Most homeowners understand the importance of regularly replacing the air filter in their HVAC system, but this is even more important for anyone who suffers from allergies. Without the right filter, some harmful contaminants such as dirt, pollen, and pet fur will make it through and continuously circulate throughout the home, aggravating symptoms. If you experience allergies, whole-home hypoallergenic filters block an elite percentage of allergens to provide peace of mind in your home. Here’s a closer look.
Why Choose a Whole-Home Hypoallergenic Air Filter?
1. Reduced Allergy Symptoms
A whole-home hypoallergenic system is specifically designed to capture a high level and wide range of contaminants in your home’s indoor air. This feature has a layered design that gives it more surface area than traditional filters and uses an electrostatic charge to attract particles as they pass through the system. This makes it more effective at keeping dust, dirt, pollen, and other allergens out of the air you breathe.
2. Wide Protection
Unlike portable solutions that capture contaminants from individual rooms, a whole-home system cleans the air everywhere. You’ll experience improved air quality regardless of where you are in the home. It also saves you money when compared to having to purchase, set up, and maintain multiple portable filtration units.
3. Higher Energy Efficiency
When the HVAC system becomes littered with dust and other airborne particles, it forces the air conditioner or heater to work harder to push the air through the ductwork. This reduction in efficiency raises the cost of operation and can cause the unit to need repairs or a replacement sooner. By capturing all this debris at the source, the whole-home filter is able to keep the entire system operating more efficiently.
4. Less Noticeable Presence
Using portable air purifiers in various rooms throughout the home is an effective way to increase air quality, but they have their downsides. Not only do they take up space in each room, but they also tend to make noises as they operate, making them very noticeable. Whole-home filters, however, are installed within the system and are undetectable.
If you want to reduce allergy symptoms caused by your HVAC system, schedule a hypoallergenic air filter installation from the experts at Comfort Tech Heating and Air Conditioning in Thomasville, NC. For more than 25 years, they’ve helped local homeowners with a variety of HVAC issues, and they’ll match you with the perfect filtration system to fit your needs. Mention their website to receive $20 off your service, and if you refer anyone who gets equipment installed or replaced, you’ll receive a $50 Visa® check card. Schedule a free estimate by calling (336) 472-5858 or learn more online.