Air Purifiers and Air Filters

air purifiers and cleaners
Looking for air filtration to improve the quality of air in your home?  The choices seem endless but there is always one best solution. With a little expert advice you can have the home environment and air quality you need for healthy living and breathing for your family.

The choices are many, what is best for your home and family?  The solutions can be a home hepa air purifier, hepa filter for your furnace, whole house air filter, air ionizer and maybe even a whole house humidifier can help. When looking for the best air purifier and air filtration system you want to get it right.

Air Cleaners and Purifiers

Indoor air quality is essential to your family's well-being!  Air cleaners effectively remove bacteria, pollen, animal dander and other pollutants as small as 0.01 microns.  That's 18,000 times smaller than the head of a pin.  The higher the Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV), the more efficiently the cleaner removes particles. We offer air cleaners that range from MERV 10 to MERV 15 to meet your needs.   For those families that have severe allergies, we also offer Whole House High Efficiency Particulate Arresting (HEPA) filtration systems. 

How do HEPA air purifiers work?

HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Arresting) air purifiers perform a high level of filtration, removing 99.7% of all particles greater than 0.3 micrometers in size.  Instead of acting like a seive that simply keeps larger particles from fitting through, a HEPA filter has tiny strands that the smallest particles will stick to as they are moving through the air filter for the house.  HEPA filters are often used in medical facilities and other places that require an extremely high level of filtration.

Example:  A self-contained HEPA air purifier can be very helpful for someone suffering from bad allergies or asthma.

What about an air ionizer?

Air ionizers work by distributing ions into the air that have a negative electrical charge.  Pollutants in the air will have a positive electrical charge, and this makes them want to stick to each other.  Once they do, the heavier combined particles simply fall down out of the air.

Example:  Bryant's Perfect Airâ„¢ Purifier is one of the best ionizing air purifiers.  Installed into a home with a forced air furnace, it actually kills and filters out airborne viruses, mold, and bacteria.