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Air Filters vs. Air Cleaners: Which Should You Get?

Monday, January 16th, 2017

There are different ways to remove unwanted particles from circulating around your home, creating discomfort and health troubles. The two broadest categories are mechanical air filters and electronic air cleaners. If you want better air for your household, you might wonder which of the two is the best to have installed.

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Why Indoor Air Quality Is Crucial During the Winter

Monday, November 21st, 2016

Poor indoor air quality in a home can be a problem any time of the year. A fact of modern homes is that they are built to be more airtight than ever before, which makes them easier to efficiently heat and cool. There’s little chance for heat to escape during cold weather or for it slip in during hot weather. But this sealing means less fresh air moving through the rooms, and subsequently a drop in indoor quality.

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What’s the Difference between an Air Filter and an Air Cleaner?

Monday, August 17th, 2015

If you’ve made the decision to improve your indoor air, you’ve made a good choice; now you have to decide exactly how you want to accomplish it. With so many indoor air quality products available for your HVAC system, it can be hard to tell which type of product will be best. Two popular and effective options are air filter systems and air cleaners. Let’s take a look at how these two products differ.

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What Are My Choices for Electronic Air Cleaners?

Monday, May 4th, 2015

It may seem a crazy idea – cleaning your air with electricity. But that’s what happens, in a slightly indirect way, when you use an electronic air cleaner. You won’t see electricity zapping through the air with an electronic air cleaner; in fact, you won’t see much at all, which is a good thing. But when you hire experts, like the ones at Comfort Flow Heating, to install and service your electronic cleaner in Eugene, OR, you can rest assured that your air cleaner is doing its job.

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