Quality iWave-R Air Purifier Installation in Troy, OH
Of all the new indoor air quality devices on the market today that claim to remove airborne particles, viruses, bacteria, and mold, the iWave-R® by iWave Air stands out as being an effective product that’s highly innovative.
One of the best things about this indoor air quality product is that it’s affordable, low maintenance, and doesn’t create any ozone byproducts due to the process. Interested in the iWave-R for your Miami County home? Schedule today!
Cleaner Indoor Air at Your Fingertips with the iWave-R® Air Purifier
With technology installed in over 200,000 applications, iWave-R® is the world’s first self-cleaning, no maintenance needlepoint bi-polar ionization generator designed specifically for treating air in residential duct A/C systems. Claim this deal today!
$899 iWave-R Air Purifier + Installation
Troy Furnace & Air Conditioning Presents:
A Homeowner's Guide the iWave-R® Air Purifier
With Indoor Air Quality being such a relevant health issue today, we at Troy Furnace & Air Conditioning advise homeowners to take certain measures to safeguard their health and the health of their loved ones against indoor air pollution. That's why we recommend the iWave-R Air Purifier to Troy, OH homeowners:
How Does the iWave-R Air Purifier Work?
Despite you not being able to see them, a home can be overflowing with airborne pollutants — with things like pollen, dust, dander, smoke and even pathogens like mold, bacteria and viruses. The residential iWave air purifier (iWave-R) goes into a residential HVAC system, inside the air ducts, to help clean the air in your living space.
When air passes over the iWave-R, ions produced by the device target passing pathogens and other airborne particles, creating a healthy environment without producing any harmful gases or byproducts. The iWave-R utilizes an innovative, patented needlepoint bipolar ionization (NPBI) technology to produce a balanced and equal amount of negative and positive ions. When these ions are shot up into the passing air stream, they break down pollutants and gases, transforming them into harmless compounds like oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and water vapor as seen in the diagram.
Benefits of an Air Purifier
Breathe Cleaner Air with an Air Purifier
Air purifiers with HEPA technology filters can remove 99.7 percent of the airborne particulate matter (PM) circulating in your home environment. Removing these pollutants can lead to several immediate and long-term health benefits such as better sleep quality and increased life expectancy.
Eliminates Harmful Chemicals from Indoor Environments
Many regular household cleaners contain toxic chemicals such as ammonia, chlorine, and phthalates. Exposure to these chemicals in small quantities may be harmless, but routine exposure can lead to serious health issues like a tumor, cancer, cardiovascular, or neurological disorders.
Air purifiers with activated carbon can cleanse these chemical contaminants, avoiding the risk of several health problems. A highly porous form of carbon is used in this carbon filtering method to trap chemicals, recycling fresh air back to the room.
Relieves Symptoms of Asthma
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 12 people has asthma. Those living with asthma have inflamed bronchial tubes. In addition, pollutants such as pet dander, pollen, or dust mites irritate their airways, causing difficulty breathing. Most household air purifiers contain HEPA filters designed to capture all these pollutants, so you breathe clean air.
Neutralizes Unpleasant Odors
Some chemicals such as gasoline, benzene, and formaldehyde break down at room temperature causing an off-gassing odor. These chemicals, called Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), are commonly found in paints, aerosol sprays, upholstered furniture, or air fresheners. The odor from VOCs can cause nausea, breathlessness, and even affect your cognitive functions.
Studies show low VOC levels in ambient air improves productivity and performance. Air purifiers with HEPA and activated carbon filters are effective in trapping gases as well as particles, reducing pollutants in the indoor environment.
Lack of adequate sleep causes daytime drowsiness, affecting your productivity the next morning. To avoid these sleep disruptions, it’s best to use HEPA air purifiers because they filter out most allergens from your room. Cleaner air gives you a better night’s sleep.
What is Indoor Air Quality?
When you own a home, comfort shouldn’t be your only consideration for HVAC equipment. When it comes to Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning, Indoor Air Quality is a critical issue that is often neglected.
This is often the case because most homeowners feel that air pollution is strictly an outdoor problem. Nevertheless, studies indicate this is false. It turns out the air inside many workplaces and homes is far more polluted and toxic than the air outside. Because the average American spends more than 21 hours a day indoors on average, air quality deserves serious consideration and attention. Because the air indoors often lacks proper filtration, indoor air quality is something homeowners should take seriously.
The EPA defines Indoor Air Quality as the quality of air inside a building or home and how it relates to the building or home’s occupants. Indoor Air Quality has a direct and sometimes negative effect on our health in addition to our overall mood, well-being, and energy levels.
Why is Indoor Air Quality Important?
Health officials say the air we breathe in our homes can be 2 to 5 times more toxic and polluted than the air outdoors, where nature has a way of taking care of it through a host of processes unbeknownst to the average person. When you take into consideration how tightly insulated most homes and workplaces are intentionally made in order to keep treated air inside, it becomes obvious why HVAC experts and health officials suggest some homeowners consider certain indoor air quality products to go in conjunction with their heat pump, furnace or air conditioner.
All too often household air pollution is unable to escape because modern dwellings are fairly airtight. In the confined spaces of a house or office building or work environment, pollutants can get trapped without adequate filtration or the circulation of outdoor air. Even with the HVAC system’s air filter, often these pollutants are merely recirculated. Sometimes, getting a humidifier, dehumidifier or air purifier makes a world of difference, in addition to UV Lights and other air filtration products.
Financing Options in Troy, OH
Buy Today, Pay Over Time with HVAC Financing
Are you looking to upgrade your home's heating or cooling system or need help covering the cost of repairs? Check out our current financing offer! We have partnered with Wells Fargo Bank to help our customers keep their home comfortable year-round.