What are some of the best humidification and filtration systems homeowners can add to their HVAC system to improve their home’s comfort?
There are many types of humidification and filtration systems that homeowners can add to their HVAC system to improve their home’s comfort. Here are some of the best options Stay Cool Climate Control offers:
1. Whole-house humidifier: A Stay Cool whole-house humidifier is installed directly into your home’s HVAC system and adds moisture to the air as it is heated or cooled. This type of system can help to alleviate dry skin, sore throats, and other respiratory problems caused by low humidity. At Stay Cool we offer two types of humidifiers: whole-home bypass humidifiers and whole-home steam humidifiers. More info can be found on our website at www.staycool-hvac.com
2. UV air purifier: A UV air purifier is a type of filtration system that uses ultraviolet light to kill airborne bacteria, viruses, and other unwanted particulates. This system can help improve indoor air quality and prevent the spread of illness. Many schools and hospitals across the world use this technology to keep the environment clean and sterile.
3. High-efficiency media filter: A high-efficiency media air filter is designed to remove more particles from the air than a standard filter, which can help to improve indoor air quality and reduce respiratory problems. This type of filter can trap smaller particles, such as pollen, dust mites, and pet dander.
4. Electrostatic air filter: An electrostatic air filter uses static electricity to capture airborne particles, which can help to improve indoor air quality and reduce respiratory problems. This type of filter can trap smaller particles than a standard filter, and is washable and reusable.
5. H.E.P.A. air purifier: A HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) air purifier is a type of filtration system that is designed to remove up to 99.97% of airborne particles that are 0.3 microns or larger. This type of system can help to improve indoor air quality and reduce respiratory problems caused by pollutants such as pollen, dust, and pet dander.
It’s important to note that not all HVAC systems are compatible with every type of humidification and filtration system. It’s a good idea to consult with your qualified Stay Cool technician or other experts to determine which type of system is best for your home. Additionally, it’s important to properly maintain your system to ensure that it is working effectively and efficiently for the extreme climates we can experience in O Fallon, Missouri.