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Pollutants. Dust. Bacteria. Irritants that invade your space and can aggravate your eyes, nose and lungs. Particles that live—and lurk—inside your home. Freaked out yet? Well, the good news is that there’s a whole-home solution we can offer you that works alongside your HVAC system…

With respiratory illnesses as the number one concern of 2020, air purifiers (instruments that remove dirt and sanitize and clean your indoor air) are becoming a home owner’s biggest necessity.

What is an air purifier and how does it differ from an air filtration system?

An air purifier sanitizes the air you live and breathe in by destroying the bacteria present in your home. Purifiers exist to remove those airborne particles that can be toxic and harmful to your health. Beyond the dirt and grime that exist in your home, there are airborne particles that cannot be seen. By sanitizing and cleaning the air you live in, you can make your home a healthier, more hygienic environment.

Purifiers can come in all makes and models and can be a stand-alone machine or may be incorporated to work in tandem with your HVAC system, cleaning the air throughout your entire house. These are the types of air purifiers that we offer at Jennings Heating and Cooling.

Air purifiers differ from filtration systems in that they not only clean and refresh the indoor air, but sanitize your living spaces as well. Home air filtration systems work to remove dust and dander particles by trapping them in a filter. The key difference between the two types of units is that a purifier sanitizes and decontaminates your indoor air in addition to removing the dirt and dander particles, while an air filter just traps the dirt and dander.

Widely used in hospitals and health care systems, air purifiers are increasingly becoming popular for in-home use for their promotion of clean indoor living.

How does an air purifier work and what does it actually do for your home?

Air purifiers work by seeking and destroying viruses and bacteria that live in the air and on surfaces inside your home. There are several different technologies that make air purifiers effective. Certain models use ionization and ultraviolet light to disinfect the surrounding air. This technology uses bi-polar ions that attract germy particles and when they combine, the germ and dust fragments cease to exist.

Reflective electromagnetic energy is an additional method used in air purifiers. This advanced technology uses electromagnetic energy cells to form ionized hydroperoxides. When these two meet together, a vapor is formed and safely destroys bacteria while neutralizing odors.

Whether your air purifier uses ultraviolet light, magnetic energy, or a different type of technology, air purifiers are an incredibly safe and effective way to boost your health and wellbeing in your own home. If you suffer from asthma, allergies or any type of respiratory illness, an air purifier is a must.

Could you and your family benefit from a whole-house air purification system?

From families to individuals, babies to young adults to seniors, everyone can benefit from a whole-house air purification system. Designed to improve air quality, for anyone who lives with a smoker, have pets, or suffer from asthma or allergies, an in-home air purification system can greatly improve the quality of living in your home.

“It’s been one year since I’ve been allergy and asthma free, thanks to this wonderful invention. I feel healthy again without meds or allergy shots.”
—Jane & Tony G.

In addition to all the many health benefits and increased air improvement, having an in-home air purifier will greatly improve the scent of your home. For pet owners especially, the aroma in your home may sometimes be less than pleasant; having an air purifier cleanse the air quality and sanitation in your home is a must.

With remarkable improvements to respiratory health, a reduction in troublesome smells, and a lot less dust to deal with, air purifiers add a tremendous amount of benefits to your home and your family.

Read more on the benefits of installing an air purification system.

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If you’ve been considering adding air purification to your home, your best choice is a whole-house air purifier that works alongside your HVAC system. Contact us today to learn more about our selection of whole-house air purifiers, or to set up a consultation!