Dayco Systems Blog: Archive for the ‘Indoor Air Quality’ Category

“Do I Need to Run My Air Purifier All Day?”

Monday, September 26th, 2022
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Homeowners are constantly looking for ways to make their homes more comfortable. This means having the right HVAC systems installed, maintaining those systems, and keeping their indoor air quality in great shape as well.

Wait, what’s that? You haven’t considered your indoor air quality? Well, it can actually be in worse shape than the quality of the outdoors, especially without the right indoor air quality products and services in place.

So what if you have an air purifier? How long each day should you use it? You might be surprised to find that you may not be running it enough, and you may equally be surprised that it’s perfectly safe to run it all day (though you might not want to). Read on to learn more!

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Dayco’s Guide to Energy and Heat Recovery

Monday, July 11th, 2022
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If you’ve ever read one of our blog posts related to indoor air quality, then you’ve seen us say that it can actually be worse than the quality of the air outside. This is especially true if you don’t have the right indoor air quality solutions in place. One of those solutions is the ERV or HRV system–that is, energy recovery and heat recovery.

What problem do these systems solve? Well, they are what allow you to bring fresh air into your home, no matter the time of year, without opening a single door or window and without turning off your HVAC system first to protect efficiency. In fact, they actually make your HVAC systems more efficient.

Curious? Read on to learn more!

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Humidifiers vs. Dehumidifiers

Monday, June 13th, 2022
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You may not hear a whole lot about humidifiers in Acworth, GA, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they aren’t needed in some homes! What you are more likely to hear about, are dehumidifiers in Acworth, GA. This is because of their functionality and the climate we tend to have in our area, almost year-round.

We’re going to dive into this more below, explaining the difference between a humidifier and a dehumidifier, and how to know if you need either one. The gist is, that the ideal relative humidity level in any given home is between 30-50%. Anything lower than 30% is considered too dry, and any over 50% is considered too humid. Both of these conditions cause problems to both your property and the health of your household occupants. Read on to learn more!

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“How Can I Improve the Air Quality of My Home?”

Monday, February 28th, 2022
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This is one of our favorite questions! Many homeowners don’t realize that not only can their indoor air quality be worse than the quality of air outdoors, but indoor air quality is about so much more than the temperature of their home in any given season.

Indoor air quality refers to the level of, or lack thereof, contaminants, humidity, and more. Read on as we uncover some ways that you can improve the indoor air quality in your home.

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Benefits of Installing an Air Purifier

Monday, February 21st, 2022
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What a lot of Roswell area homeowners don’t realize is that their indoor air quality can actually be worse than that of the outdoors, particularly without the right products and services in place. One of these products is an air purifier!

There are a few different types of air purifiers. Yes, there is a portable air purifier, but that’s not what we’re here to talk about today. We want to discuss whole-house air purifiers and how they will benefit your home–ionization, electronic, and UV air purifiers can each accomplish this in different ways.

Read on as we uncover the benefits of having a whole-house air purifier installed, from breathing better in your home to enjoying more efficient heating and cooling in your home.

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What is the Effectiveness of a UV Light in HVAC?

Monday, September 27th, 2021
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For almost two years now, there’s been an intense focus on how to stay as healthy as possible while isolating at home–or at least staying home a lot more than we have in previous years! As a result, more and more homeowners are thinking about their indoor air quality. Even pre-pandemic, the average home without the right indoor air quality systems and services in place could have worse indoor air quality than outdoor air quality.

If you haven’t already done so, you’d do well to consider the installation of a whole-house UV air purifier. Also referred to as UV lights or even UV germicidal lights, these indoor air quality systems are key to helping homeowners breathe healthier, or at least metaphorically “breathe easier” at home, knowing they’re well protected. Read on to learn more!

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Introducing APCO-X, an Advanced Whole-House Air Treatment System

Monday, February 8th, 2021
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February is considered the “season of love” for many. But we don’t want to talk about your significant other or lack thereof. We’d rather talk about the love you have for your home!

What’s that? You don’t love your home so much? Let us guess, it’s because it’s not as comfortable or as healthy as it could be. That’s a bummer! But it doesn’t have to be your reality forever. In fact, we encourage you to take a look at how you can improve your indoor air quality ASAP and start breathing healthier.

One way? With the APCO-X whole-house air treatment system! Read on to learn more.

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How Healthy Is the Air You Breathe in Your Home?

Monday, November 16th, 2020
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COVID-19 has brought a lot of concerns about health to the surface, particularly the health of our own homes. While we can’t promise any products that will guarantee that COVID germs won’t be transmitted, we urge you to follow the guidelines set forth by the CDC, and do what you can to help make your home as healthy an environment as possible.

One way to do this is by making sure you’re equipped with the right indoor air quality products and services. Most Americans spend 70% of their time in their homes, and that number may be even higher these days. Don’t you want to make sure the air you’re breathing there is as healthy as possible? You can do this with a whole-house air purifier (versus a singular, portable air purifier) Read on to learn more!

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“Can UV Germicidal Lights Protect My Health?”

Monday, October 5th, 2020
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With all the news regarding COVID over the last 6 months, and the different information we’ve heard from various sources, there is one thing that is for sure–homeowners have become increasingly aware of the impact that their indoor air has on their health.

Take our last blog post for instance, where we talked about the concerns folks have about disease transmission in commercial buildings through their HVAC systems.

While we always recommend following CDC guidelines when it comes to preventing the transmission of COVID both inside your home and other buildings, as well as outdoors, there are certainly steps you can take to encourage a healthier home overall.

After all, illnesses aside, indoor air quality is often worse than that of the air outdoors anyway. Read on to learn more about this and how UV germicidal lights can help in the fight for healthier air.

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What Are Business Owners Doing About Their HVAC Systems During COVID-19?

Monday, September 21st, 2020
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Business owners throughout Georgia and the rest of the country are still and for the foreseeable future navigating pandemic reopenings, return-to-work plans for their employees, and safe business practices for their customers through social distancing and mask-wearing.

This all takes a lot of planning and strategy. With new developments cropping up on a weekly basis. One of the latest concerns is how to make air conditioning and heating systems safe in this pandemic era. Read on to learn more!

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