Air Filtration Systems Help Keep Your Home Clean
Breathing is easy in a home with healthy air. Whether you’re building new, remodeling, or just wanting to breathe easier in your existing home, get rid of dust, mold and allergens with an air purification system from the experts at Nordstrom Heating & Air. We can help minimize the risk of allergy symptoms, asthma triggers and long-term respiratory irritants by increasing your indoor air quality. We install whole-home air purifiers into your central heating and cooling system, which also maximize the life of your heat pump and improve its energy savings by keeping your HVAC equipment clean.
Better living starts with cleaner air
Cleaner air starts with better airflow. Traditional furnace filters force air through dense materials to trap particles. Over time they become clogged and hamper airflow, resulting in lower airflow and efficiency.
With AccuClean™ whole-home air filtration connected to your central heating and cooling system you get long-lasting, consistent air flow and much cleaner air. In fact, with one of these systems you get up to 99.98% cleaner air, virtually eliminating cooking or pet odors, allergens, dust, bacteria, and so much more.
- Clean air: AccuClean™ filters the air about 7 times per day throughout your entire home. This means that airborne particles, like dust, pollens, pet dander and even viruses will be trapped in the AccuClean™ and not in your lungs.
- Efficiency: Removes up to 99.98% of airborne particulate and allergens down to .3 microns from the filtered air in your home. So you get cleaner air, and more of it.
- Ozone: We designed AccuClean with your health in mind. That is why ozone output from AccuClean is 10x less than the recommended standard allowed by the FDA.
Nordstrom Heating & Air is a certified provider of AccuClean systems. Our factory-trained technicians will work with you every step of the way in choosing the system that’s right for you – from walking you through the entire purchasing process to conducting an in-depth analysis of your home and your comfort needs. Based on that information, we will recommend a system that works best for your home and family. After all, the more efficient the system, the more comfortable you’ll be.
Commonly asked questions:
Is American Standard AccuClean™ noisier than other air filtration systems?
No. AccuClean doesn’t produce the zapping noises that electronic air cleaners do. AccuClean is virtually inaudible.
How do the life cycle costs of an AccuClean unit compare to other air filtration systems?
Unlike other systems that require a ready supply of replacement filters that can cost up to $200 per year, AccuClean has a permanent filter that does not need replacing for 5 years or longer, depending on cleaning cycles.
Some people have expressed concern about the ozone emissions of ionizing air cleaners. Does American Standard AccuClean have an impact on ozone?
AccuClean was specifically designed to fall well below the 50 ppb FDA voluntary emission limit for medical devices. In fact, testing of AccuClean by third parties indicated that there’s no more ozone in a home with AccuClean than naturally occurs in the environment already.
What kind of maintenance does American Standard AccuClean require compared to other systems?
With AccuClean, maintenance is cost-efficient and time-saving. Rather than changing filters every month, AccuClean’s cleanable filters need to be vacuumed once every six months, or more often as needed. Seasonal inspections by an independent American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning dealer are recommended.
Is it true that AccuClean “captures” but does not “kill” germs, fungi, bacteria or allergens?
There is no way to accurately determine whether germs and the like can be “killed” by an air filter system. In fact, removing airborne fungi, bacteria and allergens from a home’s filtered air is far more important for you and your family’s health. Allergens don’t have to be alive to cause allergic reactions.
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