Allergies always strike just as the weather starts to warm up. The sad reality is that when the mold and pollen counts are high, they can blow into your home and cause issues such as nasal stuffiness and throat irritation. In fact, our energy-efficient homes can create air pollution levels that are two to five times higher than outdoors.
If you’re concerned about the air quality in your home, turn to the experts at Gross Heating & Air Conditioning. Our experienced comfort consultants know it’s not enough to manage air temperature—to feel just-right, you have to eliminate as many airborne impurities as possible.
If you notice water droplets on your windows, your home humidity levels need help. Condensation occurs when the moisture in your indoor air comes into contact with the cold surface of your windows. As the air cools, it can’t “hold” as much humidity, so it releases condensation. The resulting water can cause wood rot in window sills and frames, and the damage can be even worse if it freezes—often splitting wood as it expands.
We live in a climate where it can get so cold that it hurts. A good heating system will keep you warm inside, but without proper humidity, indoor air can still be damaging to your skin—and more. Protect yourself from winter’s worst with a whole-home humidifier from Gross Heating & Air Conditioning.
Most people are familiar with the lights used outside to zap pesky flies and mosquitoes, but not everyone knows about using ultraviolet lights to kill the “bugs” that make you sick inside your home. Let the pros at Gross Heating & Air Conditioning enlighten you and install UV lights to minimize your exposure to microorganisms that can cause colds, flus, mold growth, and infections.
How can dehumidifiers keep you healthier and more comfortable at home? Find out with a little help from the pros at Gross Heating & Air Conditioning.