Air Quality Products
Humidifiers & Dehumidifiers
Humidifiers and dehumidifiers are devices that control moisture levels in your home’s air to help keep you and your family comfortable during dramatic temperature and moisture shifts throughout the year. During the winter when the air becomes dry and stale, humidifiers add moisture into the air in your home which helps prevent dry skin, chapped lips, and control dust accumulation contributing to asthma, allergies, and respiratory conditions.
Dehumidifiers work to remove excess moisture in the air during the humid months of summer, controlling and preventing the growth of mold. By controlling moisture levels, these devices can help decrease your energy bills by lightening the load on your heating and cooling systems.
Traditional humidifiers, otherwise known as bypass humidifiers, add moisture to the air by using heat from your furnace to heat water. Steam humidifiers, however, use their own water and heating system to boil water creating a self-sustained humidifier that doesn’t rely on your furnace. As a result, steam humidifiers are often more effective at adding moisture to your air and will typically generate better results than a bypass humidifier.
While HVAC systems are equipped with air filters, air purifiers provide a higher level of defense against airborne particles that lower your home’s indoor air quality. In addition to filtering your home’s air of dirt, dust, dander, and debris, many Bryant air purifiers are also capable of capturing and removing harmful germs and bacteria from the air, including those that may carry strains of the coronavirus.
Electronic Air Cleaners
Electronic air cleaners are a more advanced air purification system. Electrically charged filters are used to provide a higher level of protection to your home’s indoor air quality. The electrically charged filter attracts the oppositely charged air particles like a magnet, causing more effective removal of virus-causing bacteria, dirt, and debris from the air. Many electronic air cleaners are also equipped with washable and reusable filters, so you won’t have to invest in the purchase of a new filter every couple of months.
Electrostatic Air Cleaners
Similar to a traditional electronic air cleaner, electrostatic air cleaners use static electricity to attract, neutralize, and collect airborne particles as they pass through and remove them from your home’s indoor air. The major advantage to electrostatic air cleaners over traditional air purification systems is the absence of a filter you have to replace. Electrostatic air cleaners instead rely on an internal filtration system that just needs to be cleaned out every few months.
Ultraviolet Light Air Purifiers
The COVID-19 pandemic brought to light just how important it is to maintain air purity in your home to keep you and your family safe. Ultraviolet (UV) light air purifiers are one of the most effective air filtration methods for eliminating airborne particles containing germs, bacteria, mold, and mildew from your home’s air circulation. UV light doesn’t just clean or filter airborne particles, it actually has the power to destroy the microorganisms in the air that carry these germs and bacteria, even certain strains of the coronavirus. While effective, these systems produce a level of UV light that is safe for homeowners.
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