Having a comfortable home goes far beyond temperature settings. The quality of air inside your home greatly affects your comfort and health. Tiny particles like mold, bacteria, and moisture can cause serious respiratory problems while other contaminants like pet dander, pollen and dust can be irritating.
Signs You Could Benefit from an Air Cleaner
If you suffer from allergies, asthma, hay fever, or consistently miss work or school, a whole home air cleaner could be life changing. Anderson Heating & Cooling can help you determine the right whole home air purification system to fit your family’s needs. Give us a call today if you experience any of the following:
Asthma or Hay Fever Symptoms
- Indoor air can contain many things that could trigger an asthma episode of coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath.
- Some common triggers in homes include dust, dust mites, animal dander, mold and mildew.
Consistently Missing Work or School Due to Respiratory Infections
- The size of allergenic mite and fungal populations in a home is directly dependent upon the relative humidity.
- Majority of adverse health effects caused by relative humidity would be minimized by maintaining indoor levels between 30 and 60%.
Combat Three Classes of Airborne Contaminants
- Particles - any substance measuring less than 100 microns in diameter is considered a particle. These particles include dust, pollen and pet dander.
- Bioaerosols and microorganisms - Microscopic organisms that grow and reproduce in warm, humid places are considered bioaerosols and microorganisms. These organisms include viruses, bacteria, mold spores, fungi and dust mites.
- Odors and chemical vapors - Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and indoor odors come from sources like cleaning supplies, solvents used in carpeting or furniture, paints, cooking smells and pet odors.
*Due to recency of outbreaks, no specific claims can be made on the effectiveness of any system on destroying or eliminating the virus commonly known as COVID-19.
Enhance Your Home's Air Quality Providing Cleaner, Healthier Air Using a Media Based Air Cleaner
If you’re not experiencing breathing or allergy problems, adding more equipment to your HVAC system probably isn’t a cost-effective response to indoor air pollution. See the recommendations below for improving indoor air quality in any home.
For those with breathing trouble, a central air purifier can be part of a broader solution to indoor air pollutants in your home.
What is a MERV rating? Minimum Efficiency Reported Value (MERV): Describes the filter’s ability to capture particles ranging from 1-16. Typical standard fiberglass filter = MERV 1
Healthy Climate Carbon Clean 16® Media Air Cleaner
*Due to recency of outbreaks no specific claims can be made on the effectiveness of any system on destroying or eliminating the virus commonly known as COVID-19.
- #1 rated professionally installed, whole-home filtration technology as rated by a leading consumer magazine
- It would take at least six of the top-rated portable room air cleaners
to equal the performance of one Healthy Climate Carbon 16 Media
Air Cleaner (MERV 16)
- Hospital inpatient care/ general surgery level filtration
- Removes 95% of particles ranging in size down to 0.3 microns
- Removes of 90% of Bioaerosols and microorganisms (like bacteria
and viruses) down to .01 micron
- Compatible with any existing HVAC system and comes with a
5-year limited warranty
Healthy Climate Carbon Clean 11® Media Air Cleaner
- MERV 11 filter removes 85% of particles such as dust, pet dander and
mold spores ranging in size down to 3 microns
- Compatible with any existing HVAC system and comes with a 5-year