Garland Air Cleaner Services
Eliminating Contaminants from the Air
The average home can be contaminated by smoke, dust, animal dander, mold, and other particles. If you want to clean the air in your home, there are a number of ways to do so, including installing an air cleaner. Whether you want individual room units or a whole-house air cleaner, Quick Solutions Air Conditioning & Heating can help. Our experienced technicians offer quality air cleaner installation in Garland and the nearby areas. We use the most advanced, up-to-date techniques and state-of-the-art tools to ensure that your system is up and running in no time.
Need air cleaner installation in Garland? Call us today at (469) 721-6659 to schedule your free in-person estimate. We offer financing!
Types of Whole-House Air Filters
There are a few different types of whole-home air filters, all of which have their own unique set of benefits. These include:
- Pleated HVAC Filters – If your home has a forced air furnace or heat pump, the filter is a type of air filtration system. The flat fiberglass filter is changed monthly, as it becomes clogged with dust and other particles that have been filtered out of the air. Pleated filters are designed to remove more contaminates from the air. It is necessary to change these filters regularly to ensure that they are effectively removing particles from the air.
- Extended Media Filters – These filters are similar to stacking several regular HVAC filters. The extended media filter is about eight inches thick and offers more effective air cleaning than the typical fiberglass filter or even a pleated filter. These are installed in the duct system by a professional HVAC contractor.
- Ultra Violet Air Cleaners – In addition to dust and particles, your home’s air can become polluted by viruses and bacteria. When germs are the main concern, an ultraviolet filter is effective at killing the bacteria and viruses in the air.
- Electronic Air Cleaners – This type of filtration system is much more effective at removing particles from the air than a flat filter. The unit uses high voltage current to charge the particles, which are then attracted to a collector plate with an opposite charge. In addition to dust and particles, these air cleaners are effective for removing smoke from the air.
The ideal air cleaner for your home will depend on several factors, including the condition of the air in your home and the particles that need to be removed. At Quick Solutions Air Conditioning & Heating, we can assess your needs, listen to your concerns, and recommend the best type of system for your home. Our HVAC technicians are experienced and well-equipped to help you with air cleaner installation, repair, and routine maintenance in the Dallas Metroplex Area. We’re dedicated to providing high-quality HVAC and indoor air quality services at affordable rates.
Take the first step toward better indoor air quality—call us at (469) 721-6659 for a free estimate today!