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How an Air Purifier Can Make You Feel More Comfortable

Learn why having a good air purifier in your home will have you breathing easy

Learn why having a good air purifier in your home will have you breathing easyThe Environmental Protection Agency has ranked poor indoor air quality (IAQ) as a top five environmental health concern over the last few years—and the pros at Roth Heating Company have taken note. When evaluating our customers’ comfort, we often recommend a Carrier® air purifier to remove pollution and improve their overall indoor air quality. Air purifiers are a simple way to guarantee the air your family is breathing is fresh and healthy.

What’s All the Buzz About Air Purifiers?

Pollen, mold, smoke, chemicals, dust, and pet dander are some of the most common contaminants we breathe in. Air purifiers are equipped with sieves that filter pollutants out of your air. As your system draws air in, the filter captures impurities to make the air circulating through your home cleaner. The finer the filter, the more particles it captures.

Without air treatment, the level of contamination can build up and cause health problems, including damage to your lungs and immune system. It’s especially important to have your air evaluated if a child or senior lives with you. Or if a family member suffers from a respiratory condition, like asthma or allergies.

Consider the Carrier® Infinity® air purifier, which works silently and in conjunction with your heating and cooling system. It features Captures and Kills™ technology to trap up to 95 percent of pathogens. Many irritants are so small they are not visible to the human eye. Then an electrical charge kicks in to kill or inactivate up to 99 percent of the germs, viruses, and microorganisms on the spot.

If you’re wondering whether or not an air purifier is right for your home, ask the pros at Roth Heating. We’ll evaluate your air and let you know if we honestly feel you would benefit from this system. In the meantime, learn more about air quality in our recent blog, give us a call, or contact us today.