Why Your Home Needs an Air Scrubber

You want the air quality inside of your Frederick, Maryland, home as good as you can get it. Dirt, dust, pet dander, and pollen get trapped inside of tightly sealed homes and can often cause respiratory problems. But you can help improve your indoor air quality by having us install an air scrubber to help get rid of those contaminants. Read on to learn what it is and why you need one.

What’s an Air Scrubber?

Air scrubbers have been around for decades. Their main purpose is to trap, destroy and remove harmful pathogens from the inside of your home. The scrubber we use, the Air Scrubber Plus, works in conjunction with your existing HVAC system. It has a titanium honeycomb matrix that air flows through before it enters your home. The UV germicidal light inside of the scrubber kills off harmful pathogens or renders them useless. Dust mites are one of the leading causes of allergies, and our amazing air scrubber eliminates them.

How Will It Benefit Me?

  • Breathe easier. If someone in your home suffers from allergies or asthma, all of those nasty contaminants and pathogens cause serious problems to your respiratory tract. By eliminating them with the air scrubber, you can breathe easier in your home.
  • Save money. When you have a severe allergy or asthma attack, you need to see your doctor. By reducing or eliminating the triggers of an attack, you will have fewer visits to the doctor. As a result, you’ll save money by avoiding hospital expenses.
  • Your house stays cleaner. Dirt and dust get blown into your house through the ductwork of your HVAC system. Even with a well-maintained system and clean air filters, some dirt gets into your home and settles on the furniture, carpets and even the kids’ toys. The air scrubber greatly reduces dirt and dust from entering your home.

Improve your indoor air quality today. Give our friendly and professional team at Eric Smock Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. a call today to have us install an air scrubber. We are happy to speak with you at (301) 945-7220.

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