Indoor Air Quality

We Offer Indoor Air Quality Options

We provide 5 different options to improve your air quality

Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality is strongly connected to health and wellbeing. Humans tend to spend a large amount of time indoors. Breathable air that’s free of health threatening pollutants can lead to higher quality of life, lower risk of respiratory illnesses, asthma and a reduced risk of various chronic conditions. Poor indoor air quality can also lead to higher moisture levels, which can result in mildew and even the growth of toxic mold.

 

You can improve your indoor air quality by simply changing your air filters regularly, opening windows to let in some fresh air, clean ducts and registers etc.

 

However there are other ways to improve indoor air quality by installing the following.

  1. Fresh air in your return duct.

  2. Electric air cleaner

  3. Air scrubbers

  4. Humidifiers

  5. Dehumidifiers

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Fresh Air

Indoor air quality can be improved drastically by installing fresh air duct into your HVAC system’s existing return duct. It will increase indoor air quality by diluting polluted or stale indoor air. Installing fresh air to your return is typically simple and relatively inexpensive proposition.

Electric Air Cleaner

Electric air cleaner can be installed in your HVAC system ductwork to provide whole home filtration. Electric air cleaner traps large particles such as dust, dander and pollen like a regular air filter but it also traps smaller particles such as bacterias, mold spores and much more.

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Air Scrubber

Air scrubbers are a new technology that uses germicidal ultraviolet light that “scrubs” the air through a catalytic process. Air scrubber work to remove chemicals, gasses, fungal spores, dust particles, bacteria, viruses and many more. Air scrubbers can help reduce allergy and asthma-related symptoms and improve your family’s quality of life.

Humidifier

Adding humidifier directly to your HVAC system can improve your home comfort, reduce damage your home, and even save your money. With winter comes dry air, and even drier air can be a byproduct of heating your house. If you or a loved one are experiencing dry, cracked skin or lips, breathing problems or frequent bloody noses the relative humidity in the home could be low. A whole house humidifier is installed in your either supply or return ductwork. When air from your duct enters humidifier, it is exposed to the water inside. The water evaporates into the air, which increases the moisture levels of the air that exits the humidifier on the other side.

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Dehumidifier

Dehumidifiers installed in your HVAC system keep the humidity in your home under control by automatically adjusting the humidity level accordingly. It will pull the moisture from the air before the air conditioner circulated it through the air ducts. You can easily adjust your home’s temperature and humidity level via thermostat.