Indoor air quality is vitally important to anyone who suffers from allergies or asthma. In order to help reduce allergy and asthma triggers inside your Marion, Kentucky, home, consider having an HVAC air purifier installed to gain these three benefits.
Air Purifiers Trap Harmful Pathogens
Harmful microorganisms that are .3 microns in diameter can squeeze through normal HVAC air filters and enter your home where they can be breathed in. The smaller the micron size, the deeper into your lungs they go, causing problems to those who suffer from allergies and asthma.
Our TraneEffects Air Cleaner purifier traps 99.98% of allergen particulates down to .1 microns in diameter, removing them before they enter the house. With cleaner, healthier air, there is much less chance of an allergy or asthma attack.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are extremely harmful to allergy sufferers. VOCs are found in paint, carpets, room freshness, and many personal care and household products. When the VOC compounds off-gas, they get circulated throughout your home. However, when the contaminated air circulates into the air cleaner, it traps and removes these dangerous compounds so that the returning air is cleaner and healthier.
Even if there are no smokers in your house, smoke particulates can come from other sources, like a fireplace or burning candles. Smoke particulates when breathed in, go deep into the lungs. Smoke is a serious allergy and asthma trigger and is harmful to anyone who has respiratory problems. An air purification system will remove these harmful particulates.
One of the keys to having your HVAC air purification system run efficiently and effectively is through regular preventive maintenance. Signing up for our maintenance plan will help to ensure that all components of your HVAC system run in top condition.
Give our professional team at E&M Heating, Plumbing & Air Conditioning a call today to sign up for our maintenance plan and to schedule an appointment to have an air cleaner installed. You can reach us at 270-971-4903.
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