Clean The Air In Your Entire Home
There are various whole house filters and air cleaners that can clean or eliminate up to 99% of pollutants that are .3 microns in size. Contaminants smaller than 2.5 microns pose the greatest threat to human health because they can get deep into the lungs and then into the bloodstream. Choose the filter or air cleaner that meets your requirements. Whether you choose a HEPA, electronic, media or panel filter, the benefits will be immediate. More comfort and cleaner air for your family will be the result of upgrading your comfort system. A better air cleaning system also saves you money!
High Technology For Your Home
If you suffer from a respiratory illness, have a smoker in the home, have odors or have a mold problem, you may want to consider having an ultraviolet (UV) air treatment system installed in your comfort system. UV systems can eradicate certain mold spores and airborne bacteria, including the generic influenza virus. UV systems can kill up to 87% of certain airborne bacteria passing through your home’s comfort system, reducing the presence of these harmful agents in the air your family breathes. UV systems are installed in the duct system in order to disinfect the air flowing through it. Protect your family today!
Proper humidity levels provide the healthiest and most energy efficient environment. While air cleaners, ventilation and UV treatment systems keep indoor air clean, proper humidification is needed to control relative humidity (RH) levels in your home, minimizing unhealthy airborne pollutants. Too little humidity leaves the body vulnerable to infections and can cause damage to the home’s wood furnishings. Too much humidity creates ideal breeding grounds for mold, mildew and dust mites.
Not All Air Leaks Are Created Equal
From an air quality standpoint, those around your windows and doors are good leaks, since they let in fresh outdoor air. Bad leaks let in dusty, moldy or polluted air from your attic, garage, or crawl space. Leaky air ducts often bring in dirty air and cause your heating and cooling equipment to perform well below peak efficiency. As part of the Infiltrometer Blower Door Test, your consultant will pinpoint where your home’s worst air leaks are, and where improvements can be made.
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