The area around Simpsonville, SC, is beautifully lush and green. While this is pleasant to look at, the air is full of allergens and other contaminants that make their way into your home. Here are five reasons you should consider investing in an air purifier.
#1: Fewer HVAC Repairs
Many of the airborne contaminants floating through your home make their way into your HVAC system. Most of these get caught by your air filter, but they can still cause less air to flow through your system. This airflow restriction strains your system, leading to premature component failures and additional air conditioning repairs.
#2: Less Cleaning
More contaminants in your air mean more cleaning around your home. These particles eventually settle across the flat surfaces as part of your household dust. They also occupy your carpet and are visible in the buildup around your vents.
#3: Fewer Allergic Reactions
Many of the airborne contaminants that make their way in from outside are allergens. This causes many people to suffer from hay fever, which includes a runny and stuffy nose, watery eyes and more. An air purifier renders these allergens inert and removes them before they have a chance to wreak havoc on your body.
#4: Less Odor
You probably have something in your home to help make it smell good and mask unpleasant odors. They are annoying at a minimum regardless of whether pets, garbage, food, or something in the environment causes them. Many air purifiers neutralize particles causing these odors and then removes them from the air with an activated charcoal filter.
#5: Fewer Asthma Triggers
Natural contaminants, chemicals, VOCs. and various biological particles are a trigger for many asthma sufferers. An air purifier can render many of these particles inactive and help remove them before they have a chance to trigger an attack.
Know that your family will be able to breathe more easily while helping your HVAC system run more efficiently. Call to schedule your indoor air quality consultation with the experts at Sanders Home Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning today.
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