Air purification is a big deal, especially while the reality of COVID-19 is still ‘in the air’.
The oxygen that you breathe into your lungs on a day-to-day basis is important not only for survival, but also for your overall human health and wellness.
The unpleasant truth is that it’s easy for oxygen to become ‘impure.’
Toxins, allergens, mold, and other microbial contaminants can easily make their way into your body via the air you breathe.
It’s not pleasant to think about—but it’s a truth that’s worth facing.
The good news is that you can do a lot to help eliminate the problem (or at least, most of it).
The bad news is that most people just don’t know how to get started.
So in this blog post, you’re going to learn how a whole home air purification system can help you to solve it, once and for all.
You’re also going to learn why we believe the Reme-Halo system is the best option on the market for the vast majority of homes.
Let’s dive into it.
Why Install A Whole Home Purification System?
Air purification systems come in all shapes and sizes.
You can buy individual units that sit in the corner, or you can buy whole-home systems that are designed to help you purify the air in every space within your home.
The obvious upside to individual units is that they’re cheaper to buy. But that’s about the only advantage they give you.
They will help to clean the air in your space—but only to a certain extent.
And trust us—there are a lot of reasons for why filtering and cleaning your indoor air is going to make a big difference.
Here are just a few of the issues that often plague the air indoor spaces:
- Indoor toxins (from cleaning products, personal care products, etc.)
Now, upon reading this list, you may think to yourself:
Wow, that’s crazy! But my home probably doesn’t have any of that stuff. I keep it pretty clean, I don’t smoke, and I don’t have allergies.
Well, on one hand, it’s awesome that you don’t have direct cause to believe that an air purification system would benefit your space.
But on the other—the absence of ‘obvious’ observable problems doesn’t usually mean that there’s an absence of indoor toxins at work in your air supply, either.
Unfortunately—when air gets ‘trapped’ indoors for an extended period of time (which is usually the case with air in every indoor space), it’s going to pick up a certain range of contaminants.
And even if you do a great job of cleaning your home, you’re still not going to be able to scrub those contaminants out of the air.
If you have a central heating and cooling system, then the air may circulate outside—which is good as a means of reducing ‘stale’ air.
But this also means that toxins from outside are going to be sucked right into your living space—and lungs—as a result.
This is why we always make it a point to prioritize the importance of a whole home air purification system.
And our favorite option, by far, is the Reme-Halo system.
Why Do We Prefer The Reme-Halo System Over Other Purification Systems?
Simply put—in our experience, the Reme-Halo system delivers maximally efficient whole home air purification benefits at the most cost-effective price point.
There are cheaper systems that don’t work as well, and there are also more expensive systems that just don’t do quite enough to justify the higher price.
Here are just a few features of the Reme-Halo system that you might be interested in learning about:
- It utilizes next-generation IAQ technology
- It boasts a higher ionized Hydro-peroxide output (in other words, it kills more microbial contaminants at a faster rate)
- It helps to clean allergens from the air, bringing much-needed relief to those suffering from allergies, asthma, etc.
- It reduces ‘sick building syndrome’ risk
- It reduces indoor odors and air pollutants
- It easily mounts right into your existing air conditioning and heating system air ducts—which is where most contamination problems start and spread
If you want to learn more about this amazing system, download the PDF here.
Now you know exactly why we always advise that homeowners install a whole home air purification system, and why we always recommend that you consider the Reme-Halo system as a first-choice option.
And if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d love to help you walk through this process and get you up-and-running with your own whole home air purification system.