Air Quality Issues A Purifier Can Solve

Air Purifier Benefits

Improving your indoor air quality can make a dramatic difference for the health of you and your family. Although you can find a variety of single-room air purifiers, the best option is a purifier that works with your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. This keeps the air clean throughout your entire home. High-quality Lennox units are especially powerful and can filter incredibly small particles from your air.

Here are some of the air quality issues that a Lennox purifier can solve:

Dust and Dirt

Dust and dirt in your air can aggravate your allergies and impact the cleanliness of your home. The first step in Lennox’s high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtration systems is a prefilter. This captures larger particles that may be lowering your indoor air quality. It is the simplest step in the process, but can definitely make a difference for how you and your family feel.

Small Airborne Particles and Allergens

Dirt and dust are relatively easy to remove, but smaller particles can be more complicated to filter out of your air. Luckily, Lennox systems remove 95% of airborne particulate matter as small as 0.3 micron. This includes allergens such as pet dander. As a result, if anyone in your home has allergies, a purifier could make even more of a difference.

Germs and Bacteria

No one wants to be exposed to germs and bacteria. However, there are likely many of these invisible particles in your home’s air and you may not even realize they are there. These molecules are very, very small, so filtering them is even more difficult than removing pet dander or other airborne particles. However, Lennox’s HEPA filters are up to the challenge. They can remove up to 90% of germs and bacteria as small as 0.01 micron, which is 500 times smaller than the diameter of a strand of human hair.

Lennox systems not only have highly-efficient filters that remove these molecules, but they also include germicidal ultraviolet (UV) lights. These kill germs and bacteria even before they are filtered out of your air, adding an extra level of protection.

Household Chemicals

Household cleaners, new carpets, furniture upholstery, paints, and more can introduce volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into your air. These are fine in small amounts, but they can start to seriously impact your health as they build up over time. Some possible effects include respiratory problems, headaches, and irritation of your eyes or throat. They may also give your home an unpleasant odor or start to damage your furniture. A Lennox system can remove these while purifying your air.


The oxygen we breath has two oxygen atoms, whereas ozone has three. This chemical can irritate your respiratory tract and impact the environment. A large number of ionizing air purifiers actually increase the level of ozone in your home, which diminishes your air quality instead of improving it. Lennox systems are designed so they not only emit less ozone than competitor systems, but also actively work to remove it.

Other Air Quality Issues

In addition to the above problems, you may notice other issues with your indoor air quality such as humidity imbalances or stale air. Lennox offers a variety of products in addition to their HEPA purifiers that can address these concerns.

Add A Purifier To Your HVAC

With so many people more concerned about their health than ever before, now is the perfect time to add an air purifier to your HVAC unit. Signature Heating and Cooling installs high-quality Lennox systems that you can count on to correct these and other air quality issues. Prices start as low as $39.99 a month with financing.*

Contact our team today to discuss how we can improve your indoor air quality.

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