Imagine what would happen if you could see molecular particles. You would probably be a lot more disturbed when you realized just how dusty or dirty your home’s air quality was. We talk about indoor air quality a bit but sometimes it is harder to impress upon people just how important it is–if we could see the bits in the air that were swirling around, that would likely make things a lot easier on us but a bit more concerning for you.
With all that said, take a moment to think about what you might see if you did have the ability to visualize those little airborne particulates. Would you see a lot of dust? What about animal fur or pollen? Even worse, imagine being able to see bacteria or viruses. We know it isn’t a pretty picture but with the help of an indoor air quality system, that picture can improve quite a bit.
Boost Your Indoor Air Quality With an Air Purifier
One of the ways that we can help you to improve your indoor air quality is through the use of an air purification system. The idea of purifying the air in your home might sound a little strange but it is actually a great system to clean the air that you breathe in your home. But what does an air purifier do exactly? We are happy to tell you more about how these systems can help you.
Whole-Home Purifiers Are Built Into Your Ductwork
We want to start here because the placement of your purifier can be a big defining factor in how well it can help you. Portable purifiers are plugged into an outlet and help to purify the air that has already made its way into the house. In contrast, whole-home purifiers are added into your ductwork so that they can purify the air being blown through your ducts without taking up any extra floor space.
Purifiers Use Electricity or UV Light to Clean the Air
Purifiers either use electrostatic shock or ultraviolet light to clean your home’s air. Electric systems charge the particles and draw them onto a metal plate so they never make it into your home and all you have to do is have that plate cleaned regularly. UV purifiers, on the other hand, use UV light to destroy any particles to prevent their ability to grow or spread. These systems are safe for the home’s residents.
Purifiers Can Negate the Threat of Viruses, Mold, and Bacteria
While air filters capture things like dust and pollen, your air purifier can go the extra step to tackle viruses, bacteria, and mold spores. For example, a UV purifier stops viruses and bacteria from being able to reproduce thereby rendering them as harmless as dust–and that’s if the light doesn’t simply break them down and destroy them on contact.
Professional Skill Required
Air purifier installation in Coral Gables is no DIY job, nor is it something you should trust an amateur to do. If you are interested in adding an air purifier to your home, reach out to our team of professionals to get the job done right.
Contact Air On Demand today to boost your indoor air quality.
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