COVID-19 remains a concern among homeowners throughout the Ocean Isle Beach area. Many wonder if an air purifier exists that can protect their families from the virus and stop its spread within the home. While no single indoor air quality product can prevent COVID-19, a whole house air purifier can be part of the solution that helps your family stay safer indoors. In our most recent blog, the HVAC technicians at A+ Heating & Cooling – Electrical discuss ways to improve the indoor air quality in your home.
There are various types of air purifiers available for use in North Carolina homes. Whole home air purifiers work with the central HVAC system to treat the home’s entire indoor air volume, whereas portable air purifiers just treat air in one small area or room.
An air purifier won’t stop COVID-19 from entering your household, but it may help reduce transmission should viral particles make their way into the home. If you’re looking for an air purifier to help play a part in preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus in your home, the following technologies may be helpful.
High efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter air purifiers are also effective for the removal of these droplets, but they may cause too much airflow resistance in a residential HVAC system to be appropriate for use in your home.
Don’t rely solely on an air purifier to protect your family from COVID-19 inside your home – other preventative and protective measures should also be taken. Make an effort to reduce the likelihood that the virus will be brought into your home and take measures to help stop the spread indoors.
A+ Heating & Cooling – Electrical aims to help North Carolina homeowners keep their families safe and healthy this winter. Contact us today to learn more about our air purifier options, and work with our team to find the best solutions for your household.