When it comes to the air inside your home making sure that it is as clean as possible is going to be pretty important to both your comfort and your health. After all, no one enjoys breathing in dusty, allergen-riddled air whether or not they are spending extra time at home.
One of the ways to ensure that you are keeping the air inside your house as clean and pure as possible is by installing an air purifier. If you already have one of these systems working for you then you probably already know how great they are for your home’s indoor air quality. If you haven’t yet discovered what whole-home air purifiers in Bellview, FL can do for your then we would love to give you some information.
How Does an Air Purifier Work?
Whole-home air purifiers aren’t the small portable systems that you can buy at the store and plug-in within the room that has the worst air quality. Instead, these are systems that are installed within your HVAC system so that they can purify all of the air that is going to enter your home.
Sounds pretty great right? We think so too!
What You Should Know About Whole-Home Purification Systems
There are three major facts that anyone looking to boost their indoor air quality should know about air purifiers before having one installed in their home. Consider the following three things that we think you’ll want to know about these IAQ systems:
- They are a part of your ductwork. Whole-home air purifiers are able to successfully purify the air for your “whole home” because they are installed within your ductwork. This allows them to purify the air that flows out of your air conditioner before it reaches your home.
- They purify only the air flowing through your ducts. Whole-home air purifiers are great for tackling allergens, dust, debris, viruses, bacteria, and mold spores that could otherwise enter your home but they are only able to siphon these out of the air that flows through your ductwork.
- They operate using UV light or electricity. Air purifiers use one of two methods to purify the air in your home. The first type uses ultraviolet light to kill or neutralize the contaminants entering your home (viruses or bacteria for example), rendering them harmless. The other purifier type uses electrostatic shock to charge the particles in the air flowing through your ducts and draw dust, pollen, and other debris onto a plate before they enter your home.
Our Professionals Can Help with Purifier Services
So, now that you know a bit more about what a whole-home air purifier is and what it does, are you considering adding one to your home comfort system? If so, we are glad to hear it! We just want to make sure to remind you that installation and other services for this system should only be done by a trained professional technician like the ones at Commander Air Inc. You should never try to DIY any service for your whole-home air purifier.
Trust the team at Commander Air Inc. with your next IAQ system service. Your hometown heating and cooling specialist for three generations.