Eliminate Airborne Toxins With Ductless HVAC


Did you know that the air inside your home is probably worse than the air outside? This is a fact that most homeowners don’t realize and most of them are astonished when we tell them. Even though you can’t see them, allergens, viruses and bacterial are circulate through the air constantly and could be the reason you feel ill.

Improve the indoor air quality of your South Philadelphia home with ductless heating and air conditioning from Mitsubishi Electric and Gen3 Electrical.

So, how can a ductless hvac system help? Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating systems use a sophisticated multi-stage filtration system to remove harmful particles from the air. The large hybrid catechin pre-filter absorbs odor-causing gases. A blue-enzyme, anti-allergen filter helps reduce germs, bacteria, and viruses and helps trap dust, pollens, mites, and other particles that plague allergy sufferers. Some systems also include a Platinum Catalyst deodorizing filter to further reduce unpleasant odors. As a result, you enjoy pristine air 24/7.HOW DUCTLESS WORKS

How does it work? This type of ductless system removes particulates and contaminants from the air with continuous fan operation for better air circulation. Anti-allergen filters trap dust, allergens and other particles to improve indoor air quality. 

How can you keep a system like this operating at peak performance? A little bit of maintenance is the answer. All you need to do is open up the unit’s filter access, slide the screens out, wash them off and slide them back in. It really is that simple!

For more information about the benefits of a ductless hvac system, contact the experts at GEN3 Electric. We specialize in ductless products and would be more than happy to assist you!

About The Author

Bill earned a degree in Electrical Engineering and Architecture, then founded Generation 3 Electric in 2000. His father, an electrician, was his inspiration. These days, Bill actively manages his company and enjoys focusing on new technology and marketing.