When your home in Cumming, GA, has excellent indoor air quality, you’ll feel your best and reduce your risk of illness. Choosing the right air purifier can be tough, but there’s an exciting offering recommended by professionals: the REME HALO in-duct purifier.
What Is the REME HALO?
The REME HALO is a small device that sits inside your home’s air ducts. It releases different molecules that help purify the air throughout your home.
Unlike technologies like UV light purification, which require air to pass through a device for purification, the HALO releases molecules that are then distributed throughout your home’s air supply. This means that air is being actively purified everywhere in your home.
An HVAC professional might install your REME HALO during an AC installation or at a later date. Compared to many purification systems, its installation is fairly simple.
How Does It Work?
This device purifies air in two ways: through ionization and the release of airborne hydrogen peroxide. The ionizer makes harmful particles like pollen, spores and other allergens stick together. These stuck particles are then trapped more easily by your system’s filter.
The release of airborne hydrogen peroxide might sound unusual, but hydrogen peroxide is also in outdoor air. It’s part of a natural air purification process. The REME HALO releases enough hydrogen peroxide to ensure that your air becomes pure but not so much that you notice its presence.
This device is also remarkably good at disinfecting indoor air. It can kill up to 99% of viruses and bacteria. It also operates silently, so once your HVAC professional installs it, you won’t even know it’s there.
Why Is It an Important Innovation?
As part of their regular HVAC maintenance, plenty of homeowners have their ducts cleaned. However, the REME HALO effectively works as a constant duct cleaner. This ends up keeping your air cleaner and saving you money on maintenance costs.
If you’re ready to take steps to dramatically improve your indoor air quality with the REME HALO, we can help you. When you’re ready for an air purifier installation, give Pruitt Heating & Air, Inc. a call.
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