Autumn is here and school is back in session. Viruses are back around circulating, so it is important to keep you and your family healthy. In addition to getting enough sleep, reducing the amount of stress you’re under, and eating well, you can also use an indoor air purifier to help bolster the air quality that you’re breathing. Clean air translates to a healthier home environment that can stop the spreading of illness and germs. We are proud to carry some top-quality air purifiers that work wonderfully. Here’s how air purifiers can help your health.
Performance™ Air Purifier:
This product is one of a kind and it will work great for your entire home, not just one room. This machine replaces those old, inefficient electronic air cleaners that were previously on the market. It can kill three common pathogens and will eliminate up to 75% of airborne organisms that can cause illness. It easily works with any HVAC system can be installed quickly. It has a unique cabinet design that allows it to fit into narrow or tight spaces. So no matter where you need it, we should be able to configure it to fit your home’s specific design.
Infinity® Air Purifier:
This is a top-of-the-line machine that can clean the air in your whole home with high efficiency. It features a Capture and Kills ™ technology that catches up to 99% airborne viruses, germs, mold, and bacteria, then uses an electrical charge to kill them. It has been proven to kill 13 common pathogens can cause flu, streptococcus, measles, and the common cold. It also captures pollen, animal dander, smoke, and other air pollutants to keep the air you’re breathing as clean as possible.
This purifying system can work with any HVAC system that you already have installed in your home. It will re-purify the air up to 8 times per hour, which means you’ll notice a difference right away after it’s installed.
The air you breathe matters. It helps keep you and your family healthy, so contact us today for information on getting a new purifier installed in your home before the cold and flu season ramps up.