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Need Help With Your Indoor Air Quality?

Indoor Air Quality

Most people spend most of their time indoors. The air we breathe in our homes can put us at risk for health problems. Some pollutants can be chemical, gases and living organisms like mold and pests. Dirty air may also intensify allergies causing respiratory  problems. Flip through the many ways we can help you with the quality of the air in your home.

Media Filters

Media air filters are installed on the return air duct line and work to trap very small particles as the air handler takes air from the return ducts.


Using a HEPA filter in your home can remove most airborne particles that might make allergies worse.

Air Scrubbers

Air scrubbers can improve air quality and reduce the need for inhalers. Air scrubbers may be utilized in chemistry labs to prevent dangerous fumes from being released. Some waste factories use air scrubbers to control indoor fumes and pollutants, and to keep workers safe.


Ultra Violet

When an air purifier uses a UV light, it promises to eliminate airborne pathogens.


The majority of homes require additional humidification, particularly during the winter months, to help keep a balanced humidity level in the air and avoid any dry air problems.

Heat Recovery
Ventilation Systems

A heat-recovery ventilator (HRV) is similar to a balanced ventilation system, except it uses the heat in the outgoing stale air to warm up the fresh air. A typical unit features two fans—one to take out household air and the other to bring in fresh air.

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