According to an EPA study, the average American spends 87% of their time indoors and 69% of this time at home. Do you want your home environment to be as clean, healthy and comfortable as possible? Installing an air purifier will help you achieve this.

General Heating & Air Conditioning offers the highest quality Carrier brand air purifiers from, including the Infinity GAPA air purifier. Does this air purifier use patented captures and removals? Technology that traps up to 95 percent of airborne contaminants down to 0.30 microns in size. When particles are trapped, the charges flow through the filter, killing or inactivating 99% of the bacteria, pollen, or mold spores in between. Infinity Air Purifier GAPA purifies all the air in your home up to 8 times per hour, offering the following 7 benefits:

Benefits of air purifiers
Removes harmful chemicals from the indoor environment.
Closing the doors and windows of our home does not mean that we can block outside pollutants like nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide. These gases are common in areas of heavy automobile traffic and can enter your home.
Studies of the National Library of Medicine
Exposure to PM from carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide has been shown to increase the risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

Even if you don't live in a big city with heavy traffic, the atmosphere in your home can be contaminated with toxins from some cleaning agents. Many common household cleaners contain toxic chemicals like ammonia, bleach, and phthalates. Exposure to small doses of these chemicals may be harmless, but routine exposure can lead to serious health problems, such as tumors, cancer, cardiovascular problems, or neuropathy.

Air purifiers that use activated carbon can purify these chemical contaminants and prevent the risk of some health problems. In this carbon filtration method, highly porous carbon is used to trap chemicals and recycle fresh air into the room.

How to choose an air purifier
Step 1: Ignore the marketing hype
Claims of proprietary technology are not supported by the evidence I have seen. The Molekule purifier is a good example of a claim that does not fit the data. Is Molekule really better than similarly priced air purifiers already on the market?

Step 2: Go straight to the numbers
Instead of hype. Focus on the numbers. The most important numbers for an air purifier are the size of the room covered by the air purifier (square feet or m2) and its CADR rating. Room size means the size of the room that the air purifier can cover (if run on the highest setting). CADR shows how much clean air comes out of the purifier. If you're looking for a quieter air purifier, pick one with a larger room size/CADR number and turn it down.

Step 3: Know that more expensive does not mean better
Don't be fooled into thinking that a more expensive refinery is better. It seems logical. There's a reason for the phrase "you pay for what you get," right? And who doesn't want to pay more to protect their health? Unfortunately, the world of debugging teams doesn't work like that. The air purifier is surprisingly simple. It's just a fan and a filter that you can make yourself at home.