The Air Scrubber by Aerus installs directly into residential or commercial HVAC systems to remove surface and airborne contaminants including VOCs, odors, dust, pet dander, and other allergens. The system uses our proprietary ActivePure® Technology and has been tested in independent labs and proven effective on bacteria, viruses, mold and fungi on surfaces and in the air.
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Indoor air quality or IAQ is the most overlooked area of our industry, but also one of the most important in our region. Poor IAQ not only affects the performance of your air conditioning and heating system, it also affect your health. Our understanding and control measure of common indoor air pollutants can help lower your risk of health concerns caused by poor IAQ. Some effects are similar to those from colds or other viral diseases, so it is often difficult to determine if the symptoms are a result of exposure to poor IAQ. Homes are built "tighter" these days and this causes more particles to be trapped in your home, possibly affecting you and your family's health. Things such as, cleaning chemicals, dust, pet dander and others become trapped in your home due to the "tightness" of your home's construction.
All Pro Home Services, through ongoing training, is prepared to inspect your home for indoor air quality issues. We will provide you with written results from your IAQ test as well as options to improve your IAQ and to prevent your indoor air from becoming poor quality again. Items and processes such as duct cleaning in The Woodlands, media filter installation, indoor air sanitation(UV) lights, and Lennox PureAir can be installed at very low cost while increasing the quality of your indoor air for the long term.
Health Concerns: Particles are generally a cause for concern when daily average levels are above 10 µg/m3. Particles are known to trigger asthma and allergy symptoms. At levels above 35 µg/m3, they can harm normally healthy adults by causing emphysema and diminished lung capacity. Children, the elderly, pregnant women and individuals with preexisting lung conditions are more susceptible.
Health Concerns: Chemical pollutants are generally a cause for concern when average levels are above 500 µg/m3 (micrograms per cubic meter of air). Chemical pollutants are known to trigger asthma and allergy symptoms. At moderate levels, eyes and nasal passages can be irritated. Some people can experience nausea and headaches. At very high levels, they can even affect normally healthy adults by overworking the liver and kidneys. Children, the elderly, and pregnant women are more susceptible.
Health Concerns: Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels above 750 ppm (parts per million) are a cause for concern. At higher levels, CO2 inside a home can contribute to what the EPA terms "sick building syndrome," which leads to fatigue, headache, breathing difficulties, nausea, strained eyes and itchy skin. CO2 poisoning, however, is very rare. The U.S. EPA recommends a maximum concentration of CO2 of 1000 ppm (0.1%) for continuous exposure.
Comfort Concerns: Comfortable temperatures fall within the range of 68 and 75 degrees F. In addition temperatures are most comfortable when steady, with fluctuations less than 1-1/2 degrees. Ideally, temperature should be constant between all areas of the home. People experience a chilling or 'goose bump' sensation when temperatures are uneven and when air blows quickly across the surface of the skin.
Comfort and Health: According to the ALA the relative humidity should be near 50% when possible. When air is too dry, people typically feel colder, and respiratory passages can become irritated and prone to infection. Conversely, air that is too moist defeats perspiration, the body‘s natural cooling mechanism. High moisture also can lead to condensation within walls and on windows, which can cause mold.
Safety Concerns: Carbon monoxide replaces oxygen in the blood, and is a cause for concern when average levels are 6 ppm or higher. When levels are above 25 ppm, immediate action should be taken. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas produced by combustion. When people are exposed to relatively low levels, it can cause headaches and nausea. At relatively high levels it can cause memory problems and ultimately death.
A SIGNATURE OF INTELLIGENCE
The PureAir™ S Air Purification System is equipped with smart and sensing features that make maintaining your system a breeze. Built-in sensors monitor the life of both the filter and the Purifier UVA light so you don’t have to. When it’s time to change the filter or the Purifier, the PureAir™ S lets you know through your iComfort® S30 Ultra Smart Thermostat.
HEALTHIER, CLEANER AIR
Unlike other air purification products on the market, the PureAir™ S system does not produce any ozone as a by-product and actively works to reduce ozone, a known lung irritant.
Many air-cleaning systems filter out particles. Some destroy germs, and some attack odors. The PureAir™ S Air Purification System is a whole-home solution that combats all three major types of indoor air contaminants.
Inside your HVAC system, fine dust collects on air duct surfaces, vents, and other internal parts of your HVAC system. Flakes of dead skin, hair, and pet dander latch themselves to the dust, and over a short period of time this process creates a dense, mat-like environment where bacteria, mold, dust mites and other allergens can flourish. Air filters remove a lot of these allergens from the air stream, but not from all parts of the HVAC system. That's why it's important to periodically check the condition of your air ducts to see if they could use air duct cleaning services.
Indoor air quality can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air, and since the EPA estimates that people spend almost 90% of their time indoors, this is a big deal.
Poor indoor air quality can threaten your family's health, so it's important to keep things out of your home that cause pollution, and ensure that your house is well-ventilated. We can help!
All Pro Home Services offers free in-home consultations for duct cleaning in The Woodlands as well as free second opinions. We will visit your home and spend time with you, finding out what your needs are and offering you solutions that make sense.
Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value, commonly known as MERV rating, is a measurement scale designed in 1987 by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) to rate the effectiveness of air filters with the scale being MERV 1 to MERV 20. So basically, the higher the MERV rating, the better the filter.
Lennox Healthy Climate Media Filter Cabinets are provided to us ready to be installed with minimal intrusion to the homeowner and also include:
Our installation technicians can typically install a media filter apparatus in 2 hours or less. This means less headache and interruption to your busy schedule.