Air Filtration In Burnsville and Surrounding Areas
The most basic step to take when improving your indoor air quality is to invest in a good, high-quality air filter. Air filters are designed to work right alongside your heating and cooling equipment to remove dust and other particles from your home. Air filters come in different efficiencies known as Minimum Efficiency Rating Value, (MERV). The higher the MERV rating, the smaller the particles of dust, pollen, mold, bacteria and other airborne contaminants it is designed to filter out. By using a good quality filter, and changing it regularly, you can improve the quality of air in your home.
Filters like the one shown can provide relief from many common allergens, but if additional air cleaning is required, an Electronic Air Cleaner (EAC) or ultra violet (UV) lamp units are available.
Designed to work with any Forced Air HVAC system, this filter provides effective filtration to make your home’s air healthier. Unlike many other whole-home air filters, it doesn’t add to the cost of running your heating and cooling system.