UV Light Filtration
The quality of air in your home can directly impact your general comfort. Poor air quality is caused by a high level of pollutants in your home and can trigger asthma, allergies, hay fever, and other breathing difficulties. It’s important to keep the air in your home clean to ward off respiratory conditions, irritations, illness, and disease.
Poor air quality can also negatively affect your home’s woodwork and even damage antiques and artwork.
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If the air in your home is dirty, it can lead to dry eyes, irritated skin, and a scratchy nose and throat. It can also cause a buildup of static electricity on your objects and clothes. Dry air can also cause wood products or furniture to crack or peel.
Whole-house humidifiers can restore the moisture in your home’s air, letting you breathe cleaner air without the worry of mold or mildew buildup.
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HEPA Air Filters
While UV light can help kill pollutants in your home’s air, filters block them from circulating throughout your home. HEPA filters catch 99.97% of particles 0.3 microns or larger, which means not a lot of particles can enter your home. Keeping your home’s air clean can help protect you and your family.
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Heat recovery ventilators help keep the air in your home flowing, preventing stale air. They work by continuously bringing in fresh air from outdoors and pumping stale air out of your home. This helps to control humidity, dilute harmful gases, and keep the air inside your home clean.
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