The air inside most homes is two to five times more polluted than the air outside. Why? Mother Nature! Thunder, lightning, ultraviolet energy from the sun, and more continually clean outside air. Indoor air isn’t so lucky. Cleaning products, deodorizers, paint, mold, and other pollutants in today’s homes contribute to unhealthy indoor air. This can result in increased symptoms of asthma, allergies, and long-lasting colds.

There are options, though. Consider replacing your traditional air filter with a polarized media air cleaner, which captures up to 97% of particles and allergens in the air. Another option is a dual ultraviolet energy light, which sterilizes germs and more without the use of chemicals or sprays. Finally, the optimum air cleaner is a whole-home HEPA filter, which can remove 99.97% of particles in the air, clearing smoke, dust, pollen, and pet dander.

Polarized Media Air Cleaner

The Pristine Air® whole house polarized-media electronic air cleaner installs directly into the 1” filter rack(s) in the existing heating and cooling system. Its enhanced polarized media combines elements of both electronic and media air cleaners. Particles are charged (polarized) to attract the smallest of particles to an easily replaced media pad. Polarized sub-micron particles join with other particles and are collected on subsequent passes. Learn more at Pristine Air®

Did you Know?

Your heating and cooling system moves 1.4 million cubic feet of air per day containing visible and invisible contaminants.

“A dirty filter will slow down air flow and make the system work harder to keep you warm or cool – wasting energy and leading to expensive repairs and/or early system failure.”
– EnergySTAR®

“A buildup of .042 (1/20) inches of dirt on the heating or cooling coil can result in a decrease in efficiency of 21%”
– Environmental Protection Agency

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