I have recently learned quite a bit about the relationship between HVAC as well as nice indoor air quality.
In my head, I always thought that nice HVAC meant nice indoor air quality. And, that is true to a certain degree. HVAC goes a long way toward keeping our inside air quality good. The main way it does this is through humidity control. As the HVAC device turns on to cool the household, it doesn’t just begin pumping in cooled air from some canister. No, it begins the cooling process by removing sizzling air from inside and pushes it outside. That leaves the cooler air to fill that void. However, hot inside air is not the only thing being pushed from the household. In fact, as the HVAC is pushing out hot inside air, it is taking with it a nice bit of moisture as well. This allows the inside air to have balanced humidity. Balanced humidity means preventing mold & mildew growth. Mold is incredibly bad for the respiratory system as well as the indoor air quality. However, introducing a whole household air purifier can allow the HVAC to take the indoor air quality to a completely new level. I was able to see this first hand when my neighbor got a single one in her house. She had complained for years about the terrible smell of her indoor air. And frankly, she wasn’t wrong. But when she got the whole household air purifier, I was entirely blown away at how clean the air was in her household. Not only was the smell better however the air was as clean as it could possibly be. She now has the finest indoor air quality due to a HEPA air filter for the HVAC as well as the whole household air purifier. It is absolutely installed inside the HVAC. The air purifier kills all contaminants in the air as it passes through the air handler.