Eliminate Indoor Pollution With an Air Scrubber

Air pollution isn’t just car exhaust and smog; it also includes airborne bacteria in your home. In fact, air pollution is two to five times higher inside your home, according to the EPA. Considering most people spend 90% of their time indoors, this is a major concern.

Don’t worry though, there is something you can do to combat indoor air pollution and airborne bacteria hiding in your home. It’s called an Air Scrubber. All the air in your home runs though your central air system before its redistributed through the house. This means clean air starts with your HVAC system. An Air Scrubber, installed by Moore Home Services, will remove air pollutants by filtering anything that comes through your central HVAC system.

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Why Should I Install an Air Scrubber?

Oftentimes, you pollute your home without even realizing it. Candles, pet dander, hair spray, gas stoves, and household cleaners are only a few of the things contaminating your indoor air. While most of these things are unavoidable, an Air Scrubber can greatly reduce the hidden airborne bacteria in your home.

When you install an Air Scrubber, you can breathe easy knowing:

  • 99% of all surface and airborne contaminates are neutralized by the Air Scrubber.** Scientific testing by Kansas State University shows that the Air Scrubber can substantially reduce microbial bacteria including: E. Coli, Listeria, S. aureus (Staph), Streptococcus spp. (Strep), Hepatitis A, H1N1 (Swine Flu), H5N8 (Bird Flu), and MRSA. ***  
  • The Air Scrubber purifies air, significantly reduces unpleasant odors, and removes indoor air pollution.
  • Family members or visitors with weakened immune systems, allergies, or respiratory sensitivities are protected in your home
  • The Air Scrubber can clean up to 3,000 square feet

If left unchecked, indoor air pollution can cause headaches, fatigue, throat and nose irritation, respiratory disease, and in worst cases cancer.

**At this time, the Air Scrubber has not been tested against the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and we cannot say if it kills or prevents that virus.
***This product is not a medical device intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

How Does The Air Scrubber Work?

As mentioned above, all indoor air is filtered through your existing HVAC system. With the Air Scrubber, any air that enters your HVAC system will receive an extra cleaning. With light waves and a special catalytic process that produces ions which remove dust particles, the Air Scrubber purifies indoor air by attacking contaminates on all surfaces. Additionally, the Air Scrubber releases safe oxidizers like hydro-peroxides and hydroxides that convert into healthy oxygen and hydrogen.

When installed, the Air Scrubber is placed above the evaporative coils at the entry of your air ducts. This is an optimal position because it forces all air through the Air Scrubber for cleaning.

University studies show that after using the Air Scrubber, particles that could potentially cause illnesses, such as E-coli viruses, Strep, Staph, and Listeria, are eliminated from your indoor air.

Do I Need a New HVAC System?

You do not need a new HVAC system to install an Air Scrubber. The Air Scrubber simply an add-on to your current system. All our technicians at Moore Home Services are ready and able to install an Air Scrubber into your existing HVAC system.

Keep Your Home Clean With an Air Scrubber

An added bonus of an Air Scrubber is that it helps keep your home dust free. As air filters through the scrubber, particles clump together which makes them easier to see and scrub away. Many times, a house can look dirtier after an Air Scrubber is installed; that’s because the dust particles are bundling together, making them easier to clean.

Have Questions about the Air Scrubber? Moore Home Services would be happy to help. Simply fill out the contact form, or call our service center.