Your home needs to have the right humidity levels in order to maintain the health and comfort of the people living in it. Air that's too dry acts like a sponge, soaking up moisture from everything in your home, like wood floors and furniture, as well as give you dry skin, chapped lips, and contribute to sinus issues.
Air that's too moist can cause additional problems like contribute to the growth of mold and mildew, and more allergy problems. Moist air also makes you feel warmer, leading to increased cooling costs in the Summer.
Humidifiers and dehumidifiers can help you keep the appropriate humidity level in your home. This not only increases comfort, but can also reduce heating/cooling expenses.
A whole-home humidifier installs with your central heating and cooling system, to deliver comfort to the entire house. They automatically monitor the dryness in your home, only running water and air into the system when needed. Humidified air feels warmer, and you'll be able to turn down your themostat in Winter for energy savings.
A dehumidification system is an effective and energy-efficient way to remove humidity. Less moisture in the air reduces the strain on your air-conditioner. It also makes the air feel cooler, allowing you to set your thermostat a little higher, and run your A/C less.
An air cleaner filtration system helps you save energy by keeping your heating and cooling system clean and running efficiently. Our systems will capture a wide range of particles, like airborne pollen, dust, smoke, mold spores, and other bacteria.
Our systems can be part of your whole-house central heating and cooling system, or for a single-room.
A Honeywell® UV Air Purifier with AirBRIGHT™ Odor Absorption can be installed directly into the ductwork of your central air system and is designed to help reduce airborne odors, toxic chemical vapors, mold, and germs in your home. Through the use of their Advanced Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) technology, Honeywell's UV Air Purifier combines germicidal UV light and activated carbon cells to reduce the volatile organic compounds (VOC's) in the air.