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AIR PURIFICATION – Indoor Air Quality – Filtration – Air Filters- UV Lights – Media Filters

 If you suffer from allergies or asthma, this page will give you vital information on options for your indoor air quality.

 

Normal filtration

Normal filtration

There are a lot of options out there for air purification. We will try to give you the high notes on the most common solutions. First, there is the regular filter we are all familiar with. These are an inch wide and catch the big stuff your blower pulls in. They mainly keep the unit itself clean, and do a reasonable job of filtering the air.

 

Recommended for all systems

Recommended for all systems

The next option is a four to ten inch wide Media filter. With this type of filter we actually begin to purify the air and remove allergens, pet dander, and bacteria. We suggest every system have at least this type installed. They are relatively cheap, and the filter will normally last a year before needing replacement

 

 

Outstanding air purification

Outstanding air purification

The next type is U.V. <Ultraviolet> Lights. These lights, in conjunction with a media filter, will ensure  that the air you breath is as clean as possible. It is installed inside the indoor unit and purifies the air as it cycles through. For people with allergies, asthma, or the elderly, this option will give you outstanding results.

Adds moisture to the air

Adds moisture to the air

If you find your sinuses or skin being dried out during winter, a humidifier is what you will want. The normal heating cycle will naturally remove a certain amount of moisture from the air. Humidifiers are designed to put back that moisture, and keep you comfortable. They are easy to install and we recommend these for anyone who suffers from being dried out.

Based in Lakewood, and serving the Long Beach, California area.

 

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