Remove pollutants, contaminants, and allergens, from your home’s air with a whole-home air purifier. When you use an air purifier, you’ll feel more refreshed in your home, and the high air quality from your air purifier may have health benefits, especially for those who have breathing conditions.
There are two general kinds of air purifiers, those that use UV filtering and those that use small, physical filters. Purifiers that use UV light direct a beam of light at the air to kill off mold spores, bacteria, and viruses in the air. This is beneficial to make your air healthier and reduce the likelihood that mold will grow in your home.
Another type of air purifier uses two air filters to remove all kinds of things from your air. The second filter is so small that these purifiers can catch incredibly small contaminants in the air, including cigarette smoke, allergens, pet dander, bacteria, viruses and mold spores.
Some air purifiers also have carbon filters, which absorb smells and other things that can be difficult to filter out of the air, such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs). VOCs can be very harmful to your health, but they are released by common household objects, such as furniture.
Choosing a whole home air purifier can remove the contaminants faster and from a larger volume of air from your home. Your home’s air will be purified with a professional installation from Anchor Home Comfort. Our contractors have all necessary licenses and certifications to professionally install your air purification system. We’re committed to excellent customer service through ongoing training and technical excellence.
Whole-home air purifiers can benefit your whole home in all of these ways:
During your allergy season, even your home can be uncomfortable. Remove allergens from your air before they have the chance to trigger your allergies.
Stale air, mildew, and other smells can also be significantly reduced with air purifiers.
While dusting just spreads dust around the house, good air purifiers can actually remove dust from your house.
Those who have breathing conditions, from asthma to COPD, can benefit from air purifiers to help lessen certain symptoms and reduce the irritation your lungs feel.
Many skin issues may be triggered or exacerbated by poor air quality. You can get some relief from your symptoms with whole-home air purification.
Once you have the perfect home furnace for your family, you can take care of a few simple jobs to keep it running evenly and efficiently for a long time.
Thinking about getting an air purifier for one room or for your whole home? Our expert team can help you get better quality air in your whole home. Reach out to us at Anchor Home Comfort to explore your air purifier options and learn more.Request Maintenance