But you have the power to control it! And we can help.
Just The Facts ―
Whole-Home Air Purifier ―
A whole-house air purifier is an essential investment for those who suffer from allergies, asthma and other respiratory conditions. The system helps reduce symptoms by removing air pollutants that cause frequent or intense allergy attacks. It also helps control asthma flare-ups when you live in close proximity to major roads where hundreds or thousands of cars pass daily.
Humidity Control ―
If your home’s humidity is unregulated, it can help enable the spread of viruses and bacteria. High or low levels can also exacerbate existing respiratory symptoms, allergies, asthma and increase your chances of catching a common cold or flu. Additionally, air that is too dry or too humid is just generally uncomfortable to live in.
MERV 13 Home Air Filter ―
The MERV 13 air filter is a highly efficient replacement for return air grille applications. It doesn’t require modification to fit a standard 1-inch return air filter grille. The 3-inch deep pleated filter has a longer life expectancy than a regular filter—up to six times longer—and filters air with greater efficiency than the older 1-inch deep filter.
Indoor Air Quality Monitor and Controller ―
Bring your air quality to the next level with the HAVEN Central Air Monitor and Controller. With this powerful combination, you are sure to have clean indoor air quality as it activates HVAC equipment automatically. The two work together to “supercharge” any ducted HVAC system with inline (IAQ) accessories through an added layer of intelligence that goes beyond comfort.
Ultraviolet Lights For HVAC Systems ―
UV-C light, when properly installed, can reduce the amount of specific, targeted microorganisms on surfaces in the HVAC system where the light shines. This means that your cooling coil will be cleaner and more efficient which could lead to a lower energy bill! It also means fewer germs floating around your home.
We start by getting recommendations from local sales reps and distributors. We’ll review the contractor’s website for a list of services and products they use, then we’ll look at their reviews to make sure that all previous work has been completed satisfactorily. After this preliminary research is done, we schedule an interview call or zoom with them (depending on availability) in order to confirm policies and procedures as well as insurance coverage before moving forward. Only after confirming everything checks out – we’ll give them your contact information.