Investing in Air Scrubber
Let’s take costs vs. benefits approach to air scrubber installation. Making your home’s air high quality indeed requires certain costs. But when you consider that it’s a one-time investment with relatively low ongoing maintenance costs, and that it pays out benefits continually – air purification system is indeed worthwhile.
Whether you get an air scrubber system on its own or with a UV air cleaner, you will see benefits in the following ways:
- Bacteria, contaminants, volatile organic compounds, pet dander, odors carried by dust mites are significantly reduced
- Fumes and toxins from household products and building materials are filtered out
- Furnace and ductwork are kept clean for longer periods
harmful gases are eliminated
- Mold growth is prevented, mold spores are filtered out
no more coughing, sneezing or headaches caused by breathing
- Dust and dirt, especially for people with allergies or respiratory health conditions
- Peace of mind of knowing you and your family are truly breathing clean, healthy air
- Save money on HVAC maintenance in the long run
- Smoke residue and harmful effects are eliminated
- Installation of air scrubber adds value to your home and is a selling point when the house is put up for sale
Cost of air scrubber technology depends on the size of your home and HVAC system. Given high costs of HVAC repair and utility bills, combined with medical costs, it is well worth the investment. Benefits of air scrubber system significantly outweigh costs.
Choosing Air Scrubber over Conventional Systems
Conventional air purification systems use passive technology to circulate the air through filtration system. However, standard system doesn’t clean surfaces that carry millions of germs on doorknobs, toilets, kitchen counters, and pet areas. Air scrubbers clean and disinfect the air and surfaces of your home, reducing nearly all surface micro-organisms and airborne pollutants.
Air scrubber filtration system is validated by numerous tests by highly regarded labs. Scientific studies have proven safety and effectiveness of air scrubber. It is clinically proven to reduce dust, mold, pollen, and many other indoor air contaminants.
Air Scrubber does its cleaning actively: where most air cleaners and purifiers only affect the air that passes through them, the air scrubber system sends out “enviroscrubbing” molecules to all parts of the house, meaning that your whole home receives air purification.
Air scrubbers don’t just treat the air, they clean surfaces of your home, such as countertops, bathrooms, kitchens, and doorknobs. Air scrubber is designed to fit into your existing HVAC system, installed directly into the forced air ductwork.
Air scrubbers are effective against gases, vapors, volatile organic compounds, and offensive odors. Once released, the particles become supercharged and destroy contaminants, fungi, mold, and odor-causing bacteria.
Even contaminates that hide underneath cushions and rugs get found and eliminated by the charged ions. The charged “air scrubbers” get rid of microscopic impurities that are invisible to human eye.
Benefits of Air Scrubber Systems
Air scrubbers are a revolutionary new system designed to help eliminate indoor air quality risks by reducing air pollutants, chemical odors, cigarette smoke, dust, pollen, mold, odor-causing bacteria, and odors caused by pets and cooking. They clean surfaces, absorb odor particles, and reduce harmful airborne contaminants as simple as turning on your furnace, fan, or air conditioning system.
Air scrubbers clean, freshen and purify the air using specialized germicidal UV light waves along with a proprietary catalytic process that creates enviroscrubbing molecules of oxygen and hydrogen, just like nature’s outdoor scrubbers. Let’s break down the benefits in more detail.
Clean and Healthy Air
Air scrubber improves indoor air quality. It is designed to clean the air and disinfect surfaces inside your home or office. It eliminates airborne contaminants and stationary microorganisms.
While standard air filters capture larger airborne contaminants, such as dust and dirt, air scrubber system actively cleans the air by releasing “air scrubbers” to reduce level of volatile organic compounds, contaminants, mold, odors, and pollutants in the air and on surfaces.
Instead of using air fresheners, which add chemicals to the air, air scrubbers reduce airborne toxins in natural manner. When you turn on AC unit, furnace, or fan, the air scrubbers get to work, cleaning the air and surfaces with air scrubbing technology.
Air scrubber cleans, freshens, and purifies the air, including odor-causing bacteria and odors by pets and cooking.
Lower Utility Cost, Extended Useful Life
When vital components inside a furnace or AC are dirty and neglected, the unit works longer and harder to meet the indoor load. This raises utility costs and can lead to premature equipment failure. Air Scrubber helps keep vital system components clean and reduces likelihood of an unexpected malfunction, especially during extreme weather conditions.
Air Scrubber extend the life of your HVAC system by trapping dirt, dust and other debris before it enters through the filter, preventing damage to coils and blower that keep system running effectively. This translates to longer-serving HVAC system, easy maintenance, fewer repairs, and lower energy bills.
Why Choose Allstate Service Group
Air scrubbers are widely used in many indoor facilities – residences, hospitals, day care clinics, and many other indoor spaces
We know the market on air scrubbers and which models are best and which are more appropriate for specific situations. We pride ourselves for professionalism and integrity – delivering highest quality workmanship, in a reasonable amount of time, on customer’s schedule.
Our technicians have thorough knowledge and experience with air scrubbers and other types of air cleaning systems. They will assess the quality of air and provide for an informed decision on how to improve your home’s air quality.
Call us at (702) 518-4720 to learn about air scrubber installation and replacement systems that comply with all building codes and requirements.