At S&R Heating & Cooling, we know that comfort is about more than just a temperature setting. It also depends on the quality of the air you breathe. You can’t control what’s in the air outside or most of the places you go, but at home you can take charge with an air purification ionizer. Our favorite is a next-generation purifier—a self-cleaning, no-maintenance, bi-polar ionization generator that outperforms previous models.
Leading the Charge for Cleaner Air
Early ionizers would electrically charge tiny airborne particles—like dust, pollen, and pet dander—which would attach themselves like a magnet to a surface with the opposite charge. The good news was you couldn’t inhale them; the bad news was they would build up on that surface. Whether it was a plate in the unit or your walls and furniture, residue had to be wiped off regularly. With our newest model, charged particles attach to each other until they are large enough to be trapped in an air filter.
Trap and Toss Dust and Germs
Our ionizing air purifiers can work with your Bryant® system, continually circulating ions that cause pollutants to clump together in the filter where they can be easily removed. Best of all, when the ions come in contact with bacteria, viruses, or mold, they remove the hydrogen atom from these microorganisms. Without hydrogen, they have no energy to survive and can’t make you sick. Additional benefits include:
- No maintenance and no replacement parts—just change the filter as usual
- Actively treats air throughout your home
- Easily installs in minutes
- Keeps coil clean for peak performance
- Reduces odors and static electricity as well as impurities
All Our Services Are a Breath of Fresh Air
Spring is finally here and if you’re like many homeowners, that means it’s time to make repairs and improvements, such as an air purification ionizer. For all your heating, cooling, and air quality repair needs, S&R Heating is here with more than 35 years of experience. Contact us anytime with your questions or to schedule fast, affordable service.