The air you breathe plays a large role in your overall health. Air that contains pollutants and allergens can trigger respiratory sensitivities and even cause illness – and we are talking about the air inside your home or office. At Genuine Comfort Heating & Air, we have been working for years to help home- and business owners improve their indoor air quality through installing and maintaining air filtration units.
If you or someone in your home or office has a respiratory condition, having particles floating around in the air can be especially hazardous. These pollutants can cause or worsen symptoms associated with breathing disorders such as asthma. There are a number of contaminants that can collect in your indoor air:
- Mold spores
- Dust mites
- Pet dander
Installing high-quality air filters is the best way to clean up the air you breathe. Having a high-efficiency unit is especially important. The right system can remove up to 99 percent of the allergens and deliver fresh, clean air into your home. An added benefit to these upgraded units is that many have reusable filters that require only cleaning.
Which Filter Is Right for You?
Our staff wants to ensure you are comfortable in your home. If you are considering using high efficiency air filtration, one of our team members will be happy to discuss all your options. We utilize Carrier and American Standard products, so you know you are getting the best in quality. Our technician can discuss with you the benefits of the following systems:
- High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA): The most popular, this can remove allergens, dust and other pollutants
- UV: This kills bacteria but cannot remove particles
- Ionic: This will balance charges in the air, forcing them to settle to the ground
- Flu: Our Air Filtration Systems eliminate 99% of bacteria in the air and 98% of the most common flu virus
Learn More Today
The best way to determine which air filtration unit will work best is to contact one of our specialists at Genuine Comfort Heating & Air. Not only can we recommend and install a new filter, but we can also give you advice on how to keep the unit running efficiently. To learn more, call us at (801) 915-4495 or fill out our contact form online.