If you suffer from seasonal allergies, you know that while springtime brings a host of beautiful blooms, it can also bring a host of allergy symptoms. If you’re finding that spring is a sniffling, sneezing, stuffy time of year for you, you may want to consider adding indoor air quality (IAQ) products to your home’s heating and cooling system.
Modern homes are built to be tight, draft-free and well insulated. While this keeps the heat and cool inside, it also means that germs and allergens can also be trapped indoors. If you own a newer home, no matter how clean you keep it, airborne contaminates can be an issue. Luckily, there are solutions that can help, like new, highly efficient air purifiers.
Modern air purifiers not only trap microscopic particulates, they also capture and kill many airborne pathogens, such as human influenza virus, human cold virus, tuberculosis bacteria, measles virus, and various spores.
Additionally, these purifiers are designed to promote higher efficiency, lower maintenance, and quieter operation. This is because they are a hybrid between an electronic air cleaner and media filter. They provide whole-home high-efficiency air filtration while preventing the growth of captured airborne pathogens, and are easy to maintain. Most homeowners find that filters last from eight to 12 months.
If you think an electronic air purifier is right for you, contact us today at . We’ll be happy to speak with you about this and the many other IAQ solutions that are available.