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What is Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)?

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality you breathe while indoors. Since we spend about 90% of our time inside, understanding and controlling common pollutants can help reduce your risk of indoor health concerns. Indoor Air Quality affects everyone, especially the most vulnerable. The information below covers the most common types of IAQ concerns, and the steps you can take to address them.

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Air Filters

These are both better ways to filter allergens and pollutants. It is the simplest solution if dust is one of your concerns in your space. There are two different options, because they are applied differently. The one on the left will fit into your normal filter grille and the other on the right will be attached to your furnace/air handler; Different homes have  different application requirements. These only have to be changed every 6-9 months.

Plasma Air Pure

The Plasma Air Pure will help reduce dust in the house by using ionization technology and charging all the dust particles so they combine, making them larger and then allowing the dust to be filtered better by the normal, standard filter.

Lennox PUREAIR

A purification system can clean the air in your home better than any other single air system you can buy. Removes 99.9% of all pollen, mold spores, dust mites, and pet dander.

UV Lights

The UV Light is the simplest way to kill bacteria and other contaminates that will form at the evaporator coil.

Reme Halo

The Rome Halo combines UV and ionization technology with filtration to help reduce dust and kill bacteria.

Air Scrubber Mobile

The mini air scrubber is great for small problem areas that someone is concerned with. Cars, office areas, bedrooms, etc. This can help with odor problems in small areas.

Santa Fe Dehumidifier

The dehumidified does exactly what it says. A great solution for tough areas that tend to be too humid. Basements and crawl spaces tend to be the big problems in this area. The dehumidifier can be ducted with your current HVAC system or stand alone.

Surge protector

The surge protector is a great way to protect your investment from power surges.

Pollutants:

Particulate, Airborne Fecal Matter, Nitrogen Dioxide, Sulfur Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Lead, Nitrogen Oxides, Ozone, Particulate Matter, and Other Air Pollutants

Allergens:

Pollen, Dust, Dust Mites, Pet Dander, Fungi, Alternaria, Mold, and Mildew

Biological Contaminates:

Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses, Algae, Insect By-Products, Endotoxins, Mycotoxins, Volatile Organic Compounds, Anthrax, Tuberculosis, Legionella, and Other Single Celled Organisms

Humidity:

Excess moisture can cause the growth of mold and mildew causing rot and damage to belongings and more.

Power Surge:

A power surge can be caused by: Transient Voltage Surge, Faulty Wiring in the Home, Overloaded Circuits, Problems in the Electrical Grid, Downed Power Lines, Lightning, or Generator Backed

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