what does an air cleaner do?

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particles, pollutants, and contaminants

As advancements allow us to constantly increase efficiency in the heating and cooling of our homes, the practice of sealing up even the tiniest openings works wonders in keeping the comfortable temperatures on the inside.  Unfortunately, when trapping those temperatures inside, we can also be trapping all sorts of particles, pollutants, and contaminants inside as well, giving them no real way to exit our home, and allowing them to circulate within the air that we breathe.  One way to combat this effect is the installation and use of an “air purifier” or “air cleaner.” 

a user-friendly solution

Honeywell offers multiple options for your air cleaner needs, which can be added to all gas, oil and electric forced air furnaces and air conditioning systems, and which clean the air in all the rooms in your home.  These models meet American Lung Association guidelines and are highly effective in capturing both microscopic particles (such as dust and smoke) and larger contaminants (such as mold spores and pet dander) that are commonly airborne within households.  These units are extremely user-friendly: homeowners simply open the door on the unit to replace the filter based on manufacturer recommendations.  It is important to note that air filters only work well if they are kept clean.  If your unit cannot move air due to a dirty or clogged filter, it operates inefficiently, costing you money. 

learn more from Honeywell

To learn more about the current Honeywell brand offerings, please visit: https://yourhome.honeywell.com/en/products/air-cleaners.

contact us for a free estimate

If you are one of our Lancaster County customers, feel free to contact our office to arrange for a free installation estimate of your own Honeywell Air Cleaner by calling (717) 626-7169 or visiting us at www.weaverenergy.com.

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