The Five Best Types of Air Quality Systems

Pollution doesn’t just affect outdoor environments. The air inside our homes can become polluted as well. Home is where we cook, clean, house our pets, and, typically, rely on an HVAC system to filter and circulate the air. For homeowners in Knoxville, Tennessee, optimal indoor air quality helps reduce the risk and severity of respiratory illnesses, seasonal allergies, and even asthma. Cook’s Comfort Systems, Inc. provides several indoor air quality solutions that will enhance your family’s health and comfort inside your home.

First Line of Defense Against Contaminants

The Trane CleanEffects™ Air Cleaner wages war on poor indoor air quality. It removes 99.98 percent of airborne particles through revolutionary technology that results in cleaner, healthier air inside your home. When an air cleaner is used in conjunction with your home’s HVAC system, harmful bacteria and allergens can be a thing of the past. Proven to be more effective than any filter available on the market, this extraordinary air cleaner leads the industry by efficiently delivering more clean air by volume inside the home. It’s easy to install, and it offers quiet operation and requires no replacement filters. Say goodbye to smoke, dust, pet hair, pollen, and other respiratory triggers with an innovative solution like the Trane CleanEffects™ Air Cleaner.

Achieve Superior Indoor Air Quality Easily

The Trane Perfect Fit™ reusable air filter is up to six times more effective in capturing dust, pollen, and other bacteria than the standard throwaway filter. It filters 100 percent of the air that’s heated and cooled, it’s easy to maintain, and it’s available in a variety of sizes. The best part? This reusable filter will save you money that you would normally spend on replacing inferior filters. Also, when used in conjunction with a Trane CleanEffects™ whole-house air filtration system, it becomes one of the best methods for providing the cleanest air possible inside your home.

High-Quality Filtration is Key

Trane’s SlimFit Filter Rack works with Trane’s air handlers and has a hinged front panel for easy access for filter replacement. The Trane SlimFit Rack will accommodate any retail filter, although the Service First MERV 4 pleated filter is recommended and will work for up to 90 days. This filter offers equipment protection and traps allergens and pet dander between three and 10 microns. Replacing filters as recommended is key to provide optimal filtration and efficient system operation.

Access the Benefits of Humidifier Therapy

The right amount of humidity in the air is just as important as contaminant removal. Moisture makes it easier to breathe and prevents irritation that can be caused by too much dryness, especially for asthma sufferers. The Trane Steam Humidifier operates independently of your HVAC system to deliver the desired moisture level consistently throughout your home. Cook’s Comfort Systems, Inc. also carries other humidifier options to best suit your needs. The Trane THUMD Power Humidifier and the THUMD Bypass Humidifier are evaporative humidifiers that are designed to work in conjunction with your home’s HVAC system.

Clean Indoor Air and Lower Your Energy Bill

An energy recovery ventilator works with your HVAC system or heat pump to replace contaminated indoor air with fresh and clean outdoor air without wasting energy. This system works effectively in summer months, when it removes heat from the fresh air coming in, reducing the energy it would normally take to cool it to a comfortable level. The end result is increased savings on your energy bill and cleaner air inside your home.

Call us at Cook’s Comfort Systems, Inc. at 865-238-4835 to learn about additional ways to improve your home’s indoor air quality. We provide a variety of indoor air quality services, including the systems we mentioned earlier, that can help ensure healthy, clean air for your family to breathe inside your home.

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