Whole House Air Purifier
COMPLETE EFFICIENCY SERVICES OFFERS A SOLUTION FOR YOUR ENTIRE HOME
Breathe clean with our innovative central air filtration system which will purify air in your entire home, office, or school throughout the day. This powerful system eliminates 99.97% of all airborne particles, leaving you only healthy, clean and fresh air. The HVAC air system would be a good option if you:
- Already have a central air system in your home
- You have an area to filter greater than 2,000 square ft.
- You are concerned about viruses, bacteria and allergens in the air
Truly Clean Air
Our recommended system uses an 18-lb carbon filter that absorbs airborne chemicals, viruses, bacteria, noxious gases and odors. HEPA filter traps 99.97% of particles, even the smallest of particles (0.3 microns), which can be the most harmful of all!
Clean Air Delivery
Clean air is passed through your heating and cooling system and supplied back into your home.
Most of us consider good health a top priority. However, we don’t often think about indoor air quality. This benign neglect could put our health at risk. According to the federal Environmental Protection Agency, the air inside can be at minimum 2 to 5 times more polluted than outside.
An HVAC air purifier can help promote better health by improving air quality in your home and workplace. So, what exactly does a whole home air purifier do?
An HVAC air purifier = fresh air
While ordinary paper filters in many central air systems help remove dust from the air, these basic filters do not remove tiny particles that can harm your health. HVAC air purifier systems, which are installed in your ductwork, remove dust, mold, bacteria and viruses from the air circulated throughout your space by your HVAC system.
How you benefit from an HVAC air purifier
Is the installation of an HVAC air purifier worth it? If breathing clean air is a priority for you, then it certainly is. For allergy and asthma suffers and those with chronic respiratory problems, the installation of an air purifier should be an even stronger consideration.
Here are some of the things an HVAC air purifier can do for your home or business:
- Trap bacteria and viruses to prevent the spread of germs and illnesses
- Trap pet dander and other allergens
- Block dust mites/dust
- Remove dangerous volatile organic compounds from the air
- Neutralize smoke from your fireplace or from smoked tobacco products
- Remove unpleasant odors emanating from places like stoves, ovens and trash cans
When should you consider getting a whole home air purifier?
Have you done your best to maintain a dust-free, clean environment but still suffer from allergies and other respiratory ailments? Consider installing an HVAC air purifier. If there is a smoker in the house, adding an HVAC air purifier would be a wise investment in your health. Minimizing exposure to the Covid-19 virus is also a wonderful benefit.
Businesses using volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are prime candidates for an HVAC air purifier (such as salons, furniture refinishing businesses, print shops, dry cleaners and auto body repair shops). Just about any business where cleaning chemicals or printers are used, there will be VOCs in the air.
Types of HVAC air filtration systems
Not all air purifiers do the same thing. Here’s a primer on the different types to help you choose what’s right for your space.
One of the most common types of an HVAC air purifier system utilizes a heavy-duty HEPA (High Energy Particulate Air Filters) filter to trap the largest particles like dust. HEPA filters can trap more than 99-percent of airborne particles .3 microns and larger in size from entering your breathing space.
Carbon Activated Filters
A carbon activated filter is a good choice for VOC, smoke, and odor removal. These filters contain tiny absorbent pores to trap contaminants as they pass through the filter.
HVAC ultraviolet light air purifier
Ultraviolet technology is often used in conjunction with HEPA air purifiers. While the HEPA filter will capture larger particles, an HVAC ultraviolet air purifier can kill tiny microorganisms, such as bacteria, using rays of UV light.
Electrostatic air purifiers
Many HVAC air purifiers also contain electrostatic fields to capture microscopic particles as small as .1 micron in size, including viruses. Electrostatic air purifiers clean the air by using static electricity. An electrostatic charge is generated by air flowing through a network of static-prone fibers. The static charge traps airborne particles until the filter is washed.
Ionizing air purifiers
An ionizing air purifier introduces negatively-charged particles that attract positively-charged air pollutants. As the particles group together, they become too heavy and fall from the air and attach to surfaces.