If you reside in Fairfax, VA, you have probably heard of a whole-home air purifier. These work along with HVAC filters and come in the form of media filters or electronic air cleaners. The whole-home air purifier works in the following ways and is beneficial for the reasons we cover below.
How Does a Whole-Home Air Purifier Work?
The home air purifier works to remove a wide range of pollutants in the home. The purifier consists of multistage filters that help capture contaminants such as pet dander, pollen and other large particulates. There are electrostatic fields that help the air purifier collect very minute particles such as cigarette smoke, bacteria and viruses.
We install the whole-house air purifier as an accompaniment to your HVAC system. Our air purifiers scrub the air up to eight times each hour. You can pair the whole-home air filter with a germicidal UV lamp that works to provide fresh and clean air around the clock.
A Whole-Home Air Purifier Provides Healthier Air
An air purifier will provide clean and healthy air to your entire family. The air purifier helps to trap germs through their germicidal capabilities and can trap minute germ particles, including bacteria and viruses.
Increases the Lifespan of Your HVAC System
You will be doing your HVAC system a service when you install an air purifier. The HVAC system runs efficiently with an air purifier, and this prolongs its lifespan. The air purifier will trap dust that would otherwise settle in the HVAC filters and on equipment, and this will save you money in the end.
Prevents Dust Buildup
Dust buildup in the home is often a problem. The whole-home air purifier will collect these dust particles, and you will notice a decrease in dust accumulation. To protect the dust-trapping air purifier filter from damage, it’s best to clean it regularly.
Enjoy the enhanced air quality you can obtain by having an air purifier installed in your home. Contact out team at Vernon The Heating & Cooling Specialist, and let our technicians install a whole-home air purifier to help improve your indoor air quality.
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