Air Cleaners


Install an Electronic Air Cleaner for Fresher, Healthier air

It can be surprisingly difficult to keep the air in your home clean. You can vacuum, dust, and mop all you want, but some contaminants are bound to remain in your home and move around in the air until they are sucked up into your HVAC system. An air filter can keep some particles out of the ducts, but it will not stop them all. Often, mold spores, bacteria, viruses, pet dander, and more get into the ducts and get forced back out into the air you breathe. In many cases, an additional system is necessary if you want to prevent asthma and allergy symptoms from getting any worse. Advanced Home Services’s selection of air cleaners can help improve your indoor air quality. Call today to schedule air cleaner installation, replacement, or service in Idaho Falls, ID.

Call us for air cleaner installation and service in Idaho Falls,Rigby, Ammon, Shelley, Blackfoot, Pocatello, St. Anthony, Chubbuck, Rexburg, Sugar City, Driggs, and Victor. Advanced Home Services’s indoor air quality specialists care about your health and wellness.

Electronic Air Cleaners: How They Work

One of the most effective means of eliminating pollutants from the indoor air is an electronic air cleaner. This type of system uses a process of ionization to give the particles that pass into the HVAC system a charge. These particles then become attracted to a surface with an opposite charge—usually a set of plates within the system. You won’t have to worry about clogged filters affecting your HVAC system’s airflow, and you only have to clean off the plates every few months or so.

A standard air filter is ineffective at removing many very small particles from the air. And once it becomes too clogged up with dust and debris, it may not be able to do its job properly at all. Having a supplementary electronic air cleaner in addition to a clean filter can reduce allergy and asthma symptoms, and it may even help to prevent illnesses.

The Path to Cleaner Air in Idaho Falls

An electronic air cleaner is not your only option for lowering the amount of particles in your air. An air filtration system that uses a HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filter is highly effective in removing a large portion of tiny particles and microorganisms from your air. Another option we often recommend, especially for households where a family member suffers from respiratory troubles or an immune system disorder, is a UV air purifier. UV light is commonly used in hospitals and research settings because it kills and sterilizes some of the most harmful contaminants: bacteria, viruses, and mold spores.

Talk it through with one of our indoor air quality specialists to decide on the right air cleaner for your home. We can explain your options and assess your needs so that you end up with the unit that is best for your budget, your HVAC system, and all of the members of your household. We also offer indoor air quality system replacement and repair in case you notice an issue.

Call Advanced Home Services at (208) 269-9556 today!

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