Air Purification Sterilizes & Destroys Biological & Chemical Contaminants Improving Indoor Air Quality
The process of air purification is important, but sometimes overlooked – after all, we do have a tendency to ignore what we can’t see, and many of the contaminants and pollutants that could cause adverse health effects are invisible.
Having an air purifier in your home, however, will eliminate these contaminants and pollutants and help improve indoor air quality, keeping your home healthier and safer.
The Effects of Poor Indoor Air Quality
Poor indoor air quality, caused by air pollution, can be a major issue for residents of your home. In fact, the air inside a home is often more polluted than the air outside of it, since the home is a closed environment. This pollution can cause issues such as:
- Respiratory conditions
- Bodily irritations
These issues can be worse for individuals with allergies, asthma, hay fever and other breathing difficulties. It can also have negative effects on special treasures, such as extensive woodwork, antiques and artwork. That’s why air cleaning is so important.
How Does Air Purification Work?
Air purification occurs as air passes through an ultraviolet light, keeping the air in your home safe by killing germs and getting rid of odours and chemicals included in certain volatile organic compounds (VOC), such as paint thinners, glues, and pesticides. Eliminating germs, VOCs and other chemicals in the air reduces the risk of illness caused by poor indoor air quality.
Choose Air Treatment ClimateCare for the Best UV Air Purifier for Your Home
If you’re looking to improve the quality of air in your home, the experts at Air Treament ClimateCare can help find the best air purifier for you. Here are a few of the products offered by Air Treatment:
- SANUVOX SR+ – In-Duct UV Air Treatment System for homes up to 2,000 sq.ft.
- SANUVOX R+ – In-Duct UV Air Treatment System for homes up to 4,000 sq. ft.
Not Sure Which UV Air Purifier is Right for your Home?
You can count on the ClimateCare team to provide you with an air purifier that meets your needs. Contact Air Treatment ClimateCare to learn more.