Every single HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) system will have some level of air purification method. Often this is a filter that has air pushed past it to capture dust and pollutants. When choosing a filter, you must select the highest quality one that will work with your system and replace them regularly (every 2-3 months; or sooner if you notice a lot of pollutants).

Aside from basic filters, other air purification methods include high-quality filters that are rated MERV15 or above, UV light systems, Air Scrubbers®, or even Pure Air Systems®. Each of these methods has its pros and cons. When deciding which works for you, consider your specific needs and, with the help of one of our skilled technicians, create a system that works for you and with you.

Having a Good Purification System in Place Can:
  • Purify air, remove VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), and significantly reduce any dust particles and odors
  • Reduce exposure to common viruses and bacteria, thus keeping your family healthier.
  • Protect against common allergens and asthma-triggering contaminants
  • Help reduce the number of common colds and flu outbreaks

If you or your family deal with allergies, such as dust mites, pet dander, or pollen, or have a compromised immune system. You may want to consider investing in an air purification system.