Poor indoor air quality is a major concern for homeowners in Gastonia, North Carolina. While changing your HVAC filter and cleaning regularly helps improve indoor air quality, you need more to maintain it. Fortunately there many innovative HVAC technologies that can help, including an in-duct air purifier.

Eliminate Airborne Particles

After installing it into the supply plenum of your air conditioner’s air ducts, an in-duct air purifier works by producing and distributing a Hydro-Peroxide plasma through the air handlers, ductwork and into your living spaces. Unlike other devices that require pollutants to pass through them, in-duct air purifiers eliminate pollutants at the source. Therefore, they’re more effective at eliminating threats to indoor air quality. As a result, you’ll gain peace of mind.

Kill Up to 99 Percent of Bacteria in Your Home

An in-duct air purifier has the capabilities to purify every cubic inch of air that your AC system reaches in your home. It’s designed to eliminate the risk of sick building syndrome by reducing airborne pollutants and odors. By recreating the natural process of purifying air, it’s effective at elminating gases, microbial and particles. It’s particularly great at eliminating airborne and surface bacteria and viruses, including e-coli, MRSA and Norwalk. As a result, you and your family can feel safe knowing that your home won’t make you sick.

Reduce Common Allergy Triggers

An in-duct air purifier easily integrates with your existing HVAC system. By installing one in your home, you can reduce common allergy triggers from particulates such as dust, pollen, dander and microbial growth. With an in-duct air purifier in your home, you won’t have to worry about odors from pets, cooking or even dirty socks.

Are you ready to invest in the next level of whole-home air purification? The REME HALO® In-duct Air Purifier is one of the most innovate HVAC technologies available to homeowners at the moment. For more information about this powerful device, contact Roland Black Heating and Cooling at (704) 865-1375. We’re here to help you breathe easier and lead a healthier life in the comfort of your home.

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