In many Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, homes, the air indoors is more polluted than the air outdoors. People spend most of their time inside, and houses are insulated well to save energy and lower utility bills. Unfortunately, this means that pollutants have nowhere to go. An indoor air purifier can remove contaminants, help keep you and your family healthy, and prevent expensive and inconvenient breakdowns.
Most air purifiers have HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filters to catch dust, dirt, pollen, pet dander, biological growth, and similar substances. They trap particles that would normally settle on your floors and furniture or clog your HVAC system’s air filter. Other models have UV lamps inside them to keep viruses, bacteria, and other microorganisms from reproducing. These UV air purifiers can damage the genetic structures of many harmful organisms. Both types will help you keep your home clean and prevent bad smells.
Poor indoor air quality can cause asthma or allergy symptoms, rashes, eye irritation, sore throats, nosebleeds, and other health problems. It lets illnesses spread easily, and it can make getting over a cold or the flu tougher. An air purifier can help everyone in your family stay healthy.
The same particulates that can make you and your family members feel under the weather can also damage your HVAC system. They can lead to sudden breakdowns, strange noises, or high utility bills. An indoor air purifier can prevent these issues. You can have a whole-home model installed in your HVAC system’s ductwork by a professional, or you can use a smaller, more affordable portable version for just one or two rooms.
Stephen K Denny, Inc. is a Trane Comfort Specialist with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and years of heating, cooling, and indoor air quality experience. We can help you choose and install the best indoor air purifier for your home. Call us today at 561-299-3385 for outstanding service.
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