If the air in your East Windsor, NJ, home isn’t what it should be, it could be because it’s filled with pollutants like dust mites, bacteria, and pet dander. Not only do these pollutants make your house dirty, but they also cause respiratory and other health problems if left untreated. We care about the quality of the air you breathe, which is why we offer a variety of technologies to help clean your home’s air so you and your family can breathe easier. Contact us today to find out more!
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Signs You Need an Air Purifier
It’s crucial to your family’s health to breathe clean air inside the house, but what many people don’t realize is their indoor air is often more polluted than the air outside. Even though you may have an air filter in your East Windsor, NJ, home, it may not be powerful enough to catch everything, which is where an air purifier comes in. Watch out for these symptoms that say your indoor air is dirty.
- Allergy Symptoms: If you suffer from allergies, the symptoms are often worse when you spend time indoors because of all of the dust, pet dander, and bacteria in the air. An air purifier removes the tiniest particles to help you breathe better and reduce your allergies.
- Asthma: People with asthma know how difficult it is to live in a house with smoke, pollen, pet dander, and dust. For a healthier home, consider adding an air purifier.
- Dust Buildup: If you have significant dust buildup on the furniture, and you can’t ever seem to get rid of it, a good air purifier can help reduce the amount of dust and debris that enters your home.
- Foul Odors: If your home smells musty, it could be caused by a variety of things such as smoke, dirty diapers, or the remnants from dinner. Air fresheners only mask these odors, but air purifiers eliminate them.
Call Conway Comfort Heating & Cooling to find out how much better your indoor air can be with an air purifier installation.
How Do Air Purifiers Work?
Air purifiers are beneficial not only for people who have health problems but for everyone to get cleaner, healthier air at home. Most air purifiers work by utilizing fans to pull the air from the house into the unit and through a series of filters. The filters take out harmful particles such as dust, pollen, and bacteria. Once the particles are removed, the clean air circulates back into the house. The average air purifier takes anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours to sanitize a room; however, time depends on fan speed and the size of the room.
Even if you don’t suffer from allergies or breathing problems, adding an air purifier to your home is a good idea to keep everyone healthy.
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UV Air Sanitizer vs. Air Purifier: Which Should You Get?
Unlike air purifiers that use filters to trap dust and debris, UV air sanitizers work by using ultraviolet light to kill harmful microorganisms like mold, bacteria, and viruses. UV sanitizers are useful for those whose homes are humid and prone to mold. As mentioned above, air purifiers are ideal for those who suffer from allergies or those who want the cleanest indoor air possible.
If you’re unsure which system is best for your East Windsor home, call our experts for a recommendation.
Polarized-Media Air Cleaner - magnetically attracts particles from 200 to .3 microns in size and prevents you from breathing them in while also relieving allergy symptoms and reducing asthma attacks. It also helps protect your equipment and lower your utility bills.
UVC Germicidal Unit - Disinfects your air naturally 24 hours a day without chemicals, provides asthma and allergy relief, results in fewer cold and flu episodes and also protects your equipment and helps lower your utility bills.
UVV Germicidal/Oxidizing System - Disinfects your air naturally 24 hours a day without chemicals, provides asthma and allergy relief, results in fewer cold and flu episodes and also protects your equipment and helps lower your utility bills. This unit also controls odors and other ailments caused by gas phase contaminants.