Research shows that filtering the air in indoor spaces can help remove harmful particles particularly allergens, smoke, and mold.
Most modern homes are built with excellent insulation, perfect for indoor climate control but bad for indoor air quality.
According to the EPA indoor environments are around two to five times as polluted as outdoors.
Air filtration is essential in improving and maintaining healthy indoor air quality, and home air purifiers add another layer, increasing your indoor air quality.
Everyday activities like cooking and cleaning reduce indoor air quality by expelling fine particles and chemicals into the air we breathe. Air filtration systems help maintain healthy indoor air quality by filtering out these harmful pollutants and allergens.
The key to superior indoor air quality is ensuring you have tightly sealed and fitted insulation. Achieving optimal air quality in your home is easy. First, you need good filtration—not all filters are alike. We sell Healthy Climate PureAir, Carbon Clean 16, MERV 13, MERV 11, and HEPA filters. You also want to install additional air filtration products like air scrubbers and UV lights.
Installed in the indoor portion of your air conditioning system (the evaporator coil), ultraviolet or UV light helps eliminate microorganisms such as mold, mildew, fungi, bacteria, and even viruses.
UV lights are designed to keep the indoor portion of your HVAC equipment clean and sanitized.
UV lights also:
Air scrubbers optimize your home’s air quality when paired with an air purification product such as a UV light. While air scrubbers neutralize and distribute the air brought through the system and out into your home, UV lights keep the internal equipment clean while it works. Ideally, you’ll have both products to maintain the air quality in your home and overall system performance.