Complete Indoor Air Quality Solutions
We're here to answer your IAQ questions and give you all of the information needed to make the best decision for your home.
Actively seek and destroy contaminants in the air and on surfaces.
We’re not talking about a small single room glorified air filter; those don’t cut it. What you need is the latest technology, dual active air purification that provides a complete solution for your home.
Positive & negative ions encourage particles in the air to gather together and dramatically improve your existing filtration system.
Learn how this North Carolina school district is installing bipolar ionization purifiers into all of their school buildings. Learn how they work, and how they are using federal funding to improve indoor air quality.
Initially, scientists advised us to wipe down our groceries, doorknobs, and public spaces, causing many to overreact. Learn why those same scientists believe we should be putting our money and time towards cleaning our air, and why whole-home purification is great place to start.
Filters help remove particulate matter in the air.
Filters are pretty easy to understand, but there are probably options available that nobody ever talked to you about.
Most likely, you have one filter for your entire home that is 1-inch thick. Without any more information, without any expertise, does that sound like a good idea? Of course not!
Immediately upgrading to a 3-inch, MERV 13 media filter would be a dramatic improvement for you. In some cases, we might recommend hospital-grade filtration.
If you’re looking to improve your indoor air quality, simple office filtration upgrades provide the first line of defense.
MERV 13 air filters are a critical element in the healthy home movement. They don’t just work with new homes either. There’s a good chance they’ll work with your existing HVAC system. Learn what’s best for your home and where to get one.
Bring the fresh air in mechanically, like lungs for your house.
Part of building an energy-efficient home is sealing it so air can’t escape. It sounds good in terms of heating and cooling, but not so great for the people inside.
The problem really starts to reveal itself when weather conditions force us to close everything. Freezing temperatures or extreme heat mean we lock ourselves inside and keep recirculating the same air.
Home ventilation is absolutely necessary and wildly beneficial. Find out how today’s building processes have evolved to make it essential.
There are exhaust-only, supply-only and balanced home ventilation systems. When it comes to mechanical ventilation, which is best? And why is mechanical ventilation superior to natural and spot ventilation.
Germs thrive in both dry and wet conditions.
You probably just think of humidity in terms of comfort, but it can very important affects on your health and air quality.
The best level of humidity for your home is 40-60%. Not only does this provide optimal comfort but it is also the best range for health. When humidity is lower than 40% or higher than 60% it creates an environment for bacteria, viruses, fungi, mites, and allergens to thrive.
Depending on your home and current HVAC system, there are multiple options available to monitor and control the relative humidity.
Viral transmission is easier indoors compared to outdoors. Find out how whole-home humidity control can lower virus transmission and create a healthier space.
For a comfortable life at home, you want the right temperature and relative humidity. It’s important to check indoor humidity levels because unregulated levels can cause issues.
Good housekeeping & fixing any existing issues.
This is one of the main reasons it’s so important to work with a local certified HVAC professional. You have to locate and address the source of any problems first.
If there’s too much moisture in the air, first ask why? Where is it coming from?