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Get an Air Purifier Installed in Your Home

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016

The latest round of wildfires here in Southern California serves as a grim reminder of the importance of clean air in your home, and while the blazes have at last been contained, the ash and pollutants in the air may have affected you our your family down here in Los Angeles, CA. The best solution during future wildfires, or anytime the air outside isn’t as clear as we’d like, is an electronic air purifier installed in your home. 

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Improve Indoor Air Quality and Stop Allergies in their Tracks

Monday, November 16th, 2015

The solution is an electronic air purifier installed in your home in the air ducts, which can create a much cleaner and healthier household environment for you. It makes a surprisingly easy way to improve indoor air quality and stop allergies in their tracks.

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Is an Air Purifier Right for Your Home?

Friday, August 8th, 2014

The modern home is built with energy efficiency in mind, which keeps your energy bills low. This is a good thing. You would not want your heated air to go straight through the exterior walls during the winter, nor would you want that hot summer air coming in during the summer. But that efficiency may come at the cost of your indoor air quality. If you find that your indoor air is chock-full of airborne contaminants and pollutants that are beginning to affect the health of your family, then you may want to look beyond portable air filters and purifiers and instead opt for a whole house air purifier.

Whole house air purifiers are so-called because they integrate directly within your ducted heating and cooling system, be it a heat pump or a combination of central air with a furnace. There are numerous makes and models on the market today and you should always decide on which one works for you only after consulting with a professional, but air purifiers have a number of advantages over conventional air filters.

Perhaps chief among them is that they require very little to zero maintenance. While filtering mediums such as fiberglass or carbon need to be cleaned out every once in a while in order to remove debris that can block airflow, air purifiers work a bit differently. They operate by giving noxious particles an electrostatic charge that causes them to adhere to a collector plate (or cell) within the device. They are thus removed from circulating throughout your indoor air, and the result is clean air without any of the airflow efficiency issues associated with conventional filters.

Are you ready for cleaner air? If so, then an air purifier makes for a great addition to your home. It’s never a bad idea to pursue air purification, but it’s important to work with an expert who can guide you through the various system makes and models to find you a unit that matches your needs. We can do just that. Call us today to schedule indoor air quality service in Los Angeles with AZ Air Conditioning and Heating.

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