Want a more comfortable environment that is free from air contaminants?
Get rid of these air pollutants in your home for free from Acosta Heating and Cooling!
Take advantage of this offer today:
Get the PureAir System for free (valued over $2,000) when you install any Lennox Signature Series Equipment from Acosta!
Make sure the air you’re breathing at home is healthy & free from germs, pet dander, mold, airborne particles and other air contaminants.
With a PureAir Air Purification System, you can have a cleaner & better indoor air quality at home.
Call (704) 233-7393 or fill out our form to book a Lennox Signature Series equipment installation.
Here are the features of the PureAir™ Air Purification System:
- Industry-exclusive air purification technology
- Only single indoor air quality system to attack all three classes of indoor air contaminants:
- Removes 99.9% of all pollen, mold spores, dust mites and pet dander and Removes up to 95% of particles absorbed by the lungs, including infectious bacteria and smoke down to 0.3 micron**
- Removes over 90% of bioaerosols including airborne viruses such as MERSA, flu and cold viruses down to 0.01 micron**
- Removes and destroys approximately 50% of household odors and chemical vapors in a 24-hour period***
- MERV 16* Carbon Clean™ media filter
- 5-Year Limited Warranty on covered components
- Reduces and destroys ozone—a product of pollution and a known lung irritant****
Acosta Heating & Cooling is a full-service heating and cooling company dedicated to providing the highest level of service and customer satisfaction in the greater Charlotte area.
Note: Valid until Feb 28, 2016.
*MERV = Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value. Describes the filter’s ability to capture particles and ranges from 1 to 16. Typical fiberglass filter = MERV 1. The higher the MERV rating, the better the filtration.
**One micron = 1/25,000 of an inch in diameter.
***Based on laboratory and field studies.
****U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, “Ozone Generators that are Sold as Air Cleaners: An Assessment of Effective and Health Consequences,” August 2006.