Indoor air pollutants are hazardous, unwanted air born materials. Indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental health risks in the United States. Usually the best way to address this problem is to control the sources of the indoor pollutants, and to ventilate a home with clean outdoor air on a regular basis. The practice of regularly venting your home may, however, be limited by harmful weather or unwanted levels of contaminants contained in the outside air. If you are not able to achieve these methods, an indoor air cleaning device may be useful to achieve optimal indoor air quality. Indoor Air cleaning devices are intended to remove airborn materials from indoor air. Some air cleaning devices are designed to be installed inside the duct work of a home’s central heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system to clean the air in the entire home. An alternative option is a portable room air cleaner which can be used to clean the air in a single room or specific area, but they are not intended for whole-house indoor air filtration. The following pages will provide information on different types of air cleaning devices and how they work.
Below are three models that Now Heating and Air recommend. Please feel free to contact one of our home comfort advisors for a free estimate!
Air Purifiers Tune & Service Checklist
Air Purifiers Preventative Maintenance & Your Air Purifier Warranty Coverage.