Did you know that indoor air may be more polluted than outdoor air? And most of us spend up to 90% of each day indoors! Fortunately, we have solutions to most indoor air quality problems.
By adding humidity to heated, dry air, the air feels warmer, helps reduce dry skin and static shock plus you can lower the thermostat and still be comfortable while saving money.
By removing moisture from sticky indoor air, dehumidifiers can help balance indoor humidity levels and minimize the potential for mold and other pollutants.
Power with maximum-intensity ultraviolet light, these products help to dramatically reduce concentrations of microorganisms such as mildew, bacteria, and mold.
Ideal for tightly sealed homes, these products replace stale, contaminated indoor air with fresher outside air, enhancing your overall indoor air quality.
Attached to your furnace or air handler, these systems combat indoor pollution by capturing allergy-aggravating particles like pollen, mold, and pet dander.
Air purification systems are attached to the furnace or air handler, where contaminants are removed and destroyed before air is recirculated into the home.