Do you find that there are a lot of dust and dirt particles floating around in the air in your home? Maybe you cannot see any, but if you notice that your allergy or asthma symptoms are acting up more than usual, or the factory air filters in your HVAC equipment are clogged up, high levels of airborne pollutants may be to blame. To combat the many different problems that airborne pollutants can lead to, you may need a quality air filtration system in your Phoenix, AZ home. The indoor air quality specialists at JL Finley Construction are here to help. Contact us today and we will help you find the most appropriate air filtration system for your needs.
The Phoenix, AZ air filtration experts at JL Finley Construction offer quality system repair, installation, and maintenance services throughout the Phoenix area.
While air filtration is not necessarily the most complex process in the world, it is important that you schedule your air filtration services with a skilled, trained professional in order to ensure that you are targeting the right pollutants properly. One of the most basic ways by which to filter pollutants out of the air in your home is with a mechanical air filter. This is the type of air filter, such as in your HVAC equipment, that filters out pollutants on a filtering material as air passes through. That filter in your system is not enough to handle problems causing low indoor air quality, though.
Your air filter is measured with a MERV (minimum efficiency reporting value). This number denotes how efficiently the filter operates. The MERV of the air filter in your system is probably quite low, as these air filters are designed to protect the condition of your HVAC equipment, not to boost indoor air quality. Air filters with a higher MERV can be installed in your system to help clean up the air that you breathe. However, you must work with a Phoenix, AZ air filtration system pro to ensure that the MERV is appropriate for your system. Otherwise you may wind up with an air filter that is too efficient for your existing equipment, leading to excess airflow resistance.
If an air filter alone is not enough to solve your indoor air quality problems, an electronic air cleaner can help. By pulling air into an ionization chamber and giving the pollutants in that air an electrical charge, an electronic air cleaner can help you enjoy higher quality air throughout your home. The charged pollutants will be collected on a plate in the device. They are thus removed from the air that you breathe.
Whatever your air conditioning needs, call us today or contact us online. We look forward to having the opportunity to serve you! Call us Today at (602) 730-5152.