Air Purifiers: The Secret to Healthy Indoor Air

Did you know that your indoor air can actually be more polluted than the air outside? It’s true—unless you have air purifiers on your side. ComfortAire Heating Cooling Fireplaces specializes in installing and maintaining these solutions. Discover more about them and how they can reduce indoor pollution below (and call us in Wisconsin Rapids to discuss installation).

How Does an Air Purifier Work?

woman relaxing on couchAir purifiers are designed to eliminate pollutants from your air. By using UV lamps that emit negative ions, purifiers kill up to 99 percent of airborne pathogens like dirt, dust, and even certain viruses and bacteria.

Air purifiers are often mistaken for air cleaners, and understandably so—both are built to filter contaminants out of your air. They just do so differently: Cleaners capture and trap pollutants as they flow through your ducts while purifiers eliminate them completely.

Why an Air Purifier Is Needed for Your Home

Prevents Airborne Diseases

Air purifiers can capture and kill certain airborne viruses, which helps reduce the chance of you or your family getting sick.

Soothes Allergies

Some airborne contaminants like dirt, dust, and pollen are also allergy triggers. By removing them, air purifiers can help you breathe easier—and even help reduce asthma symptoms.

Eliminates Odors and Smoke Particles

Pollutants like mold and mildew are not only harmful to your health—they can also make your home smell bad. By running alongside your heating and cooling systems, an air purifier can make your home smell and feel fresher.

ComfortAire’s Experts Can Keep Your Indoor Air Clean and Healthy

Air purifiers are a great way to quietly and effectively help you relax with better home comfort. So if you’re ready for healthy air, contact our Bryant® experts today.

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