Want to learn about the smartest — and fastest — way to improve your home’s indoor air? The comfort experts at Jon Wayne recommend IQAir, the best indoor air quality system available on the market today. It addresses a whole range of indoor air problems by taking advantage of state-of-the-art technology and innovative design.
Installed in your ductwork, the IQAir works with your home’s existing equipment, so that the system’s microfiber pleated panels can effectively filter the air in your home before it’s delivered to the rooms in your home. And each time the air circulates through your HVAC equipment — as many as 125 times a day — the system traps more airborne pollutants.
A look at some aspects of this indoor air quality system:
- Design. Instead of a traditionally flat filter surface, the IQAir uses a V-shaped filter, giving it almost 50 times the total surface area to filter out impurities, as compared to other indoor air quality systems.
- Filter material. IQAir’s advanced filters have much thinner fibers than those in most systems, meaning airflow through your heating and cooling equipment is maximized. At the same time, these fine filter materials allow the air-cleaning system to trap more particles.
- Maintenance. After it’s installed, the IQAir requires very little attention from you. Unlike other filter systems, it doesn’t need you to remember to check the filter every month — or even every year. In fact, IQAir’s filter boasts a three-year life span, based on the average homeowner’s use of the equipment.
- MERV 16 rating. As the No. 1 indoor air quality system on the market, the IQAir is the only system that has received a perfect rating: Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) 16. You just can’t get a better system. And publications such as Consumer Search, Allergy Buyer’s Club, Wired Magazine and Consumers Digest, among several others, have ranked the IQAir as the No. 1 product in its class.
If you’re interested in learning more about the IQAir as it compares to other indoor air quality systems, contact the experts at Jon Wayne Heating & Air Conditioning today. Serving the San Antonio area, we’re happy to help.
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