A UV Air Purifier Can Mean a Healthier Winter Season

Monday, December 19th, 2016

Even though winters in Las Vegas are about as mild as they can get in the country, that doesn’t mean we get to escape a major part of winter: its flu and cold season! Our dry air can especially contribute to the fast spread of illness in households over the winter.

There are ways to combat flu season, and not all of them have to do with medicine. There are improvements to your HVAC system that will eliminate many of the germs and flu viruses that can move through your house and spread sickness. But not just any air purifier will handle the job. You either need extremely powerful filters—which will probably end up cutting off airflow—or you can have a UV air purifier installed. The latter is the best way to go.

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Do I Need an Air Purifier to Go with My Home’s Air Filter?

Monday, August 29th, 2016

When you think about cleaning the air in your house to remove irritating and harmful particles like dust and lint, your thoughts will probably first go to air filters. Mechanical filters, which use a mesh of fibers to attract and trap contaminants, are the standard method to provide improved indoor air quality for homes. Almost any household will benefit with the right air filters put in place.

But what about electronic air purifiers? Does your home also need one of these air cleaners paired up with the air filter?

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How to Deal with Indoor Air Qualities Problems in Winter

Monday, January 11th, 2016

The winters in Las Vegas are about as mild as you’ll find anywhere in the continental U.S. Most of the time, all you need to do to keep a home properly warm during the cooler weather is to make sure that the doors and windows are closed and sealed and the walls and attic are properly insulated. This prevents heat from escaping outside, and much of the time that is sufficient for comfort.

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How an Electronic Air Purifier Gives You Healthier Air

Tuesday, December 1st, 2015

When it comes to improving air quality in a home, the standard method is to install an air filtration system into the ductwork. Air filters use a mesh of fibers to trap pollutants in the air flow that moves through them. An effective filter will catch contaminants such as dust, dander, pollen, dust mites, and carpet and furniture fibers.

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