• Clean Air Today for a Healthier Tomorrow
Coughing, wheezing whistling when exhaling, shortness of breath, poor sleep,runny nose baggy eyes, are some of the most common symptoms from polluted indoor air. Indoor triggers include dust mites, mold, furry pets, tobacco smoke and certain chemicals
•Electrostatic Air Filters
Most people today spend between 65% and 93% of their time indoors, yet the quality of indoor air is frequently ignored. The standard disposable air filter found in most heating and ventilation systems is designed only to protect the HVAC equipment, not human health. Better quality pleated filters are available.
•Central HEPA Filtration System
The quality of the air we breathe, both indoors and out, has a great impact on lung health. Fragile lung tissue is easily damaged by pollutants in the air, resulting in increased risk of asthma and respiratory diseases. Poor indoor air quality can cause or contribute to the development of chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma and hypersensitivity pneumonitis. In addition, it can cause headaches, dry eyes, nasal congestion, nausea and fatigue. People who already have respiratory diseases are at greater risk. Free Estimate.
• Replacement filters for Amaircare, Furnaces and Condos
The quality of the air we breathe, both indoors and out, has a great impact on lung health. Fragile lung tissue is easily damaged by pollutants in the air, resulting in increased risk of asthma and allergies, chronic bronchitis, lung cancer and other respiratory diseases.
•Humidifiers - How does humidity affect my comfort?
Since the air in your home is always trying to reach its saturation point, it will absorb water wherever it’s found. That means it is stealing moisture from the bodies of you and your children, your pets, your furniture and even your house plants. By giving up moisture to the air, your skin, throat and nasal passages dry out and crack, leading to various physical discomforts. That’s why many doctors recommend humidifiers for allergy and asthma sufferers. Research has shown that 30% — 60% relative humidity is ideal. Outside this range, bacteria, fungi, viruses and mites thrive and multiply. As these creatures increase in number, so does your risk of being adversely affected.
• Lint trap conversion & relocation
Air, vital to the operation of a clothes dryer, must be allowed to flow freely in order to dry clothing properly. Air, after being heated and expelled from the dryer, has to find its way to the outside of the buildingS and houses.To work efficiently and prevent fire hazards, all lint traps must be kept free of lint accumulation. All this, aside from the removal of fire hazardous material, will contribute to the longevity of your appliances, prevent costly repairs and save a substantial amount of electricity cost