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Purify the Air in Your Home with the Best Tools


Today’s high-quality windows, doors, and building materials help keep our homes very well protected from the elements. However, as air re-circulates through the HVAC system day after day, indoor air quality may decrease due to particle buildup, seasonal pollen, dust and other elements.

To ensure you and your family are breathing the cleanest air inside your home, consider installing an air purifier.

What Are Air Purifiers?
As their name describes, air purifiers are high-efficiency particulate absorbing (HEPA) filtration systems that capture particles from the air as they pass through a series of filters or other purification mechanisms, and then release the cleaned air back into the room. Some of the pollutants they are designed to capture are dust, pet dander, pollen, smoke, airborne viruses, mold spores, allergens, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

How to Select the Right Air Purifier for Your Home
Selecting the right air purifier for your home should be based on your family’s needs and the space that needs to be purified. When choosing an air purifier, ask yourself the following questions:

  • What is the size of the space that will need purification solutions? Most air purifiers specify the area they can actively clean; therefore, ensure you are aware of the size specifications of the space.
  • What type of filtration technology will I want to incorporate in my home? Look at the insights we provided and perform further research, if needed, on the available air purification technologies. The answer to this question will also be impacted by the type of contaminants you encounter at home, such as odors and gases, versus pet dander and dust.
  • What kind of maintenance does the air purification system require? While some systems may only require the change out of a filter occasionally, other methods may require updates in electric parts and more. When considering maintenance and overall costs, answering this question will help you narrow down the list of solutions.
  • What additional features does that system have? Consider what kinds of extra features you can obtain from your air purification system, from energy efficiency features to Wi-Fi connectivity, timers, and more.

Call an Expert
Investing in tools that help keep your indoor air quality at its best can positively impact your overall health and comfort. Whether you have all the answers or are still trying to figure out what air purification is best for your home, you can always count on the support of our experts at E. Smith.

We deliver the most cutting-edge air purifiers, independently tested and capable of trapping and killing pathogens up to .3 microns – including allergens, mold and other pathogens that can trigger asthma and aggravate allergies.

  • The Infinity Air Purifier is designed for use in the return air duct of a forced air heating, cooling, and ventilation system. The Infinity Air Purifier both captures and kills airborne viruses, bacteria, mold spores, and allergens. It combines superior filtration efficiency MERV 15, with pathogen-killing technology to deliver maximum air purification.
  • Ultraviolet (UV) Lamps are installed in the air stream near the cooling coil to help kill, mold spores, bacteria and fungi that stick to its damp surfaces. The buildup of these contaminants can reduce system performance and lead to the release of harmful mold spores and unpleasant odors into your home.

To learn more, make an appointment with our team members here.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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