• Cindy Reynolds

Spring Clean Your Air



It’s no secret that the air you breathe directly impacts your health. From allergens to mold spores and viruses, we’re all thinking more and more about how clean our air is.


Indoor Air Quality might sound like a new thing, but it’s just newer to the United States than other places in the world. It’s also a big deal. According to the EPA, indoor air pollution ranks among the Top 5 when it comes to health risks. Air quality is an issue for about 90% of homes in the US.


Fortunately, there are a variety of options available to improve your home’s indoor air quality. Duct cleaning removes dirt, dust, and allergens built up in your air ducts. We use the Rotobrush cleaning system for duct cleaning, which cleans at the point of contact without the use of chemicals.


You can take your air cleaning up a notch with an in-duct air purifier that removes pollutants in your entire system. One that we recommend is the REME HALO which removes particulates, microbial, and viruses from the air in your home. In simple terms, that means fewer allergens, fewer germs, and air that feels fresh without having to open a window and letting pollen in.


At Stanfield, we’re all about reliability and keeping things safe. That’s why we’ve been actively learning about and implementing air cleaning systems for our customers for over 20 years. We highly recommend in-duct air purification over many of the stand-alone air cleaners you may have seen advertised. Why? With newer technology, there are in-duct air cleaners on the market that require little to no maintenance on your part. Plus, when you install an in-duct air purifier, you get a purifier that cleans the air for an entire HVAC system and not just one room.


If you’re interested in learning more, visit the Indoor Air Quality section of our website.