Air Filtration Products

HVAC Filtration Products

Today, as we spend more and more time inside our homes indoor air quality becomes increasingly more important. Bryant has addressed these concerns with state-of-the-art indoor air filtration systems that protect families from harmful dirt, dust, and allergens that can sometimes enter the home. The Bryant Perfect Air™ Purifier, Perfect Air™ Electronic Air Cleaner, Perfect Air™ EZ Flex Filter Cabinet, and Ultraviolet Germicidal Lights all contribute to a healthier home and most importantly a safer home for you and your family.



Peterman Healthy Air Specialists

Healthy Air Specialists

At Peterman Heating & Cooling, Inc., we believe in the importance of your indoor air quality so much, we have teamed with Bryant to make sure our technicians and sales team are educated and knowledgeable when it comes to recommending IAQ products for your home. As a Healthy Air Specialist we have been certified by Bryant and received training on the various indoor air quality pieces of equipment that Bryant has to offer. Annual training classes are taken by our team to ensure they have the most updated information. When it comes to your indoor air quality, Peterman is who to trust!

Learn more about our Healthy Air Specialist designation.


MERV Rating System

MERV Rating System

MERV stands for the minimum efficiency reporting value, and it is a measurement scale designed in 1987 by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) to rate the effectiveness of air filters. It is important to know the MERV rating on any filter you use to filter your indoor air. An effective filter keeps your furnace running properly and can increase the longevity of the unit. A filter also keeps the indoor air clean and removes harmful dust, allergens, and pollen.

Lack of filter maintenance is one of the main causes of system breakdowns. When a furnace gets dirty and clogged, increased stress is put on the unit in order to pull air through. This stress can lead to components breaking down in the system. A clogged filter can also be an ideal place for mold to grow. If left unattended long enough, mold can actually grown through a furnace filter and release spores into the indoor air. It is imperative to keep an eye on the condition of your furnace filter.

How often should I change my filter? This is an excellent question. If you have a standard 1" furnace filter you should look to change it about every 3 months. The bigger the furnace filter you have, the longer you can wait to replace. You should look to replace a 4" filter at least every 6 months. Now there are a number of variables that can alter these recommended timeframes. For example, pet hair can lead to a furnace filter becoming clogged quicker than normal. Each home is different and filter replacement will vary with each home.

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Air Filtration Seasonal Specials

In recent years, environmental issues have become a major concern for many homeowners. This attention on the environment has created a new focus on the quality of the indoor air in our homes and working spaces. The EPA states that we now spend up to 90% of our time indoors and that our indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than outdoor air.

These confined living spaces trap & concentrate airborne particulates like bacteria, viruses, molds, microbials, gases, & VOC’s (volatile organic compounds), including some that are extremely toxic. Modern synthetic materials combined with troublesome microorganisms, contaminate our contact surfaces & indoor breathing environments.

These air quality concerns have fueled growth in new technologies to filter and treat the indoor air in our homes. Consider the fact that we now spend 90% of our life indoors, living, breathing, & growing in artificial environments. This makes effective indoor air & surface treatment an essential investment!


$579

  • Totaline 1” Electronic Air Cleaner*

$1499

  • Totaline 1” Electronic Air Cleaner*
  • UV Light**
  • Receive free Honeywell WiFi programmable thermostat
  • 1 year supply of filters

$1899 - (Best Value!)

  • Totaline 1” Electronic Air Cleaner*
  • UV Light**
  • Duct Cleaning***
  • Receive free Honeywell WiFi programmable thermostat
  • 2 year supply of filters

*Totaline 1" Electronic Air Cleaner

*The Totaline 1" Electronic Air Cleaner has been engineered to conveniently treat your indoor air. It features a unique Electro-Magnetic design that attracts airborne particles as they pass through your air cleaner. Each air cleaner also has a pair of special, multi-layered media collection pads that are electrically charged and act as the particle collection surface.

Along with this unique technology, the Totaline 1" Air Cleaner also allows the homeowner to change their filter less frequently. The Totaline only requires the homeowner to change the media pad every three to four months, thus less hassle.


**UV Light

The UV Light Purification System is installed in the ductwork of your central air system. It is designed to help reduce odors, toxic chemical vapors, germs and mold in your home. This unit is also beneficial to your respiratory health. It removes airborne contaminants as the air is circulated through the central air system. It does this by utilizing ultraviolet energy. The air purification technology is designed to reduce types of airborne contaminants known to contribute to indoor air-related respiratory problems. Airborne microbes and volatile organic is a major factor in respiratory health, improvements to indoor air quality will enhance your quality of life.


***Duct Cleaning

Duct Cleaning is very important to the health & well-being of your family. Everyday dust along with pollens, pet dander and mold spores will make their way into your home and become lodged in your duct system. Only a professional duct cleaning will remove these contaminants. Don’t be fooled by cheap advertisements for duct cleanings. This will not remove the debris that is stuck to your ducts.

"The average 6-room house collects 40 pounds of dust each year." –Discover Magazine