Air Cleaners

Today’s weather tight homes trap airborne particles inside where everyday household contaminants can become increasingly concentrated. The result: indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than the air outdoors.

There are 3 methods to control indoor air quality.

1. Source Control
2. Ventilation
3. Filtration

Our air cleaners include:

High-efficiency particulate absorption (HEPA) air filter – absorbs and cleans 99.97% of airborne particles that have a size of 0.3 micrometers or larger, which are particularly sensitive for asthma patients

Ionizer air filter – uses ions to attract particles, dusts from a distance by magnetizing and neutralizing particles. It may not be very effective for a room with an asthma patient

Activated charcoal air filter – filters fumes, cigarette smoke and some gaseous odors

Germicidal ultra violet (UV) air filter – removes germs and viruses from the air by a special UV lamp

Ozone generator air filter – generates ozone gas and kills airborne germs. It is not recommended for the residential air cleaning process as it irritates the lungs. This air purifying system is attached to heating or air conditioning unit

Portable air filters for smaller rooms


Thermostats

We carry high quality thermostats that give you the best control over your system no matter what.

If you have specific heating and cooling needs in order to be comfortable then you’ve probably spent a little time looking at and operating your home thermostat. This handy little device controls the heating and air-conditioning systems in your house — the two pieces of equipment that use the most energy, and the ones that have the biggest impact on your comfort and quality of life. In these days of rising energy prices, you might be interested to see how your thermostat works. Believe it or not, it’s surprisingly simple and contains some pretty cool technology.


Ultraviolet Light Systems

Every time your heating and cooling system’s fan runs it could be blowing bacteria all over your newly cleaned house. And not only that, your air conditioner’s moist cooling coils can also serve as an ideal breeding ground for mold, a known allergen. But there’s help: an Ultraviolet Air Treatment System.


Proper Ventilation

Today’s weather tight homes trap airborne particles inside where everyday household contaminants can become increasingly concentrated. The result: indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than the air outdoors.

A whole-house heat recovery ventilator flushes stale air to the outdoors and replaces it with an incoming stream of fresh air. Plus, it efficiently recovers up to 80% of the energy used to heat the outgoing air.


Humidity Controls

In winter, the simple act of turning up your thermostat dries out your house. That’s because warm, dry air acts like a giant sponge that soaks up moisture from everything it touches.

The upleasant results: You may experience dry skin and chapped lips, in others it may cause an allergic reaction such as itching. Hardwood floors separate at the seams. Woodwork and furniture shrink, warp and crack. The piano goes out of tune. Wallpaper peels at the edges.

Eliminate unwanted dryness with our humidifiers.