Do you know what’s in your home’s air?

If your home is not properly ventilated, the air you breathe while inside could be far more polluted than the air outdoors. Pollutants from damp areas in your home or from fumes in the garage can seep into your air increasing the risk and effects of asthma as well as other respiratory issues. Through our comprehensive approach to home service and improvement, we insulate and air seal to stop pollutants from getting into your air. We also install and maintain a range of air treatment and ventilation options that will have you breathing easy in no time.

Our services make a difference

In 2009 a home performance program in New Zealand aimed to reduce energy bills and energy waste through the type of home performance work we are doing (insulation, air sealing, efficient heating and cooling, etc.). The effects of this program had some unexpected results. While home efficiency was improved, the overall health of those in affected homes improved as well. For the improved homes, there was a 43% reduction in respiratory based hospital visits, a 23% reduction in days of school missed, and a 39% reduction in days taken off work.

The benefits are clear--improved health and reduced energy costs. Let us evaluate your home to determine if home air treatment is necessary and to provide options that fit your budget and needs.

To learn more about our Air Treatment services visit the pages below or contact us for more details.

An air cleaner / purifier automatically removes airborne contaminants such as dust, pollen, pet dander, mold spores, dust mite feces and second-hand smoke. In fact, today's latest products are becoming increasingly capable of capturing a greater number of bacterial, viral, and DNA particulates.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air pollution is among the top five environmental health risks. One of the best ways to address this risk is to control or eliminate the source of pollutants and to ventilate a home with clean outdoor air.
One way to rid indoor air of mold spores and certain live, airborne bacteria is to use an ultraviolet (UV) lamp system that zaps them as they pass by. These units commonly kill up to 87% of airborne bacteria and up to 99.9% of airborne mold spores.

We're here to solve your indoor air quality issues.


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