How a Whole-Home Air Purifier Can Help Your Home
If you’re constantly dealing with pollutants in your Ocala, Florida, home, a whole-home air purifier is an essential investment. From removing airborne contaminants to continually cleaning the air, find out how a whole-home air purifier can help your home.
Connects to Your Existing HVAC System
First off, perhaps the biggest perk of a whole-home air purifier is that it connects to your existing HVAC system. As a result, there’s no need to purchase a unit for each room. You won’t have to tackle air quality issues in select areas, either. With a whole-house air purifier, you can rest assured that you’ll improve your IAQ in every room that your HVAC system can reach.
Removes Airborne Contaminants
Whole-house air purifiers remove almost all airborne contaminants from your home’s air supply. At Sun Kool Air Conditioning, Inc., we often recommend the Performance Air Purifier PGAP, which removes up to 75 percent of microscopic particles, including pollen and microbial. Other models can remove even higher percentages of contaminants, which is great for allergy and asthma sufferers.
Eliminates Viruses and Pathogens
Most of these systems also eliminate viruses, germs and other pathogens you can’t see with the naked eye. Models like the Infinity Air Purifier GAPA can inactivate up to 99 percent of germs, including the flu, common cold, measles and many more. As a result, whole-house air purifiers are ideal for cold and flu season and great for family members who are prone to getting sick.
Cleans Your Air Continually
Finally, whole-house air purifiers never stop cleaning the air. In fact, most models clean all the air in your home six to eight times per hour. That means you can breathe easier knowing that you don’t have to worry about your HVAC system continually recycling contaminated air.
Isn’t it time you took your home’s indoor air quality to the next level? If so, call the air purification experts at Sun Kool Air Conditioning, Inc. today. By doing so, you’ll take a big step toward improving your IAQ.
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