Whole Home AIR Purification IN SAVANNAH

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Need to Know More About Air Purification?

Whether you’re ready to invest in air purification for your home or business or you just have questions, we want to hear from you. Call us at Service Emperor today to learn more about this process and how we can use it to serve your unique interests. Breathe easier at home soon when Service Emperor is working on your air purification in Savannah.

At Service Emperor, we know you can’t put a price on clean air. That’s why our knowledgeable and helpful team is available to help with any information or appointment-request needs 24 hours per day, seven days per week—including evenings and weekends! We’ll get someone there ASAP so that your home has cleaner indoor air soon.

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Do I need Home Air Purification in Savannah?

If you’re new to thinking about indoor air purification in Savannah or you’ve never had an air purification system before, you may not be convinced that you need one. We can come out and test your indoor air quality to let you know what we find.

You may also want an air purification system in Savannah if:

You can get a HEPA filter for your furnace that will remove many of the toxins found in your air. These filters are denser than regular furnace filters so they catch particles that those filters won’t. We can help you find the densest filter that won’t cause extra stress on your furnace.

What are my options for an Air Purification System?

You have many options when it comes to air purification in Savannah.

We can use everything from advanced filters for your furnace and air conditioner to room air purifiers in Savannah to entire air purification systems. The one that is best for you will adequately address your air quality needs, suit the infrastructure you already have in your home, and fit your budget.

Once you’ve selected your new clean air strategy, we can handle your air purification system installation in Savannah, too. We’ll make sure that your new system is working well before we leave, so you don’t have to worry about indoor air quality anymore.

FAQ's on Air Purification

Want to learn more about Air Purification? Start here by reading some of the most common FAQ’s on Air Purification and then contact us and request an in-home evaluation.

Most quality air purifiers on the market today use activated carbon as part of their filtration system. Activated carbon is extremely effective at removing odors from pets, smoke, food, and garbage. As a result, running an air purifier is often a good way of removing unpleasant smells from your Home.

Air purifiers that do not use activated carbon as part of their filtration systems may be good at removing particles from the air, but they will not be capable of eliminating odors.

Air purifiers can remove many of the airborne particles that are known to cause asthma and allergies. The best models are known to eliminate a significant amount of pollen, dust, and pet dander present in the indoor environment.

Numerous studies have demonstrated air purifiers’ capability to reduce the symptoms of allergies and asthma. For maximum effect, we recommend that you invest in a model that uses a HEPA filter which removes 99.97% of particles greater or equal in size to 0.3 μm.

Air purifiers that use only HEPA filters to clean the air do not produce any ozone whatsoever. However, air filters that work by ionizing the air using an electric charge result in the production of small amounts of ozone.

When present in high quantities, ozone is toxic to humans. For this reason, ionizing air purifiers are subject to regulations that prohibit them from generating too much of the gas. You should also be aware that ionizing purifiers do not remove particles from the indoor environment; they simply use ozone to make them heavier and drop to the ground. Instead of becoming trapped like with a HEPA purifier, these particles may become airborne again if the surfaces are not cleaned regularly.

An air purifier’s energy efficiency will depend on several factors, including the fan’s size and the filter’s density. However, most air purifiers only need a relatively small amount of electricity to do their job.

You can typically expect an air purifier to fall somewhere in the range of 15 watts to 150 watts, making them more energy-efficient than many other household appliances.

The frequency with which you will need to change the filter on your air purifier will depend on several factors, including the season, amount of use, and filter type.

In general, it is recommended that you change your filter at least once every 3-6 months to ensure good indoor air quality and energy-efficiency.

If you live in the Savannah, Georgia area, you will know that summer can be tricky for people who suffer from allergies. We recommend that during the warmer months, you change your filter once every 3 months at the very least.

The answer to how big you will need your air purifier depends principally on the size of the room or living space you intend to use it for.

To select the most adequate unit size for your requirements, you should first work out the size of your room/living space in square feet. Most purifying units will state their capacity in square feet, so simply choose the one which corresponds with your area calculation.

An air purifier will continue to purify the air in a room irrespective of whether the door and windows are open or closed. However, given that the ventilation provided by the airflow from an open window will bring in pollen and particulate matter from outside, you will find that your air purifier is more efficient when the window is closed.

There is no need to use your air purifier to purify more air that it needs to after all.

To drive the air through the HEPA filter, air purifiers use a fan. Unfortunately, moving air in this way invariably involves a degree of noise creation.

Fortunately, most air purifiers have been specifically designed to minimize fan noise. They are usually quiet enough to be unobtrusive. You will often not notice that the unit is functioning once you get used to the noise. Also, you can turn the fan speed to a lower setting if you find the noise irritating.

The best place to put an air purifier is in the room where you spend most of your time or commonly experience the worst asthma or allergies. Many people decide to place their air purifier near their bed to ensure a restful night.

When placing your air purifier, ensure that you leave space around the air intake for enough air to pass through the filter. If this intake is blocked or obstructed, you will find that the purifier makes no noticeable impact on indoor air quality.

The best time to run your air purifier depends mainly on your preferences. If you find that you suffer from allergies at a specific time of day, you may want to close the doors and windows and turn on your air purifier to help you get through the worst of it.

You generally will not need to have your air purifier running all day. It is usually enough to turn it on for a few hours in the morning and the evening to clean the vast majority of particles and dust from the air.

However, if you suffer from asthma or allergies during the night, you may want to have the purifier running near your bed to help you get a good night’s sleep.

We're Here to Help You Breathe Easy!

Reach out to us at Service Emperor whenever you have questions about home air purification in Savannah or when you’re ready to install a new system. We have you covered and we’ll get your air clean ASAP. Call us at Service Emperor today to learn more about this process and how we can use it to serve your unique interests. Breathe easier at home soon when Service Emperor is working on your indoor air quality in Savannah.

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