The temperature of the air in your home isn’t the only thing you should be worried about during the summer season (although it’s obviously a high priority). Indoor air quality tends to suffer during the summer, as people close all of their doors and windows to facilitate climate control. While this does make it easier to keep the home cool, it cuts off the flow of air into the home.
Without fresh air moving into the home, contaminants tend to build and lower the indoor air quality. Humidity issues also impact indoor air quality, when chronic and allowed to persist unchecked. If you want to improve your indoor air quality, raising your health and comfort levels at the same time, then consider installing one of the systems below.