You don’t necessarily have to be a germophobe to want clean air in your Kilgore, Texas, home. Cleaner air lets you breathe easy, while also minimizing the chance for illness throughout the year. The only problem is that most HVAC systems aren’t capable of keeping up with the workload. Fortunately, there are other solutions. With a REME air purification system, you can keep your family safe by removing these contaminants from the air.
Before getting into the details of how the REME system works, it’s important to note how poor indoor air quality affects your health. Essentially, there are three things that create dangerous air quality: gases, microbes, and particulates. While not always easily identifiable, these contaminants are sometimes discovered through sight or smell. By ridding the home of these harmful agents, you can breathe easier and avoid allergy flare-ups, mild to severe sickness, colds, and other long-term effects.
Most air cleaners and home filtration systems connect to your home’s HVAC system close to the air conditioner or furnace. However, the REME system is an in-duct version that uses next-generation technology. Originally created to combat “sick building syndrome,” which was the result of people working closely together in confined spaces like cubicles, the REME proactively finds contaminants and kills them before they exit the air ducts.
The REME air purification system uses electromagnetic energy to create hydroperoxides, as well as using ionized zinc. While that sounds like chemistry-class jargon, all you need to know is that it emulates the way that nature cleans the air. The result is air that’s free of dander, mold, bacteria, viruses, and other harmful stuff.
With a REME air purification system, you can keep your family safe and breathing easy all year. At JD’s A/C, we also have a number of other air quality products to choose from, and our installation is quick and easy. Give us a call at (903) 759-7483.
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