There are many types of devices used to clean the air inside a home and remove the numerous contaminants that can infiltrate the HVAC system. Air filters are the standard method of dealing with larger particles such as dust, pollen, and, dander but they are often inadequate for smaller pollutants. For homes that suffer from indoor air quality problems that filters cannot adequately address, air purifiers (also known as air cleaners) are an excellent option. The combination of an air purifier with a filtration system is often unbeatable when it comes to receiving the cleanest possible indoor air.
To get started with air purification in your home, call EcoAir Heating and Cooling. We have many years of experience helping area homes achieve the healthiest indoor air quality. We install and service many types of electronic air cleaners, and you can count on us to find the right combination of filters and purifiers to meet your home’s needs.
Do You Need Air Purifiers?
To answer that question, you first need to know what type of airborne pollutants are affecting your house. Air purifiers are best used to target minute particles that will pass through mechanical air filters. These pollutants include smoke, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, pesticides, and odor molecules. Have us investigate the issues in your home and determine if you should have an air cleaner installed along with an air filter.
How Does an Air Purifier Work?
There are several different kinds of electronic air cleaners. The most common uses ionization to attract contaminants from the air passing through the ducts of an HVAC system and trap them. The air purifier creates an ionized field that alters the charge of particles in the air—usually the particles you want eliminated. Other oppositely charged particles will attract each other, clump together, and fall from the air or get trapped by the air filter.
Trust Us to Find the Best Air Purifier for Your Home
Although air purifiers may sound extremely complicated, it’s an easy job for trained professionals to install them into an HVAC system so they provide the maximum air cleaning power. Electronic air cleaners are not as effective on larger airborne pollutants, so they usually must be installed in conjunction with a mechanical air filter. Indoor air quality experts can figure out the right set–up of purifiers and filters to provide your home with the best possible air quality.