Reduce In-Home Allergens with a Whole Home Air Purification System 

 When most people think about home comfort, the first thing that comes to mind is temperature. That is important

during the summer, but another aspect that is very important is air quality. Indoor air pollution can be a serious problem for those with allergies, asthma or other respiratory problems, and while an air conditioner offers some air filtration and dehumidification, that’s not its primary function. Air conditioners keep a home cool, but those who want to truly improve the air quality in their homes should invest in a whole home air purification system from Trane.

Indoor Allergens

An Affordable Indoor Air Quality Solution

While some homeowners have been hesitant to purchase a great home air purification system because of the upfront cost and the upkeep, Trane air purification systems provide top of the line air filtration with low operating costs. Trane uses innovative, patented technology that has been verified by experts at the Harvard School of Public Health, and many systems can even operate without requiring replacement filters.

Benefits of Air Purification Systems

 Many homes have issues with dust, pollen, mold and pet dander even if the homeowners don’t realize that there is a problem. Things can get even worse when smoke particles and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are thrown into the mix. VOCs in particular can increase the likelihood of developing sick building syndrome, a problem in which individuals experience acute symptoms after spending time in a certain building. Trane air purification systems can help remove many of these harmful pollutants and allergens from the air so that you and your family can breathe easy throughout the year. Many more advanced air purification systems can even filter out a number of viruses and bacteria, making the air in your home even safer.

By Frank Prestwood

 If you or anyone in your household has problems with allergies or indoor air pollution, consider installing a Trane air purification system. Most systems can be installed easily yourself, but even larger systems can be easily and affordably installed by an HVAC professional.