Breathing clean air is essential. Make
sure your home is equipped with a proper air filtration system to keep
air clean and fresh. USAir Duct and Carpet Cleaning installs electrostatic filters, which are more effective than traditional furnace filters, keeping your air clean year-round.
Electrostatic Filtration Systems
While the name may sound technical, electrostatic filtration is quite simple. The air is cleaned using static electricity, a safe and natural process. Airborne particles are attracted to a static charge and kept there until released, when the filter is washed. Air quality is improved, free of irritants and allergens. These high-tech filters provide the highest advances in technology and will last a lifetime—no replacements necessary!
Air-Care Electrostatic Air Filters clean the air by using static electricity, a safe, naturally occurring phenomenon. An electrostatic charge is generated by air flowing through a maze of static prone fibers. Airborne particles are attracted and held by the static charge until released by washing. All Air-Care Electrostatic Filters contain an EPA registered anti-microbial material to inhibit the mold and bacteria growth on the filter surface.
Filter Cleaning Instructions
When cleaned as directed, your Air-Care filter will give you many years of trouble free use. Failure to properly clean the filter may lessen filter effectiveness, and as with any air filter, it is possible for an excessive dirt buildup to cause air flow resistance sufficient to damage other ventilation components. Depending on your specific situation the filter should be cleaned every 4-6 weeks.
Electrostatic Filter Benefits
If you're looking to improve the quality of your air, you're on the right track. These filters are top-of-the-line. Other benefits include:
Money Saved: Improved air flow (due to less particles in the air) requires less maintenance of your HVAC system
Less Cleaning: Dusting just got easier!
Health Improvements: Pollutants are removed. Mold spores, bacteria, pollen, dust, animal dander and hair are carried in air particles, and these particles often contain bacteria or viruses