Whole-Home Air Purifiers: Everything You Need to Know

One of the easiest ways to keep your family happy and healthy this winter is by keeping the air inside your Palm Beach, Florida, home clean. Indoor air is markedly more polluted than outdoor air. Installing a whole-home air purifier helps filter out allergens, mold spores, bacteria, viruses and fumes.

How Do Home Air Purifiers Work?

For cleaner and fresher air, a service technician will add a whole-home purifier to your home’s heating and cooling system. When air travels through the system, it moves through the purifier’s filtration unit.

Types of Home Purifiers

A stand-alone, electrostatic system isn’t like other purifiers installed in your heating and air units. Instead, a service technician installs in the air return or in the ceiling, where it filters air through carbon filters.

Connected, electrostatic air cleaners are tied to your HVAC system in the ductwork. These units use high-MERV filters or even HEPA filters to better sift irritants from the air. High-grade filters pull the air through a tighter weave to better trap particles before the air goes back into your home.

Benefits of Home Purifiers

Home purification systems can cut pollution dramatically. They filter most of the bacteria, viruses, dust mites and mold spores inside your home. Cleaner air means healthier, happier family members.

Whole-home units filter all the air inside your home, while smaller purifiers only filter the air in one room. You have control over when the system kicks in via a simple button.

Most portable purifiers are bulky, unsightly and noisy. Home purifiers in your HVAC system are out of sight and out of earshot. You’ll enjoy cutting-edge filtration without losing any wall or floor space.

We offer duct cleaning and purifier systems, including the Guardian Air PHI TM technology. This is the same purification method that hospitals, hotels, cruise lines, restaurants and schools use.

Give Preferred Air Conditioning & Mechanical, LLC a call at 561-202-1422 to schedule your indoor air quality service today.

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