What’s In The Air You’re Breathing?
Since the early 70s, homes have been built tighter to conserve energy. Their better engineering means they keep cold out in the winter and heat out in the summer. While this saves energy, it also contributes to “Tight Home Syndrome,” which locks in dirty and stale air, contributing to indoor air pollution and compromising indoor air quality.
Different factors can affect your home’s indoor air quality. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor allergens and irritants play a significant role in triggering asthma attacks and other health issues. The American Lung Association, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and other organizations have expressed concerns about the dangers of indoor air pollution.
Why We Install Indoor Air Quality Systems
A healthier, more comfortable home starts with better indoor air quality. All Seasons One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning is ready to help. Like everything we do, our range of indoor air quality services is customized to your specific climate and lifestyle needs.
Our indoor air quality experts have the technology to reduce pollutants. Most store-bought filters cannot remove these smallest allergens and don’t remove bacteria and gases. For instance, our MicroPower Guard filters are designed to remove the smallest particles from the air. The OxyQuantum UV sterilization system helps control germs and organic odors.
All Seasons can install a whole-house air treatment center to clean, disinfect, and deodorize the air in your home 24 hours a day—naturally and without chemicals.
Air Filters & Purifiers
Air filtration and purification systems, ranging from mesh filters to the ionization of pollutants, are designed to remove airborne contaminants from your home’s air supply. We can help you choose the air quality system best suited to your home.
Humidifiers & Dehumidifiers
Humidifiers and dehumidifiers help keep your home’s humidity levels in check, either by adding or removing moisture from the air. If your air is dry or moist, it’s wise to look into installing a humidifier or dehumidifier.
Heat & Energy Recovery Ventilators
Heating and energy recovery ventilator systems allow fresh air to flow into your home without compromising climate control. Doing so helps prevent the buildup of airborne contaminants and helps your system operate more efficiently.
Breathe easier and healthier. Ask us about our indoor air quality solutions.