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Air Quality

When you think about it, energy efficiency is not just about saving money on energy bills, it is really about using less energy to protect human health, assure comfort, and protect your house from damage. As air moves through your house, it removes pollutants that include odors, gases, particles, and (most surprisingly) moisture. But, it can also contribute to drafty walls and uncomfortable indoor temperature and humidity levels. Proper ventilation and air distribution play an important role in providing a safe, comfortable, and durable home as efficiently as possible.

Indoor Air Quality

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the top five air quality problems in the U.S. are all indoor air problems. Common residential indoor pollutants include excessive moisture, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), combustion products, radon, pesticides, dust particles, viruses, and bacteria. All of these are known to affect human health, and the resulting odors, dampness, stale air, and stuffiness also make a house less comfortable. Most control strategies help with both gases and “particulates” like dust, pollen, and smoke particles. Take control of your indoor air quality (IAQ) now by reducing pollutants that can contribute to headache, fatigue, lung irritation and foul odors.

Help your home fight mold, germs, volatile organic compounds, odors and reduce airborne particles by choosing one of our Air Purification Systems that best fits your needs.

REME HALO® In-duct Air Purifier

The award winning REME HALO® in-duct air purifier is the next generation of indoor air quality (IAQ) technology and capable of purifying every cubic inch of air that your central air conditioning system reaches. Designed to eliminate sick building syndrome risks by reducing odors and air pollutants, the REME HALO® in-duct air purifier is the best solution for whole house and building air purification. Invented to recreate nature’s process of purifying the air, it’s like bringing fresh outdoor air inside without ever having to open your windows. And it’s effective against all three categories of indoor air pollutants: Particulates, Microbial and Gases. You can now reduce common allergy triggers from particulates such as pollen, mold spores, dander and dust. Thoroughly tested on airborne and surface bacteria & viruses, such as MRSA, e-coli, and Norwalk, to name a few. Say goodbye to odors from cooking, pets, dirty socks, diaper pails, and musty rooms

Whole Home Humidifiers

As the name implies, whole home air purifiers help clear the air in entire homes, rather than just one or two rooms. These systems cast a wider net throughout your home that can filter out indoor air pollution and, ultimately, help your family avoid asthma, allergy and respiratory irritants. Additionally, since they cover more ground, these air purifiers are usually more cost effective than purchasing multiple room units.

Whole home air purifiers can also extend the life of your HVAC system by reducing the amount of dust moving through the system. A cleaner HVAC system offers greater long-term efficiency, so be sure to maintain its upkeep throughout the year.

These air purifiers are also, typically, hidden within your HVAC system and make little noise. They can even be programmed through your home’s thermostat, making it nearly a set and forget solution to breathing easy at home.

When You Need Us

No matter if you are feeling the effects, compared to others in your home, improving poor indoor air quality should be a priority to every homeowner. Unfortunately, it may take some time to put together the link between poor indoor air and the health symptoms or complications that you may be experiencing, if they’re even linked at all. Often the case, the air in your home might be harming you more subtly, and you don’t even know it. This is precisely why it’s important to do what you can to improve the air quality.

It’s Time For Prime if you are experiencing:

Suffer from Allergies or Asthma

Have Mold Growth

Have any lingering unpleasant smells or odors

Have abundance of dust

If your home feels overly humid

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