The indoor air quality in your home is always a concern, especially if you suffer from allergies. But even if you have a great system, it’s virtually useless if you don’t have the right filters to go with it. See below to find out which air filters will clean, purify, and remove allergens and pollutants from the air in your home so you can breathe easy this allergy season:

Selecting the Right Air Cleaning System for Your Home

The market for air cleaning systems can seem like an impossible maze. It could take lots of time to determine which system is right for your home. There are a lot of things to consider before choosing a system. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

  • The Size of Pollutants: knowing what’s lurking in your home will help in determining if you need a small or large air filtration system.

  • Entire House vs. Certain Rooms: in addition to knowing the size of pollutants and allergens in your home; do you need a system that works for the entire home or just certain rooms?

  • One Air Filter Device or Multiple: there are different types of filters for different applications and using the wrong one could leave you suffering.

Types of Air Filtering Systems

The next step is getting to know the different types of air filtration systems on the market. Here are a few types to consider and what they have to offer:

  • Media Filters

  • Mechanical Filters

  • HEPA Filters

  • Electronic Filters

All of the above systems can be categorized as a mechanical or electronic air system. Mechanical filters have a media filter that uses carbon or another porous material as its core to filter out pollutants.

So, which filtration system is best?

The highest rated media filter, is the HEPA system. A HEPA system can filter up to 99.9% of all contaminants 0.3 microns or larger. But it all depends on your unique needs and that’s where we come in!

We offer a variety of products and solutions designed to fit your budget and improve the quality of the air inside your home.