As the saying goes, a clean home is a happy home. Well, that starts with the air you’re breathing. Clean, high-quality indoor air is vital to keeping you and your family healthy (and happy). Adding an in-duct air purification system to your HVAC system is one of the best ways to improve air quality.
For most homes, it’s usually the tiny parts that create costly and inconvenient issues with your heating and cooling system. One of these small parts that plays a large role in proper system functioningis the air filter.
Here in south Florida, having a well-running AC unit isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity. But, air conditioners do more than just cool the air in your home, they “condition” it—meaning the filters work to remove allergens and a variety of pollutants from the air in your home. A well-maintained unit with regularly cleaned or replaced filters will reduce indoor pollution, which is a major health benefit, particularly for those who suffer from seasonal allergies or asthma. However, a system that isn’t regularly maintained and runs with a dirty filter can actually do more harm than good.