Air Quality: How Clean Is Your Air?

Air Quality

Your air conditioning system has a filter that you should change every month in order to keep the system working properly and help to clean your air quality. While a clean air filter does a good job at removing many particles from the air, many others may get left behind. A standard home air filter can only remove particles up to a certain size, so it may miss bacteria, mold spores, and other harmful contaminants. But we may have a solution to help you get cleaner air.

Electronic Air Cleaners

An electronic air cleaner uses ionization to give particles a charge. These particles become attracted to a surface with an opposite charge—typically, a set of plates within the electronic air purifier. All you have to do is clean off the plates every few months. This is a highly effective way to remove very tiny contaminants, which are also some of the worst for your health.

UV Air Purifiers

UV germicidal lights specifically target living contaminants, like bacteria and viruses, which may thrive within your HVAC system and contaminate your air quality. This is an excellent method of preventing illness and taking care of pollutants that cause asthma and allergy symptoms to become worse. It can also prevent mold from spreading and keep odors around the home under control.

Schedule Duct Cleaning

There are probably many contaminants living inside of your duct system, especially if your home is several decades old. Call a professional technician for duct cleaning today in order to improve your indoor air quality. Remember that you should never allow an amateur to clean your ducts; improper cleaning may only worsen the air quality and allow contaminants to spread.

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