Breath Easier with Whole House Air Cleaners

Whole house air cleaners can remove many airborne pollutants such as mold spores, pollen, smoke fumes, pet dander, dust mites, viruses, bacteria and allergens.

They are especially beneficial to people suffering from upper respiratory problems such as asthma and anyone prone to allergies.

The job of an air cleaner is to remove impurities and pollutants that exist inside the home, which are often very harmful to people's health and well-being.

With whole house cleaners, they remove harmful particles from the air making it clean, which lets people breath air that is healthier and cleaner.

Unlike room air cleaners, whole house air cleaners are larger, more powerful and work by cleaning and purifying the air throughout the entire home instead of one specific area.

Often the air in people homes contains more pollutants than the outside air so a whole house cleaner is the answer for cleaning every room in the home.

Although there are many types of air cleaners, none cleans your entire house or is as effective as a whole house air cleaner.

A contractor normally installs whole house air cleaners on your homes central heating and air conditioning system, so unlike room air cleaners, you do not see them.

When the furnace or air conditioner starts, the air cleaner runs and this cleans the contaminants in the air from each room in your home, replacing it with clean air.

Using an air cleaner has so many great benefits that everyone, particularly people living where the pollution levels are high, should have one.

For people with upper respiratory problems, allergies, sinus problems, asthma and other conditions, it is a necessity having an air cleaner.

They clean the air by first filtering it and then recycling the clean air back into your home, which reduces your chance of having an allergy attack or other breathing problems.

An electronic air cleaner catches and then filters pollutants as the air passes through your cooling or heating system. They not only capture minute impurities such as smoke, smog particles and dust but bigger particles like pet dander and mold spores.

Airborne particles receive an electric charge that the electronic air cleaner then collects, similar to a magnet. Most have an indicator light to let you know when the air cleaner cells need washing.

This is a quick, easy job because you can wash them in your dishwasher or in the sink. Whole house air cleaners are a wonderful investment because they are so important to you and your families' health.


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