Controlling Indoor Air Quality
Look at a sun ray coming into your home. Can you see particles floating in the air? Those visible particles, usually pollen, plant spores and soil dust, tobacco and cooking smoke are just the tip of the iceberg. Most airborne particles are too small to see. Unseen carbon particles, wood smoke and grease particles, insecticide dusts, animal dander, mildew from damp basements, bacteria and viruses are floating in the air you breathe.
If you check your heating or cooling system you will probably find a standard furnace filter. Fibre filters are designed to trap only the larger, less troublesome particles, such as lint and large dust. An Electronic Air Cleaner is designed to remove up to 95% of the particles in the air. That's 10 to 20 times higher efficiency than throwaway furnace filters, making an Electronic Air Cleaner the best air quality control product for your home.
You can go a long way in controlling your indoor air environment by installing an Electronic Air Cleaner. It provides a cleaner breathing environment in your home and reduces recurring cleaning and redecorating costs. It will also keep your heating and cooling equipment cleaner; protecting its operating efficiency. This prolonged efficiency means a 10 to 15 percent savings in operating costs over the life of the equipment.