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Monday, December 22, 2014

The Chicago area may not be known for clean air outdoors, but that doesn't mean you can't improve indoor air quality and enjoy pure, healthy air in your home. A well-designed air purifier can remove a wide variety of pollutants from your home's air, protecting your health without running up your energy bills, hogging space or creating irritating noise. If these qualities matter to you, a Carrier Infinity Air Purifier could be ideal for your home.

Air Purification Protects Your Health

If you're managing allergies or asthma, an air purifier can help you breathe easier by removing pollen, mold spores, and other lung irritants from your air. Carrier Infinity Series Air Purifiers' Captures and Kills™ technology not only traps mold spores, but also neutralizes them so they can't cause mold growth inside the air purifier.

Those without respiratory problems benefit, too. Carrier Infinity Air Purifiers kill viruses and bacteria, contaminants so small they easily slip through most higher-efficiency air filters. With fewer of these disease-causing microbes in your air, you have a lower risk of colds and flu, as well as more serious health problems such as staph infection.

Thoughtful Design Keeps Your Home Comfortable

If you want to improve indoor air quality with minimal hassle, the design of your air purifier matters. Carrier Infinity Series Air Purifiers are whole-house air purifiers, which means they're installed inside your heating and cooling system. Because all your home's air passes through the purifier, you get clean air delivered to every room. Compare that to a portable air purifier that affects only one room and takes up your tabletop space, too.

Because Carrier Infinity Air Purifiers run silently, they won't bother you with the constant whirring noise many portable units produce. Maintaining these models is quick and convenient. When the filter media cartridge becomes dirty, just pull it out and slide in a new one.

If you're looking for ways to improve indoor air quality and your home's comfort, contact us at for help finding a knowledgeable contractor anywhere in the Chicago, Northwest Indiana or Southwest Michigan area.

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