Indoor Air Quality

Is your indoor air quality a concern? Terry’s A/C & Heating can advise you about all of the many options that are available for cleaning the air in your home. Every HVAC system will have basic filtration, such as the disposable filters that are most commonly placed in the return air vents that require periodic replacement. But air cleaning can be as simple as adding an additional media filter replaced once a year within your system to the latest electronic air cleaners installed within your ductwork that mimic how mother nature cleans the air. Keep in mind that many of these systems may require additional maintenance to keep them operating at top efficiency.

  • Media Filter – a separate filter within your system that must be replaced 1X a year to offer an additional layer of protection from dust, pollen, mold, smoke, and other airborne contaminants.
  • UV Lights – Ultraviolet lamp, like Air Knight UV Lights, can be placed inside your indoor HVAC system at the point where the system is removing moisture from the air to reduce mold and bacterial growth and keep air cleaner.
  • Electrostatic Air Purifiers – These systems, like the Infinity® Series Air Purifier, reside within your HVAC system’s ductwork and use an electric field to capture and eliminate dust, pollen, viruses, germs, and more. Cells must be removed and washed 2X a year.
  • High-end Electrostatic Air Purifiers – Systems like the Global Plasma Solutions 2400-3 Residential Air Purifier and REME HALO®In-duct Air Purifier generates ions found in nature that both filter the air and emit ions that actively clean the air and surfaces in your home. Odors, germs, viruses, bacteria, mold, dust, dander, and more are effectively removed from the air leaving behind air cleaner than the great outdoors.

Read more about the air purification systems we commonly install. Whether you have a family member with asthma or an allergy to mold or pet dander, we can help you with air cleaning systems for your family’s health and well-being. Of course, adding any extra filtration in your home will not only improve the indoor air quality but also it will extend the life of your HVAC system. Contact us today to learn more about what air purification system might be right for your home.

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