Did you know that indoor air pollution is a top five environmental health risk? We all want the air quality in our home to be as clean and comfortable as possible. But the tricky thing about air quality is that so much that is harmful to us is undetectable with our noses.
Dust, cleaning chemicals, pet dander, humidity, bacteria, and just plain stale air have led many of us to pursue air purifiers and clean air systems to protect and improve our homes. While allergies, asthma, and respiratory issues are among the health reasons to pursue an air cleaner, dust and airborne contaminants also impact furniture, wallpaper, drapes, carpeting, and can cause paint to flake.
Many ‘air purifiers’ on the market are really just dust filters. They’re offered at low prices online or at big-box retailers. But, a closer look at these ‘bargains’ indicate that they basically just have a fan, some type of filter, and some controls. They usually have just a fine mesh carbon filter – nothing like the solid carbon found in a true air purifier. These are only as good as how frequently you change this thin filter. Even then, their impact is limited to a few feet around where you put them in a room.
Does Your Home Need Cleaner Air?
Are you sneezing or having frequent headaches? Is your furniture dusty? Is asthma an issue? Are you concerned about odors, mold, or airborne bacteria and fungus? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you need a clean air solution. Regardless how well you clean your home, a ‘real’ comprehensive Home Air Purifier will help.
A Comprehensive In-Home Solution
The most effective solution to improve indoor air quality is a purifier system that attaches to your home’s central heating and cooling system. Sure, there are portable units that can be moved from room to room, but cleaner air is a whole house matter. Therefore, the best choice is a ‘real’ solution – a purifier system that is attached to your furnace. It will measurably improve air quality throughout your entire home, not just an individual room or area.
Our team of highly trained and experienced technicians can help you determine the right state-of-the-art air filtering system for your home and health needs.
We Help Homeowners
Rely on our industry knowledge and experience when replacing your furnace or central air conditioning, adding a dehumidifier or clean air system, or cleaning and servicing your heating and air conditioning system. We are just a phone call away when you need to schedule your annual heating and cooling inspection or duct cleaning. We even help you take advantage of rebates from manufacturers and energy companies.
We make the HVAC updating and maintenance process as stress-free as possible.