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How to Assure Better Indoor Air Quality?

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Read why indoor air quality is critical to you and the members of your household. Discover how air filtration  and air purifications affect your health on St. Louis

Q: What’s the solution for breathing better indoor air quality? – Needing clean air quality advice in St. Louis


Breathing clean air is an underestimated commodity. With the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) combating pollution, there’s a misapprehension that indoor air quality outranks the outdoors. The truth is that a high percentage of households have poorer indoor quality than the most industrial areas.


In the home, mini-sized airborne particles inflame respiratory and allergy symptoms. Tack on some mold and the breathing situation worsens for asthmatic sufferers.


So—what is the solution for better indoor air quality of the greater St. Louis metropolitan area is one trustworthy name: Hoffmann Brothers.



Did you know…? Chronic lower respiratory diseases are among the top five reasons of death in the United States. (Source: Vital Statistics Cooperative Program of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics.)





Air purification systems, humidifiers, and air filtration systems embody three weapons to defend against poor indoor air quality. For the average allergy sufferer the aforementioned heating and cooling aids help reduce airborne chemicals, which trigger fatigue, stuffy or runny nose, watery eyes, headaches and dizziness.


By maintaining an ideal room temperature (68 to 70 degrees), a certain level of humidity coupled with fresh clean air, most households can recover healthy indoor air quality.  Whether your home needs a new humidifier, air purification or an indoor air quality evaluation, Hoffmann Brothers Heating and Cooling Company has decades of experience, virtually synonymous with healthy indoor air quality in St Louis.


Read more on improving your household’s comfort zone, click here: Indoor Air Quality


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