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Your home is the one place, in the world, where you can actually control the air you breathe.

Whole House Air Purifier

We’re not talking about a small single room glorified air filter; those don’t do nearly enough. What you need is the latest technology, dual active air purification that provides a complete solution for your business.

Once installed, there’s nothing more to do. Every time your HVAC system runs, it will be filtering the air while actively cleaning it. The active air scrubbers will also help clean every surface!

Talk to a local professional to get details on the best solution for your home.

how it all works

Bi-Polar Ionization provides your air with millions of both positive AND negative ions that encourage particles in the air to stick together. This process makes the particles bigger and much easier to filter.
The center of this device uses UV light energy combined with a 5-metal, quint-metallic core, and purifies the air with pro-active air scrubbers. This process produces aerosolized hydrogen peroxide. Similar to Mother Nature’s way of cleansing the air naturally and creating a healthy environment.

We’ve been here for years talking about the importance of indoor air quality for homes and businesses.
The air indoors can be up to 5x worse than the air outside. And that’s in normal conditions.


Most frequent questions and answers

Well, as a matter of fact, yes they do… but most stand-alone air purifiers will usually do one thing well. For example, HEPA will excel at capturing airborne particles, but not odors. Activated carbon tech will excel at removing pollutants, but not allergens.

For optimal performance, a system that has both a high-rated air filter that captures AND a purifier that actively clears indoor air of odors, pollutants, viruses and bacteria is what you really want. The best part is, this technology exists, and we have it.

Maybe you’ve heard that air purifiers kill viruses – but that can be misleading. Some devices capture viruses, while others actually kill it. For the best performance, you want both.

  1. With a quality HEPA filter installed, you’ll have hospital-grade filtration capturing particulates before they get recirculated in your home.
  2. The active air purifier uses aerosolized hydrogen peroxide to actually kill germs. 

Air purifiers are generally great for your health. However, there are some things you should be aware of.

  1. Some air purifiers produce ozone. Ozone is a toxic gas with vastly different chemical and toxicological properties from oxygen. Relatively low amounts can cause chest pain, coughing, shortness of breath, and throat irritation. That’s why the devices that use this method to control indoor pollution are not recommended. You can read more from the EPA here.
  2. An air purifier needs good filtration to function optimally. For a personal air purifier that means replacing the filters regularly per manufacturer guidelines. For a whole-house air purifier that means cleaning or replacing your system’s return air filter.
Guess what? Your poor indoor air quality didn’t just happen overnight. In fact, there are usually a series of events that led to it. That’s why neglecting upkeep and maintenance on your HVAC system, forgetting to replace your filters and not getting your ducts cleaned – are typically where most IAQ problems start. Next, let’s add a lack of fresh air, a water leak, high humidity, or contaminated outdoor air pulled indoors to the mix. You see, it’s easy to get there when you do nothing.

HEPA filters are the best for capturing pollutants and help improve your air quality. That said, the next thing you have to look at is the MERV rating.

The higher the MERV the more pollutants it captures and the harder it is on your cooling and heating system’s airflow. Deciding what filter is right for your home or office should be based on your cooling and heating system AND your space. Don’t guess – Consult an indoor air specialist.

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