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How Does a Whole House Air Cleaner Work?

It should come as no surprise to hear that, on average, Americans spend more than 90% of their time indoors. Making the quality of the air you breathe during your time spent indoors is extremely important to the health of you and your family.

If you want the highest quality air for your family, it is important to take certain steps with your home’s air system. An effective way to do so is to have a whole house air cleaner installed. Whole house air cleaners do a great job of purifying the air in an effort to rid it of harmful contaminants.

If you plan on having a whole house air cleaner installed, do it with a trained and professional company. At Evergreen Heating & Cooling, we have specialized indoor air quality technicians who take pride in serving the families of central Texas families with their heating, cooling and indoor air quality needs. Contact us today to have a whole house air purifier or whole house air cleaner installed directly to your HVAC system.

What Does a Whole House Air Cleaner Do?

The efficiency of how a whole house air cleaner operates makes it stand out to portable air filtration systems. A whole house air cleaner does more than just purify the air in a single room; it connects directly to your home’s already installed ductwork or traditional HVAC system. This allows the system to provide coverage for your entire home, not just a single room.

Whole home air cleaners and whole house air purifiers use a sophisticated set of filters to capture unwanted particles in the air that your HVAC system simply can not. It is able to help eliminate bacteria and viruses in your home’s air before they become a problem.

Signs You Need a Whole House Air Cleaner

Whether you are living in a newer or older home, there are things to look for that could indicate you should have a whole house air cleaner installed in your home.

  • Your house is dusty. One way to tell if your house is producing an abundance of dust is to check your air vents. If there is visible dust in your vents, it could start to affect the quality of air in your home.
  • The air in your home feels “stuffy.” Stale air is often a sign that the indoor air quality is not what it should be. A whole house air cleaner system helps to keep that dust buildup to a minimum and keeps the quality of your air high.
  • If you ever notice an odd odor coming from your vents, it is almost never a good sign of the quality of the air inside your house. Materials that cause these types of smells have the potential to be toxic, so call an experienced HVAC technician as soon as you can.

Contact Evergreen for Indoor Air Quality Services

The safety and comfort of your home is something that everyone at Evergreen Heating and Cooling takes extremely seriously. We understand the importance of the air you and your family breathe, and we do not take serving our community lightly.

Your home is one of your most valuable assets, so don’t trust just anyone to do work on it. Make sure you are being taken care of by a company that puts you and your home’s needs first. Here at Evergreen Heating & Cooling, we pride ourselves on our prompt response time, knowledgeable technicians and exceptional customer care.

If you plan on having any heating or cooling services done in your home, contact Evergreen Heating & Cooling. Simply fill out our online form, or call us at 254-306-0393 today!

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