Air Purification

Ahhh! The fresh spring air is here to stay! It’s time to shut off the furnace, open all the windows, and take a big gulp of that fresh air! Right? Wrong! Did you know that the air you breathe inside your home could be more polluted than any air you breathe all day?


According to the EPA, indoor air pollution is among the “top five environmental risks to public health.” You might be surprised to learn that those allergies you’re suffering from are indeed caused by the air in your home, not the pollen outside. Even your asthma and other breathing problems can be made worse by the air you’re breathing at home every day. Consider this: just one cubic foot of air has 100 times more pollutants than the air outside. That’s 30 million pollutants floating around, ready to take action and harm your family and anyone who visits your home.


Considering how much time you spend in your house, you might want to rethink your air purification solution. The good news is that a whole-home air purifier is an easy solution. You can have it installed as part of your HVAC system. When you turn the system’s fan on, it will purify your entire home, trapping harmful pollutants and irritants. Wave goodbye to mold spores, pet dander, dust mites, bacteria, pollen, and viruses, and hello to clean air. Not only will you breathe easier, you’ll be living in a cleaner space because there’ll be less dust buildup.


You control when the air purifier runs and how it works thanks to a convenient, easy-to-use control. You can even manage it from a smartphone or tablet. You’ll decide what level of protection and functionality the system operates on. The air purifier will help your furnace work more efficiently too, which not only cuts costs and saves energy, but will extend the life of your furnace. The filter only needs to be replaced once per year.


Do you have questions about the best air purifier for your home? Let us help you! Give Finken a call at: 877-346-5367.


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