Indoor Air Quality

Air Quality

Today's tightly sealed and energy-efficient homes save money and are better for the environment. But most are not properly equipped to filter and purify the constantly recirculated air. Even "leaky" older homes can accumulate high concentrations of pollutants, as well as exhibit other indoor air quality problems such as dampness, stuffiness, fumes, or dryness.

Almost every aspect of home life can generate indoor air pollution. Cooking, cleaning, furniture, paint, and pets are just a few of the many culprits. When trapped and recirculated within the home, airborne pollutants accumulate through time.

Children and the elderly are most at risk from poor indoor air quality, as well as anyone suffering from asthma, allergies, or other respiratory diseases. But even healthy adults can experience adverse symptoms with as little as a single exposure to polluted indoor air causing headaches, nausea, sore or scratchy throat, nasal irritation, dry watering eyes, coughing, and/or fatigue.

Over 90% of all homes have at least one indoor air quality problem. Fixing these problems is difficult because you can't see the problems. And you can't fix a problem before first identifying it.

Keeping the air in your home clean and easy to breathe is a must. From filters to purifiers, we can improve the air quality of your home in a breeze.


Air Cleaners
Zoning Systems
Air Purifiers
Ventilation Systems

Energy Saving Thermostats
Germicidal Lights
Exhaust Fans
Energy Saving Controls
Carbon Filters