Protect your home and your family from harmful effects of humid air. A home that has too much moisture in the air not only feels muggy and uncomfortable, but it also is a breeding ground for mold, mildew, dust mites and other insects. These contaminants can act as triggers for members in your home that suffer from allergies and asthma.
A whole-home dehumidification system can help you reduce the amount of moisture in your home, leaving you and your family breathing easier and feeling more comfortable year round.
Do you or anyone in your home suffer from dry / itchy skin, winter allergies, or those pesky static shocks? You may have an issue of too much dry air inside of your home. Besides personal health concerns, dry air can also cause the walls and woodwork in your home including hardwood floors to buckle or crack.
A whole-home humidification system will help you maintain the right amount of moisture inside of your home, therefore protecting what matters the most – your family and your home.
The air you breathe inside your home could be the most polluted air you breathe all day. In fact, the EPA has named indoor air pollution as one of the top five environmental risks to public health. With the amount of time spent indoors, it’s no wonder so many people suffer from allergies, asthma and other illnesses.
A whole-home air cleaner and purifier will help you capture up to 98% of germs, bacteria, contaminants, dust and pet dander that are harmful to you and your family. We offer 2 air filtration solutions:
- Media Air Cleaner – Our full selection of media air cleaners offer up to 10x the filtering power than a standard 1” media filter and can trap up to 97% of airborne bacteria and viruses.
- Electronic Air Cleaner – Want the ultimate in clean, healthy air? Ask us about our electronic, whole-home air cleaner and purifier that captures and kills up to 98% of harmful particles that are less than a micron in size (up to 120x smaller than human hair).
Today’s homes are more tightly built, sealed to keep heated and cooled air from seeping out making them more energy efficient. The problem with tightly built homes is that along with heated and cooled air being tightly contained, so are harmful pollutants, moisture and smelly odors from cooking, pets, smoke, etc. A fresh-air ventilation system helps to take stale air out and bring fresh air in.