Protect and nurture your most valuable assets: Your Family’s Health
Controlling the quality of the air outside of your home may be difficult, however the air quality inside your home is another story. We spend a large portion of our time indoors, especially in the winter months. Not only is our own health important, but we also need to consider the contents of our homes interior including drapes, wallpaper, wood furniture, carpeting, and floors by taking advantage of products that improve the indoor air quality in our home.
From cleaning products and dust to paint and mold, the air in your home can contain a number of irritants and contaminants affecting your health and comfort. Whether it’s odors or allergies you are trying to eliminate, we can help you purify your indoor air by removing these contaminants with a number of options to choose from. Why use your lungs to filter polluted air when you can have a specialized air-purifying product to filter those unwanted contaminants for you?
Listed below you will find several high quality IAQ products to choose from. Talk to a comfort consultant to help choose the best product for you.
ULTRAVATION UV PHOTOMAX
Field adjustable to match the needs of homes up to 6,000 square feet
2 Year life expeptancy of UV bulb
Add on coil UV compatible
Air cleaning occurs within the living space and is able to treat a larger volume of space.
Breaks down VOC complex hydrocarbon chains into simple harmless elements
Decrease the ability for mold, bacteria and viruses to reproduce, becoming less viable.
Eliminates odors by breaking down their composition.
Increase comfort throughout your home by maintaining proper levels of humidity. Air in your home that is too dry can be uncomfortable to breathe, and can damage wood products like flooring, pianos, picture frames and cabinetry. While on the reverse, air that has too much moisture can cause your home to feel sticky or damp, create condensation on windows and other cold surfaces, or cause air to smell musty.
Honeywell Whole-House Humidification and Dehumidification Systems work to automatically maintain the proper levels of humidity in your home for increased comfort and energy savings.
Electronic Air Cleaners
Dust, dirt, pollen, molds and other contaminates are often recirculated throughout your home or office. This dirty air can damage your furnishings as well as affect everyones health. As an important component of your heating and cooling system, the Honeywell Enviracaire Elite Electronic Air Cleaner removes many of the airborne particles that easily pass through typical furnace filters.
Air conditioning alone can’t satisfy your home’s humidity requirements. Your air conditioning system is designed to control temperature, not humidity, and only removes humidity as a byproduct of cooling. During the spring and fall seasons when it’s still cool outside but damp inside, your air conditioning isn’t running and your house is uncomfortable — you need an Aprilaire Whole-Home Dehumidifier.
According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology molds are commonly found in outdoor air. However, any house can develop a mold problem given the right conditions. You might not see it growing on the walls, but it may still be present in your home. Molds require two factors to grow indoors: (1) free moisture that can occur in the form of relative humidity above 50 percent, leakage from pipes or foundations, or any ongoing source of water, and (2) something to grow on.
Numerous health studies have shown that germicidal ultraviolet light – uvc – is very effective against allergies, asthma, mold, mildew, fungi and any DNA based airborne viruses, bacteria and spores. UV light can play a great role in secondary allergy prevention especially where airborne allergens are concerned. It can reduce suffering from allergies. The UV air cleaners help control germs that make asthma worse. Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation – UVGI is the use of short UV waves, known as UVC, which has been proven to kill or inactivate tuberculosis in the indoor air. There are two ways in which UV lamps are used for indoor air quality control – upper-room air and in-duct ultraviolet germicidal irradiation. Many airborne pathogens, such as Anthrax and its spores, can be removed from the indoor air by the use of germicidal ultraviolet air purifiers.
Carbon Monoxide Monitor
Carbon monoxide poisoning is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in America and is an odorless, tasteless, invisible gas. Carbon monoxide is present in any flame-fueled (i.e., not electric) device, including ranges, ovens, clothes dryers, furnaces, fireplaces, grills, space heaters, vehicles, and water heaters. Furnaces and water heaters may be sources of carbon monoxide, but if they are vented properly the carbon monoxide will escape to the outside. Open flames, such as from ovens and ranges, are the most common source of carbon monoxide.
IAQ Programmable Thermostats
IAQ Programmable thermostats will control the temperature and humidity for your comfort level while saving you money on your utility bills.
- Internet enabled through WiFi for easy monitoring from anywhere
- Smartly factors in weather, size of home, number of occupants and type of HVAC system to maximize energy efficiency
- Automatic alerts notify you and/or your HVAC contractor for equipment maintenance and system failures
- Monitors your homes HVAC system over time and adapts accordingly
- Saves money and reduces your environmental impact
- Average savings of 24% on heating and 21% on cooling energy costs
By zoning you add comfort control to each space. We install a thermostat for each zone. It saves energy, allows spaces to have individual control of temperature and humidity.
A damper is installed in air ducts and allows thermostat to regulate air as you desire. Zone each area of your home.
Control Temperature and humidity by room.
Media and Pleated Filters
Capture even the smallest airborne particles and pollutants with highly efficient media air cleaners. Deep pleated filters take several square feet of filtration material and fold it over and over to provide several times the surface area of filtration material versus a standard 1-inch filter.