Breathe Cleaner Air in Your Home
The team at MoreVent specializes in improving residential indoor air quality, and one of the great challenges homeowners face is indoor air pollution. The EPA warns that indoor air pollution is among the top health concerns in the United States and comes from both internal and external sources. The only way to eliminate pollution in your home from external sources is through some form of mechanical air filtration or purification. MoreVent recommends installing an air scrubber. Air scrubbers were actually developed in partnership with NASA for use on the International Space Station. The technology has since been adapted for use in the home and is very effective because it uses ultraviolet light to eliminate odors, odor-causing bacteria, viruses, mold spores, dust mites, pollen, and much more. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation quote or for more information.
Air Scrubber with ActivePure™ Technology
Air Scrubber with ActivePure™ is Certified Space Technology. It is a revolutionary innovation that eliminates all of the indoor air quality risks previously mentioned and also volatile organic compounds, cigarette smoke, germs, and other microorganisms. In addition to ultraviolet light, this system employs catalytic processes that create oxygen and hydrogen molecules that scrub the air. These methods emulate the natural scrubbing that occurs outdoors, such as how trees clean the air.
Certified Space Technology
Air Scrubber with ActivePure™ is the most recent advancement of a scientific breakthrough that was originally achieved in partnership with NASA to solve a challenge that astronauts and cosmonauts faced aboard the ISS. This is the only air cleaning product to receive the Certified Space Technology certification by the Space Foundation. This certification indicates that the underlying technology has been approved for use by NASA and has undergone all the testing necessary to achieve that status.
Do I Need to Install an Air Scrubber?
The most popular reason individuals choose to install an air scrubber in their homes is to decrease pollutants in the air. Removing these harmful particles reduces dust and the chance of airborne illness. If you answer YES to one or any of these questions, installing the Air Scrubber in your home could improve your quality of life.
- Does anyone in your family suffer from allergies?
- Do you ever smell cooking, pet, smoking, or musty odors in your home?
- Would you like to reduce dust, mold, pet dander, or pollen in your home?
- Is there anyone in your house that can’t afford to get sick?
- Would you like to reduce up to 99% of harmful contaminants on surfaces such as kitchen countertops and bathrooms?
Common Symptoms of Poor Indoor Air Quality
- Allergy symptoms
- Sinus problems
- Eye irritation
- Chest tightness
Other Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality
Achieving the best possible air quality in a home often requires a multipronged approach. MoreVent recommends routine heating and cooling maintenance, regularly replacing your air filters, and duct cleaning. Our team can also recommend and install other ancillary equipment that can improve your indoor air quality. This includes humidifiers and dehumidifiers that help you achieve optimal relative humidity in your home.
Homeowners should swap out HVAC air filters at least every three months and ideally whenever they are visually dirty. Dirty air filters increase the air pressure in an HVAC system and thus make it work harder and experience more wear. They can also allow dust and other particles into your system.
Reducing indoor air pollution from external sources requires some form of air purification. UVC air purifiers are an effective option that employs ultraviolet light. Similar to technologies used in hospitals, these air purifiers destroy airborne pathogens, mold spores, dust mites, pollen, and much more.
Dry indoor air is a common byproduct of heating a home. It can lead to respiratory irritation and other potentially serious health issues. A humidifier integrated into your home heating system will use steam to add moisture into the air before it is pushed through the vents and into your living spaces.
While air conditioners do remove moisture from the air to a degree, high humidity levels can often be problematic. A dehumidifier integrated into your cooling system will make you more comfortable. It will also make your home easier and cheaper to cool, and your air conditioner will not have to work as hard.
Contact MoreVent to Discuss How You Can Benefit from a Whole Home Air Scrubber
Your health and the health of your family begin at home with the air you breathe. According to the EPA, Americans spend approximately 90% of their time indoors and much of that time is in the home. Breathing air that is fresh and clean will lead to a happier and healthier life. MoreVent has helped many families in Pennsylvania and Delaware realize that goal, and we can help you too. If you have any questions about air scrubbers or would like to schedule a consultation, call us at 1-484-203-8420 or contact us online today.