The air inside your Jacksonville Beach, Florida, home is often more polluted than the air outside. Dust, dirt, pollen, pet dander, biological growth, and other contaminants can accumulate inside your house. An air purifier can remove many harmful substances and increase your family’s comfort. Here are some of the advantages of using an indoor air purifier.
Fewer Bad Smells
When an air purifier catches contaminants, it also removes many bad smells. Most have air filters similar to the one for your HVAC system. They can get rid of smoke particles so that smells from cooking or other activities won’t bother your family.
Some air purifiers can even catch microorganisms. That way, you won’t have to deal with biological growth in your ductwork, insulation, on your ceilings, or in other areas. It can often lead to unpleasant rotting or musty smells along with damage to your home. Like your HVAC filter, you should change your air purifier’s filter once per month to keep it working well.
A Healthier Home
Poor indoor air quality inside your home can lead to asthma or allergy symptoms, sore throats, eye irritation, rashes, and other health troubles. An air purifier can prevent many issues by catching contaminants. Many models can also keep illnesses like the flu from spreading by capturing viruses and bacteria. A UV air cleaner uses ultraviolet light to kill these organisms by damaging their DNA. You can use it to increase your home’s safety.
Air purifiers catch particles in the air that would otherwise end up on your floors and furniture. That way, you can dust and vacuum less.
Abaco Air Experts is a Trane Comfort Specialist with years of heating, cooling, and indoor air quality experience. We can help you choose the right air purifier for your home. For outstanding service from our skilled professionals, call us anytime at 904-201-3533.
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