Today’s homes are more airtight. This means the home’s inhabitants are breathing more of the same air. This isn’t helpful when someone in the home is sick. Germs and harmful organisms are more easily spread from one person to another. The best way to cut down on respiratory illnesses at home is to improve the circulation of clean air. But, during the cold winter months or hot months of Summer, this is often not very practical.
If you would like to improve the environment inside your home, consider installing an active pure air scrubber in your HVAC system. This is a new technology that uses light waves to clean the air in your system, making the air from the system easier to breathe for the home’s inhabitants.
If anyone in the home suffers from asthma or allergies having an air scrubber is a good idea. It helps reduce or eliminate the molds and other organisms that can grow in the heating and air system when dust and debris accumulate. It can cut down in pet hair and dander as well. This helps extend the life of the HVAC system by keeping dust and debris away from working parts, allowing them to operate as efficiently as possible.
In most homes, opening windows and allowing fresh air can remedy some issues, such as improving air quality. Today’s new building materials can also release VOCs, which can contribute to respiratory issues. When it’s too hot or cold, opening windows is not an option and in some areas, the air quality is too poor to take a chance.
An air scrubber can reduce the VOCs circulating in the home, making it easier to breathe and providing a fresh, clean environment for the people who live in the home.
Installing an active pure air scrubber makes sense for many homes. It improves the inside air quality. This helps ease suffering for those who are prone to asthma, allergies, or frequent colds. The lightwave technology is even said to reduce or eliminate the spread of SARS-COV-2, the virus associated with the recent pandemic.
By reducing pet dander and hair, the HVAC system can work free of disruptions for years to come. Children are likely to suffer from fewer colds and respiratory viruses. Those with allergies and asthma may find they can sleep better at night when an air scrubber is installed. It is an investment that may well be worth the cost, in terms of improved health and a better home environment.