Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is a major health issue. Since windows and doors remain closed during the summer and winter, we are often subjected to a variety of airborne contaminants. Dust mites, molds, viruses, bacteria, and pet dander are just a few. Air conditions are further complicated by very low humidity levels typically present during the winter months and contribute to other problems, such as dry nasal passages and static electricity. In order to improve your air quality, we recommend one or a combination of the tools listed below. Let us help you improve your health, comfort, and quality of life.
Electronic Air Cleaners help to clean the air and eliminate the small particles of pollutants that irritate your lungs, eyes and sinuses the most.
A Humidifier helps to maintain an ideal humidity in your home. It may be a key to relief from dry nasal passages, static electricity, and dry, itchy skin.
The Energy Recovery Ventilator will exhaust stale indoor air to the outside through a recovery core. Fresh air is simultaneously drawn from the outside and warmed (or cooled) by the energy already present in the exhaust air.
An "UltraViolet Plus" system destroys bacteria, viruses, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's), mold, mildew, and odors from cooking, tobacco, or pets.