When you want your Summerfield, Florida, home to be a year-round oasis, an air cleaner can do wonders to help by improving your indoor air quality. Find out how air purifiers work and discover what type of system is best for your home.
How Do Air Purifiers Work?
You may have heard of portable air purifiers that clean the air in individual rooms or isolated parts of your home. At Sun Kool Air Conditioning, we specialize in whole-home air cleaners that work with your home’s HVAC system.
These air purifiers have complex filtration systems designed to trap microscopic particles. Every time your HVAC system cycles, the air passes through the purification system. Some models can remove contaminants from your home’s air supply up to eight times per hour.
Who Can Benefit From an Air Purification System?
If your family members suffer from allergies or asthma attacks, an air purification system can be a smart investment. Our systems capture dust, mold, and other common allergens that circulate through your home’s indoor air, making it easier for your family to manage allergy and asthma symptoms.
Pet owners and nature lovers will also benefit from an air purification system. Since these units eliminate most of the pet dander and seasonal pollen in the air, they make it easier for everyone in your home to breathe.
What Types of Air Purifiers Are Best?
You’ll find portable air cleaners for general use, HEPA filters designed to alleviate allergies, and other types of specialized air purifiers on the market. When you want to address an air quality problem effectively, though, we recommend investing in a whole-home air purifier.
For a complete indoor air quality solution, consider installing an Infinity Air Purifier GAPA. This system traps up to 95 percent of pathogens as small as .3 microns, but it doesn’t stop there. This air purifier also kills or inactivates 13 pathogens and a common household fungus, helping you to maintain healthy, clean air.
Don’t let your indoor air quality get you down. Call Sun Kool Air Conditioning, Inc. today at (352) 330-1067 to learn more about our air purification systems.
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