Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Purifier’

Finding the Best Air Filter for Your Home

Monday, June 19th, 2017

replace-filterAn air filter is a necessity in any home that uses central heating and air. Not only does it help to keep allergens out of the air, but it also helps to protect your air conditioner from damage. Even the most basic of air filters can do this job, but many people are out for the best filtration they can get.

We want to help homeowners stay healthy and comfortable. But there are so many misconceptions about home air filters that some people may actually inadvertently risk their own comfort and health by choosing a filter that’s not fit for the job. We are here to help. Follow our expert tips to select the right air filter for cleaner air and a healthier system.

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3 Tips for Better Indoor Air Quality This Winter

Monday, November 16th, 2015

In the winter, we shut all the doors and windows so that our heaters continue to operate as designed without using up a lot of energy. But this means that contaminants can continuously cycle through our heating systems. Stay healthy with a few indoor air quality tips from our specialists!

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How Clean Is the Air in Your Home?

Monday, October 5th, 2015

You do everything you can to keep your family members safe and healthy. You try to make healthy choices at the grocery store and you visit the doctor for regular checkups. But there is little you can do to protect yourself and your family members from inhaling bacteria, viruses, and other pollutants—at least when you are outside of the home. Inside of the home, where you spend a majority of your time, you can install an air purifier system for health, wellness, and peace of mind. Could you benefit from a whole-home air purifier?

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Could Your Family Benefit from an Air Cleaner with a UV Bulb?

Monday, September 7th, 2015

Your air conditioning and heating system has an air filter in place that helps to keep harmful contaminants from recirculating through your air. But does this mean that your family is protected against bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that often lead to health troubles? Unless you have a UV air purifier in place, you may not have the protection necessary to eliminate these bio-contaminants from the air.

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Why Use an Air Purifier

Monday, October 20th, 2014

It is perfectly understandable that many homeowners think of the temperature in their home when considering their overall comfort. In truth, though, temperature is only a part of the equation. The other half is the quality of the air within the living space. Pollution is not only something to worry about outdoors. In fact, it is very possible for the air quality in a home to be worse off than that outside. With the right air purifier in Farmington, NM, though, you can clean up the air that you breathe within the walls of your own home. Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. is here to ensure that you have everything that you need to do so. Consider the following information, and give us a call with any questions that you may have.

Your HVAC system, as you likely know, has an air filter built in. However, the purpose of this air filter is not to protect the quality of the air in your home. Instead, it prevents the buildup of pollutants within the system itself, protecting its operation and the integrity of its components. More efficient air filters can help to pick up the slack, but even this is not always enough. If you find that there are a lot of airborne pollutants floating around throughout your home, or if you are concerned about the possibility of biological pollutants, you may need to invest in an air purifier in Farmington, NM.

Electronic air purifiers, such as electronic precipitators, pull air through an ionization chamber. Therein, the pollutants within the air are given an electric charge. They then adhere to an oppositely charged collector plate. This plate is easily removed and can be cleaned of pollutants. For biological pollutants such as viruses, mold, and bacteria, though, you cannot hope to simply filter them out of the air: you must prevent them from reproducing and taking hold. To do so, you need a different type of air purifier, one which focuses on pollutant destruction. A UV air purifier is just the tool for the job.

If you have any concerns at all regarding the condition of your indoor air quality, just let the technicians at Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. know. We have the information you need to determine what type of IAQ equipment will best resolve your problems. When we install and service your air purifiers in Farmington, NM, you can count on an outstanding performance.


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