An air purifier uses a single item, or combination of, filters, U.V. lights, Ionization, and charcoal to remove or kill various airborne particles and odors, such as viruses, mold, bacteria, pollen, and dust. The air purification system will circulate your home’s air through your HVAC system keeping your inside environment healthy and clean.
If you aren’t sure if you really need an air purification system for your home, keep reading to learn some of the main reasons to install this, here.
Clean Air to Breathe
When you install an air filtration, it means your family (and anyone else in your home) has clean air to breathe. According to the EPA, it is estimated that indoor air is up to five times dirtier than the air outside. In some situations, it is more than 100 times dirtier. With a quality air purifier, you can keep everyone healthy.
Remove Unpleasant Odors
Do you love to cook, but are tired of dealing with that “fishy” smell? If so, charcoal or ionization is the answer. Not only will this device clean your air, but they can also help to eliminate unpleasant and burnt food smells.
Eliminate Airborne Allergens from Pets
While you may love your four-legged friend, they are also constantly releasing fur, pet dander, and other types of airborne allergens into the air that is inside your home. In addition to these particles, you must also deal with the smells. An Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) system will help to combat these allergens by making sure they are trapped before they settle into the fibers in your carpet and furniture.
There’s no doubt about it – smoke stinks. Regardless of if you have a family member who smokes or if you love using your fireplace, smoke will make the inside of your home smell dirty and dingy. With an Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) system, you have something that can trap the smoke before it gets into your upholstery.
There is always going to be dust in your home. Regardless of what you do to help keep your home clean, dust will accumulate. Air filtration will help to trap the dust before it settles. In the long run, this is going to reduce build-up and leave you with much less to clean.
Remove Airborne Bacteria
Did you know that an Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) system can remove up to 99 percent of airborne bacteria? Smaller airborne particles, such as mold spores, pollen, and other types of bacteria will float in the air, resulting in you and your family getting sick.
If you are cycling the air in a room through an Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) system it will help to remove as much as 99 percent of all these different airborne pollutants.
If you are interested in having an air purifier installed in your home, be sure to reach out to Beebe Heating & Air Conditioning. We can help ensure you get the right system, based on your needs, and the issues present in your home’s air.