Air Purification System Install Phoenix
Phoenix, Arizona is one the U.S. cities that has struggled the hardest with the COVID-19 pandemic. While no longer under a stay-at-home order, businesses and individuals in the city are still struggling to find ways to live life with fewer restrictions, while still providing a safe atmosphere for people in their homes or businesses. Air purification systems, while not a cure-all, are one step that people can take to improve indoor air quality, and Worlock Air Conditioning is happy to bring its great reputation and highly-trained HVAC technicians as part of the cleaner-air solution.
Are Air Purification Systems New?
While many people are just being introduced to air purification systems because of indoor air quality concerns linked to the COVID-19 pandemic, the reality is that air purification systems have been in use for years. In fact, Worlock Air Conditioning has been installing air purification systems for its customers for years. Research has demonstrated that these purification systems not only improved measured air quality by reducing the level of viruses, bacteria, and microorganisms in the air, but also improve the overall health of buildings and their occupants. From reduced disease transmission and lower absenteeism to lower building mold rates, air purification systems work.
Are Air Purification Systems Affordable?
Because they use existing ductwork, building-wide air purification systems are surprisingly affordable. Depending on the type of system you select, the amount of coverage that you need, whether it is a residential or commercial application, and the size of the building, air purification systems could start at several hundred dollars, including installation.
COVID-19 and Air Safety
Now more than ever people are concerned about air quality and air safety because of the airborne COVID-19 virus. Air purification systems are one tool that people can use to help reduce the likelihood of coronavirus transmission in an enclosed space. The use of ionized filters that actually kill viruses and bacteria means that an air purification system can kill up to 99% of the viruses that come into contact with its surface. Combined with a ductwork delivery system that covers every square inch of enclosed air, this can be a significant step in helping to halt the spread of the coronaviruses. However, because new air and new people enter into buildings, an air purification system should be accompanied by other safety measures, such as wearing masks, handwashing, and social distancing, for maximum efficacy.
Ready to schedule an installation or simply want more information about whether an air purification system is right for you? Give Worlock Air Conditioning a call.