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Did you know that the air inside your home is likely to be significantly more polluted than the air outside? The EPA estimates that the air inside your home can be up to 100 times more polluted than the air outside—and even worse if you have pets or a well-sealed home!
To help combat this indoor air quality problem, we offer a number of air purifiers and air cleaning systems. Our systems are designed to reduce the level of indoor air pollution, improving breathing conditions for everyone— especially for those who suffer from allergies or asthma.
We offer a number of air purification options from all leading brands, including (but not limited to):
HEPA Air Cleaners & Purifiers
HEPA air cleaners and purifiers use HEPA filters that are capable of trapping up to 99.98 percent of indoor air contaminants. HEPA air cleaners are among the most efficient air cleaners on the market—capable of removing dust, smoke, pet dander, dust mites, pollen, and other pollutants from the air. HEPA cleaners can also be fitted with UV light systems that can reduce or eliminate airborne viruses, bacteria, and fungi that are caught by the filter.
HEPA air cleaners are an excellent way to improve the indoor air quality of your home or business, but they are only highly effective in the room they are in. Before installing a HEPA air cleaner in your home, you’ll need to consider the size and strength of the unit. If the cleaner is sized improperly, it will have little effect on your indoor air quality.
If you are interested in installing HEPA air cleaners in your home or workplace, contact T.E. Spall & Son today. We will assess your needs and recommend the best HEPA air purification system for you.
Ozone-ionizing Air Purifiers
You have probably seen commercials on television advertising ionized air cleaners, but do you know how they actually work? Unlike HEPA air cleaners, ionized air purifiers do not use filters to clean your air. Instead, ozone-ionizing air purifiers create ozone that penetrates the cell structure of pollutants, odors, bacteria, and viruses—destroying them and eliminating the health risks and odors associated with them.
Ozone-ionizing air cleaners operate in one of two ways—needlepoint ionization or radio ionization. A needlepoint ionizing air purifier works by negatively charging the air that blows through the air cleaner, causing the air molecules to attach to the pollutants, dragging them down to the ground where they can be removed with a HEPA filter vacuum cleaner. Radio-ionizing air purifiers work by ionizing the air in a radius around the air cleaning unit.
Which is better? It really depends on your needs. If you are looking to reduce energy costs and only clean the air in a single room, a needlepoint air purifier will be sufficient. If you are looking to clean the air throughout your home or business, a radio-ionizing air purifier is a better selection. Radio-ionization air cleaners can work up to 50 feet or more from the unit and can often purify the air of an average sized home!
What Type of Air Purifier Should I Buy?
The decision should ultimately be determined by what you are looking for. If you seek to reduce odors in your home, an ozone-ionizer air purifier is going to be the best selection. If you are looking to clear the air of allergens, bacteria, or viruses, a HEPA air filter is a better option. For the best of both worlds, install both and pair them with high-efficiency air filters for your central HVAC system!
Why Choose T.E. Spall & Son For Air Purifier Installation & Repair?
When you choose T.E. Spall & Son for indoor air quality products, our technicians will give your home a thorough assessment to properly size it and recommend the ideal systems available.
With nearly 30 years of experience providing HVAC services in the Scranton and Wilkes-Barre, PA areas, we understand the heating needs of homes in this area as well as anyone. We’ve provided HVAC services to thousands of northeastern Pennsylvania residents, many of whom are satisfied repeat