other hand, dry air causes its own fair share of problems. In fact, excessively dry indoor air can make you more vulnerable to harmful viruses and respiratory ailments.
So what’s the answer? A whole-house, combined humidification and dehumidification system where you can control and maintain the proper levels of relative humidity, which most experts agree are between 40%-55%.
With a whole-house humidifier/dehumidifier from Blau, you can maintain ideal levels of humidity all year long. In the process, expect to save 5% or more on your annual fuel bill. You’ll also add greatly to your family’s indoor comfort while helping to prevent and control problems with asthma, allergies, colds and flus, and more.
Where do the energy savings come from? Cold air is dry, and in dry air, moisture evaporates from your skin. That, in turn, tends to cool you off. So, by setting the thermostat at 69° with a relative humidity of 35%, you’ll feel just as warm as you would in 72° air with 19% relative humidity.
Bottom line, you want to dehumidify your home in warm weather, and add humidity when it’s cold.
Freshen Up Your Indoor Air with Blau
If you or any family member has constant symptoms suggesting a cold, allergies, asthma, and other respiratory ailments, you’re a prime candidate for our professional air cleaning services.
Contact us today, and we’ll have you breathing easier in no time.
1-800-BLAU-NOW | 414-258-4040
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