It treats the air as it passes through the furnace, trapping particulate and killing microorganisms
Last July, my hubby and numerous sons took a fishing charterâ€¦ They spent the day out on the lake and returned house with a cooler full of fresh fishâ€¦ I fired up the barbecue and cooked fish for our dinner, then every one of us ate out on the back patio and it was delicious. I froze the leftover fish until I decided to prepare it over the winter. I baked the fish in the oven and the stink was horribly strong. The stink got into the ducts and was spread throughout the entire house, however since the outside temperature was down to eighteen degrees, every one of us couldn’t go without the furnace. I legitimately couldn’t open up the windows to air out the house. I hoped that the fishy stink would dissipate before every one of us headed to bed at night. Unluckyly, I could still stink it the following day. This was a clear indication of problems with indoor air pollen levels. I stressed an evaluation of the house with a local HVAC contractor! He noticed the fishy stink the moment he stepped inside, after an inspection of the furnace, he told me that there was a buildup of contaminants within the air duct. This accumulation harbored stinks and spread harmful bacteria and toxins into our breathing air every time the oil furnace started up. He commanded duct cleaning and the installation of an media air purification system. The media air purification system runs 24/7 and requires only annual upkeep. It treats the air as it passes through the furnace, trapping particulate and killing microorganisms. It gets rid of bad stinks and provides a cleaner, fresher and more wonderful living environment.