Poor air quality in your Blaine or Apple Valley home could be resulting in a variety of unexplained health issues from headaches to asthma or allergy symptoms. Especially in the winter months, Minnesota residents do everything they can to ensure their homes remain airtight to maximize their heating dollars. But what you might not know is that you are also trapping all of the pollutants from cleaning products, aerosol cans, and building materials inside your home. And those particles are contributing to the poor air quality that could be impacting everyone in your home. But there is a solution to help bring fresh air into your home and remove the particle-laden air. A whole-home air exchanger will do the job without wasting the air that you have paid to heat.
Air Exchanger Installation
An air exchanger is installed as an add-on feature to your existing HVAC system. This location ensures that it is providing the most significant benefit to your entire home. And because it becomes a part of your HVAC equipment, it is essential only to be installed by your trusted HVAC pros at Blue Ox Heating And Air. When you call us at 952-213-3956, one of our experts will visit your home to evaluate your current HVAC equipment and explain your options to you. We will also leave you with a complete price quote to install a new air exchanger for you. This quote is free to you and carries no obligation. We simply wish to provide you with all of the information you need to make a well-informed decision about the air quality in your home and the unit that will improve it.
Maintaining Your New Air Exchanger
One of the most significant benefits of an air exchanger is the added filtration of the air entering your home. And just like all pieces of equipment in your home, the air exchanger will require some service and care. We recommend that you have the filter cleaned each year when the unit is services. This regular maintenance will ensure that the unit functions at peak performance and efficiency for the coming year.
Some Added Benefits
In addition to pulling fresh air into your home to improve the air quality, your air exchanger will serve several other valuable purposes. The unit dehumidifies the air in your home, substantially reducing the potential for mold and mildew growth, and damage from excessive condensation. Think about all the steam that builds up in the winter months when you are cooking or taking a shower. That moisture provides the ideal environment for mold and mildew. However, with a whole-home air exchanger, that moisture is removed from the air making your home less inhabitable by things like mold and mildew.
To learn more about the installation and service required by an air exchanger, call 952-213-3956. A Blue Ox expert will be happy to answer your questions and schedule a time for one of our technicians to visit your home and provide you with a free price quote.