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Filters for Ventilation Systems

If you keep windows and doors closed during the cold winter months, the air quality in your home can be significantly reduced. Although you may not realize it, this can pose a potential health risk for you and your family. Many allergens, such as pet hair, pollen, and others, pollute the air with poor quality. It can also trap harmful pollutants from outside your home. Indoor air filtration is the only way to ensure the safety of your family's respiratory system. 

These devices remove natural pollutants such as dust, dandruff, and chemical pollutants such as smoke and gas. We offer both channel-free and traditional duct systems for ventilation and air purification in your home. We are a residential heating and cooling contractor that provides installation of air filtration systems.Although duct systems may not be as energy efficient or take up as much space as modern ventilation systems, they are often less noticeable and can be installed easily. Modern ventilation systems, on the other hand, use significantly less space and direct air directly into your home's rooms. Whether you choose a traditional duct system or modern, ductless ventilation systems.

Air Conditioners

Central air conditioners are more energy efficient than room air conditioners. In addition, they are located out of sight, quiet, and easy to operate. To save energy and money, it is recommended to try to purchase an energy-efficient air conditioner and to reduce the energy use of your central air conditioner. In an average-sized home, air conditioning uses more than 2,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per year. The most energy-efficient models use 30% to 50% less energy to provide the same amount of cooling compared to air conditioners produced in the mid 1970s. Even if your air conditioner is only 10 years old, it may save you 20% to 40% on cooling energy costs if you replace it with a more efficient model from the current generation.

Air Ventilation Systems

We offer the latest patented technologies to control the spread of viruses, bacteria, mold, and odors. We have proven systems that have been tested against viruses with a kill rate of 99%. These products can help prevent disease by producing air scrubbers that seek out and destroy viruses, bacteria, and other airborne or surface microbes. Indoor air quality is a global concern. Short- and long-term exposure to indoor air pollution can lead to a range of health problems, including respiratory illnesses, heart disease, cognitive impairment, and cancer. Studies suggest that indoor levels of air pollutants are on the rise, driven by factors like the types of chemicals used in home products, lack of ventilation, warmer temperatures, and high humidity.

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