Improving Indoor Air Quality
Making an informed decision!
Humidifiers: It's more than comfort.
Unhumidified heated air not only makes it uncomfortable for yourself, causing nose, throat and skin discomfort, it also dries out the wood in your home. This causes shrinking of the wood framing around doors and windows. Gaps will then occur allowing cold air in, making your home less energy efficient. Add a humidifier and you will feel warmer in the winter. You will be more comfortable and there is no better way to protect and preserve your home and furnishings.
Air cleaners: Do you know what's in your home's air?
Most of us spend approximately 90% of our time indoors. The quality of our indoor air is more of a concern today. Most of the pollutant particles in the air are so small that we cannot see them. However, if you have allergies then you know that they are there. A high-efficiency air cleaner is silent, requires minimal maintenance and is 99% efficient in removing pollen and spores from your indoor air.
Why use UV light?
Air circulating in the ductwork of an average home or office can be concentrated with contaminants including molds, bacteria, yeasts, dust mites and viruses. There are two primary benefits to using UV light. The first is to use the light to radiate the surface to keep mold from growing in that area and the other use is to disinfect the air stream as it passes through the HVAC system. Significant disinfection rate is accomplished with repeated circulation of air through the system, making use of UV light very beneficial.