The air in your Punta Gorda, FL, home could be up to five times more polluted than the outdoor air. Breathing in particles, germs, allergens and odors puts your health and well-being at risk. If you have allergies, asthma or another breathing problem, inhaling polluted air could worsen your symptoms. Consider these reasons to install an Air Knight air purification system in your home:
Reduce Biological Contaminants
Firstly, if you’re worried about the spread of bacteria or viruses in your home, the UV-C technology in the Air Knight air purification system provides you with peace of mind. This advanced metal ion oxidation technology inactivates bacteria and viruses, including germs that cause the common cold, influenza, pneumonia and other illnesses. The system works 24/7. As a result, it sanitizes your home’s air thoroughly.
This air purifier removes pollen, pet dander, dust and other common allergens from your home’s air. The Air Knight air purification system’s air filter has a minimum efficiency reported value (MERV) rating of 11. This type of filter captures Legionella bacteria, dust and microbial. You can also upgrade the filter to one with a MERV rating of 15. These filters capture even smaller particles, including sneeze droplets. By removing these particles, the Air Knight also keeps the coils of your HVAC system cleaner. As a result it extend the unit’s lifespan.
Remove Odors and Particles
Finally, painting, using aerosol sprays and burning candles all release odors and tiny particles into your home’s air. The Air Knight captures them with its combination of electrostatic filtration and pleated mechanical filter. If odors trigger your allergies or asthma, you’ll breathe easier.
An Air Knight air purification system restores optimal indoor air quality to your home, helping you feel better and extending the lifespan of your heating and cooling system. With fewer allergens, particles and germs in your home’s air, you won’t get sick as often. To learn more about Air Knight air purification systems and other indoor air quality solutions, call Executive Cooling and Heating.
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