You may think that the air in your Melbourne, FL, home is fine because you change your air conditioner’s filter regularly. But if you suffer from allergies, an air purifier may be an inexpensive way to effectively clean your home’s air and help you feel better. Here are three reasons to invest in an air purifier today:

Ease Allergies

All sorts of particles constantly fly around your home’s air, including dust, pollen, pet dander and even pieces of dead bugs. Any of these could be causing you to suffer from allergies. Even if you don’t currently have any allergies, prolonged exposure to these airborne pollutants can cause you to develop them in the future.

An air purifier uses a combination of high-efficiency filters and electricity to rid your air of these particles. As a result, it leaves you with clean air to breathe. Unlike portable air purifiers that only clean the air in a single room, you can attach a whole-house air purifier to your HVAC system to clean the air in your entire house while remaining out of sight.

Eliminate Bacteria and Viruses

Even if you aren’t an allergy sufferer, your air may still have things in it that can make you sick, including bacteria and viruses. This is especially true if you haven’t had your system maintained in a while and its components are dirty. An air purifier with a BioGS HEPA filter can capture up to 99.97% of dust, pollen and bacterial growth particles, leaving you with cleaner and healthier air.

Capture Smoke

Cigarette smoke can linger in your house long after you’re done smoking. As a result, the smoke can make your house smell stale and possibly even stain your walls or furniture. Fortunately, air purifiers are very effective at capturing smoke while it’s still in the air. Therefore, it won’t have time to settle on your walls or leave your house with a foul odor.

If you want to keep your home’s air clean, call Merritt Island Air & Heat today. We have a selection of air purifier systems that can help to keep you healthy.

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