Indoor Air Quality
The quality of the air that you and your family breathe absolutely matters! You deserve to be comfortable in your home and that also includes “breathing” quality indoor air. Breathing in quality air means far more than just being comfortable your health also depends on it. According to EPA.gov on average, Americans spend 90% or more of their time indoors.
In today’s tightly sealed homes, your indoor air can be 2-5 times dirtier than the outdoor air. This is due to air pollutants being trapped inside of your home, causing the air to be stagnant and stale. The most common pollutants we find in our homes are; cleaning products, personal care products, air fresheners, chemicals, pet dander, pollen, mold, mildew, viruses, smoke, and dust. Over time, the exposure to these pollutants can cause respiratory disease, intensify asthma, allergies, and many other illnesses.
We can help you manage your home environment, provide the comfort you deserve, and create a healthier environment by designing a system that works for you and your home. With the right system in place, you can eliminate up to 99% of indoor air pollutants.
Our Indoor Air Quality Products and Services Include
- Whole house duct cleaning and sanitization eliminates years of dust, bacteria, and contaminants that live in your air ducts.
- A-coil cleaning eliminates bacteria buildup on the A-coil (the indoor component or your air conditioner)
- UV germicidal lights attacks and eliminate germs, mold, and bacteria throughout your home
- Air purifiers captures and kills dangerous bacteria, viruses, and mold throughout your home
- Cabinet & media filters improves your system performance, helps keep the air flowing cleaner and system running efficiently
- Heat Recovery Ventilation refreshes the air in your home by removing stale air and replacing it with fresh air from outdoors. This is an energy saving product that reuses and heats air that would normally lose to atmosphere
- Humidifiers/ Dehumidifiers – control moisture to the air. This makes the whole home more comfortable, helps prevent a low humidity environment in which viruses can thrive, and can even save you money on your heating bill.