There are more pollutants in your air than you might think. From bacteria, germs, and viruses to dangerous chemicals and particles, there is much to be cautious of in your home. Don’t forget about other pesky pollutants like dust, dirt, mold, mildew, pet dander, and pollen.
UV light has not been shown to prevent COVID-19 infection in humans or to kill the virus in infected patients. However, UV light does kill bacteria and mold on the surfaces of the coil in the indoor unit. Keeping that coil clean helps reduce exposure to the air handler and your airstream.
The best way to protect your home from COVID-19 is to start with a clean system and add ventilation (outside air) to reduce any viral load in the home. This is how hospitals function but note it will increase the heat load on your A/C system. Duct cleaning and sanitization is another precautionary measure that will limit the spread of Coronavirus in a home as well as blow stronger, cleaner air through your ducts.
If you see dust on your furniture even though you just wiped it down, you’re not alone! Dust is the combination of dirt, fibers, pollen, pet dander, and other pollutants. Cheap or dirty air filters let dust & pollutants through easily and are generally a sign that your ducts may need to be cleaned. Length of time in your home and the last time you received ductwork can be key indicators on whether you need a quick air filter change or a full duct cleaning and sanitization.
Health: According to the American College of Allergists, 50% of illnesses (such as colds and flu, allergies, and asthma) are caused or aggravated by mold, mildew, bacteria, and fungi.
Comfort: Wouldn’t it be great to enjoy a home free of odors that are caused by the growth of mold and mildew in your heating and cooling system.
Equipment Protection: The accumulation of mold and mildew in your heating and cooling system makes it work harder and longer. This can lead to untimely repairs as well as the need to replace your system long before you should have to.
Energy Savings: A Whole-Home UV Germicidal Lamp allows your home comfort system to run less often, for shorter periods of time, and at peak efficiency. This saves you money on your utility bills.
Health: Create a cleaner, healthier indoor environment for you and your family.
Efficiency: An air cleaner installation is up to 99% efficient on small particles up to 10 microns, making it a core reason it is recommended by doctors and allergists.
Equipment Protection: Protects the efficiency and reliability of your home comfort system components by adding an air cleaner into the mix. It will even help extend the life of your current HVAC system!
Health: Duct cleaning lowers the likelihood of respiratory and allergy-related problems.
Savings: Experience fewer expensive repairs from wear & tear resulting in a longer life for your HVAC system. You can even reduce your energy bills!
Cleanliness: Less dust will end up in your air and off your furniture!
Efficiency: Experience a better and more reliable performance for your HVAC system.
Health: New air filters create a cleaner, healthier indoor environment and are recommended by doctors and allergists.
Savings: This is an economic alternative to an electronic air cleaner.
Efficiency: Clean air filters are up to 83% efficient on small particles up to 10 microns
Equipment Protection: New air filters can extend the life of core comfort system components
We find that 44% of our service calls are a result of lack of maintenance or timely filter replacement by the homeowner. So, we've partnered with Direct Solutions to create an online filter store. With it, we give you:
Plus, we back all purchases with a money-back and replacement guarantee!
When you schedule online, we'll call you as soon as we can to confirm your appointment.
Our indoor air quality experts will be on the way for free evaluation where our technicians will take a closer look at your system so we can recommend the best fit for your home.
After we provide the necessary services for your home, you can start to reap the benefits of clean indoor air quality! We’ll make sure you have the opportunity to let us know how we did.
Once we diagnose your cooling issue, you'll get a price to fix your air conditioner before any work begins—so there are no surprises.
Tell us what equipment you'd like installed, and we'll send an HVAC installation specialist to determine how much it will cost—for free.