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Do Air Purifiers Actually Improve My Indoor Air Quality?

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Did you know that our homes often have poorer indoor air quality than the outside air? This doesn’t have to be the case in your San Angelo, Texas, home. Keep reading to learn about air purifiers and other types of indoor air quality products that can make a difference in your home’s air quality.

Air Filters vs Air Purifiers

Your home’s HVAC system is equipped with an air filter, which is designed to remove larger air pollutants, like dust and dander, from the air as it circulates through the system. There are different types of effective air filters you can install in your home, depending on your system. Be sure to consult an HVAC specialist before installing a new type of filter.

However, if you want to filter out smaller air pollutants, consider using an air purifier. It’s designed to catch up to 99.98% of air contaminants as small as 0.3 microns.

Benefits of Air Purifiers

Air purifiers are more effective than basic air filters at removing air pollutants from your indoor air. If you or a family member has a respiratory disease, such as asthma, you may notice improved symptoms. Overall, air purifiers help make your home a healthier place.

Does My Home Need an Air Purifier?

Your home may benefit from an air purifier if a member of your household has a respiratory disease or experiences other health issues caused or aggravated by poor air quality. You should also consider other types of indoor air quality products. They may be more effective at improving your indoor air quality based on your home’s particular circumstances.

Don’t neglect your home’s indoor air quality. Call Bowles Heating and Cooling today to talk with our HVAC experts about which indoor air quality product may be right for your Grape Creek, Texas, home.

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