Temprite Climate Solutions Blog: Archive for the ‘Indoor Air Quality’ Category

What a UV Air Purifier Can Do for a Home

Monday, April 19th, 2021
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If you’re looking to improve your home’s indoor air quality, you have several options for air quality devices. There are basic filters and room air purifiers you can purchase from stores, but these rarely offer much improvement. The best route is to contact a professional HVAC contractor who works with specialized air quality equipment, such as air filtration and air purification systems, humidity controls, and heat recovery ventilators (HRVs). 

One air cleaning option is the UV air purifier, also known as a UV germicidal light. We offer service to install UV germicidal lights and can answer any questions you might have about them. We’ll address a few of the main questions below to give you a better idea of what UV purification systems do and if you need one. 

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We Now Offer Duct Cleaning

Friday, December 11th, 2020
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We’ve got good news for our customers looking to get the best-working HVAC system possible: Temprite Climate Solutions now offers duct cleaning along with our other ductwork services (duct repair and replacement).

We recommend homes have duct cleaning done every three to five years, or whenever there are signs the ducts have become excessively clogged. If you aren’t sure if your ventilation system is due for a thorough cleaning, call us to arrange for an appointment. Proper duct cleaning can improve HVAC performance, lower energy bills, prolong the life of the heater and air conditioner, and contribute to less dust and debris circulated through a house.

For a job done right, call Temprite! Temprite Climate Solutions serves Courtenay, BC and the surrounding areas.

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Want Better Ventilation in Your Home Year-Round? Here’s One Solution

Monday, May 18th, 2020
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Proper ventilation is essential for having the best indoor air quality for a home. People tend to believe that air pollution is a problem that only exists outside—but this couldn’t be farther from the truth. Numerous airborne contaminants come from inside a house: cooking and cleaning products, cosmetics, pressed wood, paint and varnish, hobby tools, vehicles in an attached garage, and more. The best way to clean out a concentration of chemicals, smoke, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and plain ol’ dust is to open up the house to circulate a fresh breeze.

We can already anticipate your objection: “How can I do that during times when it’s extremely hot or cold outside?” This is the number one problem. Maintaining energy efficiency in a home requires a sealed home. This is why so many houses today are built tightly with heavy insulation. And its also why so many contaminants get trapped indoors.

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