Hepa Filters for Your Long Island Home
The HEPA air filtration standard requires that 99.97% of airborne particles larger than 0.3 microns be removed from the air by constant filtration. HEPA stands for High-Efficiency Particulate Arrestance, and it is no surprise by the large amount of airborne contamination a HEPA filter traps that it is the highest standard in meeting air quality requirements in both industrial and household settings.
Once dust, contaminates and particles are trapped in a HEPA filter, they are locked in and will not re-enter the air. The only way to remove the caught particles is by removing the filter and washing it. Periodically washing and maintaining your HEPA filter will ensure it can continually be used to trap a high number of air particles. Without cleaning the filter regularly, especially after using in a highly polluted environment, the HEPA filter cannot successfully capture the 99.97% of airborne particles.
HEPA filters are environmentally friendly and will not emit any harmful bi-products into the atmosphere. Other types of air filters, such as ionic air filtration systems, release ozone as they process airflow. Using a HEPA filter will ensure that you are not breathing in or releasing any harmful materials or chemicals.
In Long Island homes, HEPA filters can be found in vacuum cleaners, furnaces and air conditioning systems. There are also some floor-fan models that employ HEPA technology to filter the air as it is circulated throughout your house. Some in-home air purifiers and humidifiers also use a HEPA filtration system to remove unwanted particles and toxins from the air in your home.
Our Hepa Filter Services Include:
- Hepa Filter Installation
- Hepa Filters
- Hepa Filter Replacement
Contact Metro Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. for a free Long Island hepa filters estimate by calling 631-667-8181 or complete our service request form.