Camarillo Air Scrubber Installation
An air scrubber is an air cleaning system that’s installed in HVAC ducting. These integrated HVAC accessories offer many of the same benefits that whole-house air purifiers supply, but the sanitizing mists they release also clean indoor surfaces and the air outside of HVAC systems.
While air purifiers sanitize air as it passes through ducting, air scrubbing solutions permeate every corner of the home. These mists weigh dander, pollen, dust, and germs down while neutralizing gaseous chemicals.
Air scrubber technologies can both protect resident health and improve indoor conditions by minimizing or eliminating many common IAQ concerns.
- Tobacco smoke and smoke odors
- Cooking odors and cooking-related VOCs
- Contaminants from off-gassing building materials
- Pathogens responsible for communicable illness
Before installing an air cleaner, it’s important to determine whether this is the right IAQ accessory for you. IAQ assessments identify airborne contaminants and measure their concentrations. They also offer data that helps find the underlying causes of ongoing IAQ problems. For instance, if your home has high levels of radon or concerning levels of carbon monoxide (CO) gas, you may need to improve your sump pump cap or have your furnace’s venting system replaced. Although highly effective, air scrubbers aren’t meant to combat the ongoing IAQ effects of fixable issues like these.
Your new IAQ equipment shouldn’t have an impact on the performance of your HVAC system or cause significant increases in your home energy bill. Air scrubbers activate during heating and cooling cycles without obstructing the flow of air. Many air scrubbers also offer features like variable-speed functionality and smart thermostat integration. Some models also use less than 20 watts of electricity.