With asthma and COPD affecting millions of Americans, the importance of indoor air quality has never been greater. With a True Healthy Air seal of certification, you can breathe easy knowing your home’s air is clean and ideal for managing your family’s respiratory health.
Breathe easy with clean indoor air and energy efficient air conditioning
Indoor air pollution can come from many sources inside the home: dust, mold, pet dander – even your own air conditioning system. By diagnosing the air quality symptoms in your home, we can prescribe a cost effective treatment of services that will not only improve the long-term quality of your air, but will ultimately lower your energy bill.
The complete home prescription to indoor air health concerns.
We know the unique symptoms homeowners face.
Indoor Air Pollution & Respiratory Health
Allergies to Dust, Mold & Pets
There is no cure for allergies, only treatments to prevent allergic reactions. A True Healthy Air approved air conditioning system will help you manage airborne allergies year-round by eliminating your exposure to the irritants that trigger your symptoms.
Uncontrolled Humidity in Home
Humidity control is more important than you think. The relative humidity in your house is often responsible for respiratory infections and allergies, as well as structural damage to your home. Because it’s difficult to efficiently cool and heat a home with improper humidity levels, high energy bills must compensate for comfort.
High Energy Bills & Inefficiency
Florida homeowners pay 12% more than the national average household on their monthly electricity bill. Installing a state-of-the-art, high-efficiency air conditioning system, fit for the Florida environment, is critical in keeping utility costs as low as possible.
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Experience the True Difference
Our holistic approach to your air conditioning and filtration needs addresses your concerns at their source and ensures a long-term solution to better heating, cooling, filtration and cost savings.
We offer maintenance packages that ensure your system stays as healthy and efficient as possible, to provide you with complete peace-of-mind, including changing your 4” filter every 6 months.
We work with your unique budgeting concerns to make certain the services we prescribe won’t break the bank, but will actually save you money on electricity and health bills in the long-run.
With more than forty years of experience, our leadership team holds vital certifications from the American Council for Accredited Certification, the oldest and most prestigious certifying body dedicated to indoor air quality.
Trust Your Home to Our Board-Certified and
Our leadership team holds numerous professional certifications that uniquely qualifies them as experts in the air conditioning and filtration industries.
Certified General Contractor
A general contractor is responsible for the day-to-day oversight of a construction site, management of vendors and trades, and the communication of information to all involved parties throughout the course of a building project. In the state of Florida, an applicant must take licensing courses and pass an exam to become certified.
Certified Air Conditioning + Mechanical Contractor
A CAC and MCC has the experience, knowledge, and skill to install, maintain, repair, fabricate, alter, extend, and design central air conditioning, refrigeration, heating, and ventilating systems, including duct work in connection with a complete system. These contractors are certified by the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation.
Council-Certified Microbial Remediation Supervisor
A CMRS conducts mold remediation and mold removal projects in the indoor environment; controls pressure relationships during a project; safely cleans, treats or removes structures and contents affected by microbial contamination; and designs remediation protocols or follows established protocols and industry standards.
Council-Certified Moisture Control Consultant
A CMCC conducts moisture investigations and assessments in all types of buildings. They apply knowledge of building sciences, moisture behavior and structural drying to locate the source, identify the cause, or specify the mitigation of moisture problems involving the design, construction and/or maintenance of the built environment.
Mold-Related Service Remediator
A MRSR has gone through 24 hours of training in mold, moisture and respiratory protection with hands-on training including sampling processes, PPE, building containment, establishing negative pressure and fresh air makeup. Once they pass the proctored examination, they are licensed within their state.