Air filtration technology is widely used to remove harmful pollutants from indoor air in homes and businesses due to its ease and convenience. Indoor air can have levels of pollutants like dust, smoke, pet dander, and other allergens up to five times higher than outdoor air.
Air purifiers contain singular or multiple filters and a fan that is used to intake and circulate air. As the air moves in the filter, pollutants are captured while clean air is pushed back out into the living space. To ensure that your family is breathing safe, healthy air, regular maintenance, and filter replacements are essential. Filters should be replaced every three to four months for optimal performance.
What Should I Look For In an Air Filtration System?
High Clean-Air Delivery Rating (CADR)
This measures the cleaning speed of the filtration system for removing harmful contaminants. Ideally, you should have a CADR of at least 300, with 350 being an extremely effective purifier.
A Properly Sized System
For your filtration system to be efficient and effective, our technicians will help you decide which model is the best for your room size.
HEPA filters are effective at removing extremely small particles such as dust, dander, pollen, and mold from the air. The industry standard for HEPA is a unit capable of removing at least 99.97% of particulate matter.
Our team of air conditioning and filtration specialists are happy to assist you in finding the right solutions for improving air quality in your home. We offer a wide range of air filtration products, including electronic air cleaners that can remove up to 99.98% of allergens from filtered air. Contact our office today to schedule your appointment!