The COVID-19 quarantine has a lot of people concerned. Not only for the health and safety of themselves and loved ones but also for their jobs and livelihoods. To make matters worse, we’re all stuck inside when we’d rather be outside enjoying the spring weather. It’s more important than ever that you have clean air in your home. Not only will clean air help you breathe easier, but it also gets rids of odors and toxins that can be harmful to your health. In this post, we’ll talk about some of the advantages of the HALO-LED Whole Home In-Duct Air Purifier. It’s one solution that can solve all of your home air purifying needs.
The HALO-LED in-duct air purifier uses state-of-the-art technology to clean every cubic inch of the air in your home. Recycled air is cleansed of pollutants like pollen, dander, and dust, giving you fresh air throughout your home. It’s also proven to rid your air of bacteria and viruses, including MRSA, E. coli, and others.
HOW IT WORKS
The HALO-LED uses patent-pending Reflective Electromagnetic Energy to clean your air. It’s installed inside the duct next to your HVAC unit and activates any time your heating or air conditioner is turned on. The HALO-LED produces hydroperoxide plasma that attaches itself to air as it moves through the filter. But it gets better – the plasma actually stays with the air as it moves throughout your entire home, purifying all the air on the way. Because the plasma is ionized, particles throughout your home stick together so they’ll be caught in your filter.
The new and improved HALO-LED features a higher output of the plasma which kills contaminants not only in the air, but on surfaces as well. If you’re suffering from allergies or other respiratory issues, the HALO-LED can offer relief.
THE HIGHER STANDARD
If you’d like to learn more about the Reme HALO-LED, and our other products and services, give The Darville Company a call at 432-580-9675. Darville is the Higher Standard.
Just when you thought winter was over and warmer weather was here to stay, we’re back in a bit of a cold snap. Here in Odessa, it’s that time of year where we’ll have highs in the 80s one day and lows in the 30s the next. Even if you’ve already cranked up the AC for the first time this spring, it’s not too late to prepare before it really gets going this summer. In this post, we’ll offer some easy spring HVAC maintenance tips that you can perform at home to keep your HVAC running smoothly as we head into the summer months. We’ll also outline some ways we can help you stay comfortable in your home while saving money.
Twice a year you make a major change in how you use your HVAC. In the fall, you go from using your air conditioning to heating your home. Then in the spring, you switch back. These are GREAT times to get an expert to run general maintenance on your unit.
CHANGE THE FILTER
We emphasize this in almost every HVAC post because it’s important. A clogged filter will create dirty air, make your unit work harder, leave you less comfortable, and cost you more money. They are easy to buy and replace on your own.
Here’s a tip you may not have thought of. When the weather warms up, turn on the A/C before you really need it. This will help make sure everything’s in good working order before the West Texas temperatures really start to boil. If you notice there is a problem, you can get it fixed ASAP.
Most newer homes have digital thermostats, but most older homes don’t. A digital thermostat will help you precisely regulate the temperature and do it more efficiently at the same time. It’s also less likely that you’ll end up running the unit constantly, which is expensive and can burn out your system.
THE HIGHER STANDARD
Following these few simple spring HVAC maintenance steps will help keep you cool all summer long. The Darville Company is here to help! Set up an appointment with us today by calling 432-580-9675. Darville is the Higher Standard.