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Air Filtration

Are you or your loved ones frequently dealing with allergy-related issues such as sneezing, nasal congestion, or itchy eyes at home? Inefficient ventilation, filtration, or cleaning may be causing you to breathe dirty air, which can seriously impact your health. Indoor allergens and pollutants can come from various sources, including dust, dust mites, mold spores, fungus, pet dander, and pollen.

Running your heating or air conditioning system causes dirt from the air in your home to be pushed through the ventilation system. When the blower from your furnace or AC turns on, tiny pollutants travel through the vents and into each room of your home and negatively impact your indoor air quality. Installing a quality air filtration system can reduce the level of airborne particles in the house and help everyone breathe easier.

How Does an Air Filtration System Work?

An air filtration system pulls air from your home and into the device through internal fans. It then captures and prevents contaminants from blowing through the vents by passing the air through a series of filters that will remove dust, pollen, and other impurities from the air before sending it back into the home. The process repeats several times every hour, allowing cleaner air to circulate. Although your HVAC system has a standard filter built-in, it is limited in trapping airborne particles. A quality air filtration device is designed to capture more of the unwanted allergens from the air, and UV air purifiers can kill mold and bacteria in your AC system by using ultraviolet light.

Benefits of Air Filtration

Here are a few of the benefits of air filtration Services:

Fewer Sicknesses and Illnesses

By removing viral contaminants from the air supply, air filtration systems are a great line of defense for maintaining good health and avoiding airborne illnesses. When the airflow in the home is producing cleaner air, that means fewer germs are being passed around during cold and flu season.

Removes Unpleasant Odors

Often the source of unpleasant odors in the home is caused by undetected contaminants in your heating and ventilation system. Masking odors with candles and air fresheners doesn’t solve the problem. A sound air filtration system will remove pollutants and unpleasant odors.

Allergy and Asthma Relief

Pollen, dust, mold spores, and pet hair and dander in the air are common triggers for allergy symptoms and asthma attacks. Installing quality air filters that remove these common pollutants can make a vital difference in the health of someone who suffers from allergies or asthma.

Improved Indoor Air Quality

An air filtration system will significantly enhance the overall indoor air quality in the home. Not only will the system help eliminate allergens and airborne contaminants, but it can also eliminate unwanted odors and chemical vapors from daily living (such as cooking, cleaning products, and paint).

When Should I Change My Air Filter?

Routine maintenance is a must to keep your air filtration system running at optimal performance. Not only does this maintain your level of indoor air quality, but it also helps the performance of your HVAC equipment. 

In order to maintain ideal indoor air quality, air filters must be changed regularly. Depending on your home’s HVAC equipment usage, air filters should be changed every three months. However, depending on the size of your home, you may need to replace your filter every month, especially if you suffer from allergies or respiratory illnesses. Once your filter becomes full, it will not be able to collect anymore debris, which is why staying on top of regular filter changes are so important. If you notice an issue with indoor air quality, Chesterfield Service can replace or service your air filtration system.

Whole Home Air Filtration Products from Chesterfield Service

If you’re looking for a boost in indoor air quality in your home, Chesterfield Service has some excellent air filtration products available that can make improving your home air quality easy. All of these systems are installed into your current duct system and provide your entire home with clean air. 

iWave Air Purifier

The iWave air purification system uses electrodes to release charged particles into the air which creates both negative and positive ions, which help get rid of pollutants in the air.

UV Lights

UV lights sanitize the air that enters your HVAC system and can inactivate airborne particles and microorganisms like mold, bacteria, and viruses. 

Air Scrubber

An air scrubber provides the same sanitizing power as UV lights, but with the ability to sanitize surfaces as well. They attract germs off of doorknobs and countertops and pull them back through the HVAC system to be filtered out of your home.

Schedule Your Air Filtration and Service Today with Chesterfield Service

You should have at least one type of air filtration system in your home to ensure the air you breathe in every day is healthy. Your desired level of thoroughness and what you want your system to clean (dust, pet hair, mold etc.) with determine the type of product that best suits your needs. Talk to our expert technicians for help deciding which type of air filtration system is best for your home. 

We’ll bring the air filtration system to your home and complete the installation process and make sure your settings will give you optimal performance from your system. With air filtration services from Chesterfield Service, you’ll be breathing healthier, more agreeable air in no time.