Indoor Air Quality

sneezeComplete home comfort is about more than just temperature—it’s also about maintaining a healthy home with good indoor air quality.

Dusty, dirty homes at any temperature can mean discomfort. The air in today’s tightly-sealed, well-insulated homes can become stale as the same indoor air is circulated and recirculated. In fact, indoor air quality is among the EPA’s top 3 health concerns. The agency reports that with dust, pollen, pet dander, mold, skin flakes, chemical fumes, cigarette smoke, Radon gas and more, the air inside your home can be 2-5 times dirtier than outside air.

Although we usually can’t see them, air pollutants are all around us inside our homes and waiting to come in from outside. From our yards to our kitchens, dangerous air pollutants threaten our home health and air quality. Plus, each season brings its own dangers – mold in the fall and winter and pollens and high humidity in the spring and summer.

Fortunately, our wide range of air quality solutions, including humidifiers, ventilators, UV lamps, media filters and air cleaners, can eliminate many of the pollutants threatening your home’s health.

  • Clean Indoor Air
    A clean home includes having clean air. Pollen, animal dander, smoke, bacteria and other pollutants naked to the human eye exist in our homes and can be controlled with an electronic air purifier.
  • Your Skin Will Thank You
    During different seasons and within various climates, air can become dry and affect the quality of life in your home. If you experience static electricity, dry skin, or respiratory ailments caused by dry air, you may need a humidifier.
  • A Breath of Fresh Air
    In a central HVAC system, air can circulate within a home and become stale over time, potentially increasing the levels of viruses, bacteria, pollen, smoke, and odors. Many times, bringing in fresh air through windows or doors can negatively affecting heating and cooling costs and is not an option. An energy recovery ventilator may solve the problem.
  • Mold is For Cheese, Not For Your Home
    Heating and cooling systems provide maximum comfort for home owners by regulating temperature and humidity. Unfortunately, this also can cause a warm, damp climate within your evaporator coil that is ripe for mold growth. Installing a UV lamps in the evaporator coil will zap any trace of mold in your HVAC system and leave you with a healthy home.

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