Originally published in June 2017, updated March 2020.
From dust to pollen to mold, there’s a virtually endless list of allergens that can contaminate your home’s supply of clean air. Whether your Garland, Texas, household suffers from allergies or you’re simply looking for a way to improve your home’s indoor air quality, whole-house air purifiers can help. Find out how these HVAC add-on components work and how one could benefit your home.
Filter Out Seasonal Allergens With Air Purifiers
If you or your family members suffer from seasonal allergies, you might be dealing with sneezing and sniffling all the way from spring to fall. While you can’t avoid the tree, flower, or weed pollen outdoors, you can certainly eliminate it from your home.
At Willard Heating and Air Conditioning, we recommend whole-house air purifiers for allergy sufferers because these devices do so much more than an air filter or a portable air cleaner can. Whole-house air purifiers work seamlessly with your HVAC system, removing pollen and other seasonal allergens from the air supply throughout your home.
Eliminate Mold and Dust
Seasonal allergens are annoying enough, but if you deal with year-round allergies to mold, dust, or pet dander, you need an effective solution that leaves no room in your home untouched. An advanced model like the Lennox Healthy Climate Carbon Clean 16 Media Air Cleaner does that and more. It removes 95 percent of particles from the air, including bacteria and viruses, which means you can breathe easily in any season.
We also carry a full line of Trane indoor air quality products. One of Trane’s most popular indoor air cleaners is the CleanEffects™ Air Cleaner. This air cleaner uses patented air cleaning technology that removes up to 99.98% of airborne allergens as small as .1 micron. This makes it 8 times more effective than the best HEPA room filter and up to 100 times more effective than a standard 1-inch filter.
Increase HVAC Efficiency
A whole-house air purifier does more than just improve your air quality. It can also prevent airborne particles from entering your HVAC system, which can slow things down and lead to breakdowns. As a result, you can look forward to a more efficient HVAC system that lasts even longer than you might have expected.
Keep your family healthy and give your air conditioner a boost with a whole-house air purifier. Call Willard Heating and Air Conditioning today to learn about our indoor air quality solutions: 972-395-5139.
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