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What Filtration System Works for Allergies, Pet Dander and Viruses?

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Keep Your Homeandrsquo;s Air Healthy And Clean

Do you suffer from allergies? Do you have pets? Are you worried about cold and flu viruses? The average homeandrsquo;s indoor air quality is generally worse than outside air. This is because our homes tend to trap air and contaminants inside. Even regularly opening your windows wonandrsquo;t fully freshen your home.

At Valley Heating, Cooling, Electrical and Solar, we know how important it is to have fresh, clean air in your home. We also know how challenging it can be to tackle these problems at the same time. So what should you do?

Common air quality contaminants found in the average home:

  • Bacteria
  • Dust
  • Mildew
  • Mold
  • Odors
  • Pet dander
  • Pollen
  • Viruses

Installing a high-quality air filtration system like the Lenox PureAirandtrade; and Lenox PureAirandtrade; S system, will tackle all three types of indoor air pollutants: particles, germs and odors.

Lenox PureAirandtrade; and PurAirandtrade; S Purification Systems

Lenox PureAirandtrade; systems offer homeowners hospital-grade, whole-home air purification that not only keeps the air healthy and safe but can also improve overall comfort. Unlike many other air purification systems on the market, Lenox PureAirandtrade; systems do not produce ozone, a common lung irritant. Furthermore, they remove existing ozone from the homeandrsquo;s air.

While some homeowners may try to get by with single-room purifiers, it is usually better and more impactful to install a whole-home device like Lenox PureAirandtrade;. As a whole-home system, Lenox PureAirandtrade; creates consistently clean air throughout your house.

Will Lenox PureAirandtrade; Systems Protect Against COVID?

As we reach the second anniversary of the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are starting to see a shift in the perception of the virus and ooking for ways to move forward and return to some sense of normalcy while also recognizing that the SARS-CoV-2 virus and its many variants are likely here to stay. We also remain watchful for new variants and what they mean for our day-to-day lives.

Improving the air filtration in our homes is one measurable step in protecting yourself and your family from COVID. In particular, a Lenox PureAir™ or PureAir™ S system with a Healthy Climate™ Carbon Clean 16® air filter can remove more than 90% of the COVID-19 virus from your homeandrsquo;s air. In fact, these systems can filter out more than 95% of particles down to .3 micron.

The Healthy Climateandtrade; Carbon Clean 16andreg; air filter utilizes MERV 16 filtration with activated, carbon-coated fibers, thereby removing a wide range of particles from the air. This top-of-the-line air filter works seamlessly with Lenox PureAirandtrade; or PureAirandtrade; S systems to remove not only the virus but even fungal spores and viruses that are four times smaller than the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It can also help remove viruses associated with the flu and the common cold. This advanced level of protection is unparalleled.

To learn more about Lenox PureAir™systems and whether they are right for your home, reach out to the air purification experts at Valley.

Itandrsquo;s Springtime At Valley!

This month at Valley, we are getting ready for spring. With warmer weather on the horizon, we are looking forward to spring cleaning and getting out of the house. First, we tackle our spring home maintenance projects, including getting our HVAC systems running efficiently. On the blog, we provide our five best tips for getting your heating and cooling system cleaned up and prepared for the upcoming spring and summer seasons. From easy DIY tasks to how you can best utilize our professional maintenance services, we have the info you need to clear out the cobwebs from your HVAC system.

In response to rising gas prices, many people are buying electric vehicles. With this surge in electrical vehicle sales, more and more people need electric car charging stations installed in their homes. We look at the different levels of charges and discuss which ones work best for residential customers. Our blog, “Which Electrical Vehicle Charger Should I Install?” also offers some insight to business owners and commercial property managers considering installing chargers on their properties.
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