Everyone wants to come home to a clean, healthy, fresh home, especially if you or your family members battle allergies or asthma. Unfortunately, attempting to maintain a high standard of air quality in your home can be particularly challenging. Wiping down surfaces, dusting, vacuuming, and opening the windows can only go so far when you aren’t addressing the root of the problem. When it comes to air quality in your living space, the best thing you can do is invest in an air purification system.
If your household is living with severe allergies, asthma, or other breathing issues, find out how an air purification system could improve your situation.
There are two different types of air purifiers you could use in your home: room air purifiers and whole-home air purification systems.
Room air purifiers are designed to refresh the air in a smaller, contained space. An air purifier will usually plug into an outlet and run from wherever you decide to put it, whether on the floor, the counter, or elsewhere. While these options are less expensive, they only work in one or two rooms, at the most. They are often programmable and usually feature easily changeable filters, and they’re portable.
Whole-home air purification systems, on the other hand, are designed to work throughout the entire house. These systems are usually best used when attached to an existing HVAC system, that way they clean and regulate all of the air that passes through the system, and thus your home. Because they are hidden in your existing system, air purifiers usually take up minimal space additional space, make little noise, and can be programmed into your existing thermostat.
The benefits of whole-home air purification systems include:
-Reduces dust buildup in the ducts of the HVAC system
-Removes contaminants from the home, such as mold, dander, pollen, and dust
-Can adjust with the changing seasons
-Reduces allergy symptoms, like dry eyes and throat irritation
-Prolongs the life of your HVAC system
-Works quietly and out of sight
Your home should be a soft place to land after a hard day, it shouldn’t inflame your asthma or spark allergy symptoms. If your air quality isn’t up to par, consider installing an air purification system in your home. Our team of certified professionals can evaluate your current home HVAC system and help you find the right purification unit to suit your needs and fit your existing setup. We work with quality products, so you can rely on us for installations and replacements, and we can also help with system maintenance.
Interested in learning more about air purification systems? Contact Choice Air Care to discuss your options with our heating and cooling technicians in Frisco and McKinney.