Tree pollen, grass cuttings, and airborne seeds: Spring brings a return of all of them to Bradenton, Florida. As doors and windows of your home open to the outdoors, all these particles can get inside your home. Maximize the number of pollutants you can capture from your home’s indoor air and improve your HVAC system’s operating efficiency with a whole-home air purifier.
How Does a Whole-Home Air Purifier Work?
A whole-home air purifier works by filtering pollutants from your home’s indoor air. Many types of air purifiers use high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters capable of removing the smallest particles down to 0.3 microns in size.
Maximize the Number of Pollutants You Can Capture
Portable air purifiers offer a convenient way to filter particles from one or two rooms, but they can’t capture pollutants from throughout your home’s living spaces. A whole-home air purifier offers a more cost-conscious alternative to buying several single units and placing them throughout your home.
Extend the Life of Your Home’s HVAC System
Whole-home air purifiers can extend the life of your home’s HVAC system. By attracting and filtering dust, pollen, seedpods from plants, and other debris from the air, a whole-home air purifier can minimize the amount of these pollutants entering your home’s HVAC system. When your HVAC system runs more efficiently, you can save money on repair costs and keep the system operating for a long time.
Integrate an Air Purifier Within Your Home’s Existing HVAC System
Portable air purifiers can take up space inside a room. A whole-home air purifier, however, integrates into your home’s existing air conditioning and heating system. While it may be out of sight, you can enjoy the peace of mind knowing that your air purifier is working with your home’s HVAC system to create cleaner, breathable air inside your house.
Don’t let this spring be a time to be miserable inside your home. Call one of our Aqua Plumbing & Air professionals at (941) 306-3715 to learn more about boosting your home’s indoor air quality with a whole-home air purifier.
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