What You Need to Know About Air Purifiers
Allergies, bacteria and viruses impact your comfort, health and even productivity. While a standard HVAC filter can remove some of these contaminants in your Woodbridge, Virginia, home, it can’t remove them all. That’s why you need an air purifier. Air purifiers are more efficient at catching and neutralizing harmful particles, helping to protect your comfort and health.
What’s an Air Purifier?
What makes an air purifier different from a standard HVAC filter? Standard filters do a good job most of the time. But no matter how often you change yours, it’ll still let the smallest of particles recirculate in your home.
Air purifiers use a HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filter that catches smaller particles. Some air purifiers even kill pathogenic particles with an electrical charge, ensuring they never bother you again. As a result, they make your home a safer and healthier place to live.
Choose a Quality Air Purifier
Thanks to the HEPA filters and pathogen-killing electrical charge, air purifiers clean your air as it passes through your HVAC system. The Infinity® Air Purifier DGAPA:
- Has a capture rate of 95 percent.
- Has a germicidal rate of 99 percent.
- Features patented Captures & Kills™ technology.
- Features a filter efficiency of MERV 15.
- Is proven effective against common pathogens.
When you install an air purifier in your home, you won’t have to worry about bacteria, viruses, dust, and other harmful particles circulating in your air supply. However, having an air purifier is no excuse to quit other healthy habits, like keeping your home and workspace clean. Purifiers make up the difference when everything else isn’t enough.
Neither you nor your family need to live with frustrating and even debilitating, health symptoms. With the help of Brennan’s Heating & Air Conditioning, greater health and comfort is just a call away. To have an air purifier installed in your home or business, call us today.
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