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Air Cleaning

The Hidden Hero in Your HVAC System

Integral to your heating and cooling systems, these filters play a crucial role in maintaining healthy indoor air quality. Our homes have an air filter in our HVAC system that has to get replaced quite often.


The filters that we offer are called air cleaners. These air cleaners go beyond traditional filtering, actively cleansing your home's air of various pollutants, such as the dust we see when light hits our homes in such a way that we can see all the dust in the air.

Air Cleaning vs. Air Purification

While air purifiers neutralize pollutants, our air cleaners physically remove particles, ensuring a comprehensive approach to air quality.

Ex: Let’s say you have a particle floating around your air that is contaminated. The air purifier will sterilize this particle, but it will not get rid of it, meaning it is still there to get trapped in your lungs and your sinuses. The air cleaner is meant to work in conjunction with the air purifier and remove this particle altogether. Air cleaners remove particles, remove dust, remove dander. Any physical particle that's there gets removed by the air cleaner. And the air purifier purifies our air. 

Complete Your Home's Air Quality Solution

Combine our air cleaners with air purifiers for the ultimate defense against indoor air pollutants. Reach out to us for a tailored air quality enhancement plan for your home.


  • Air cleaning involves physically removing particles from the air, while air purifiers use technology to neutralize or trap pollutants, offering a more comprehensive approach to air quality improvement.

  • Filter replacement frequency varies depending on the model and usage. Typically, filters should be checked and replaced as needed, usually every 3 to 6 months.

  • Yes, air cleaning systems can help remove allergens such as dust, pollen, and pet dander from the air, improving indoor air quality for allergy sufferers.

  • Yes, many air purifiers are equipped to remove odors from the air, including cooking odors, pet odors, and smoke odors, providing fresher indoor air.

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