How it Works

How it Works

Our simple three-step process of consultation, installation and maintenance gets you a prescription of services and biannual check-ups to certify you have True Healthy Air.

Step 1: Consultation

To provide you with an air conditioning system prescription that fits your home’s unique symptoms, one of our technicians will conduct an indoor air quality test at your home and evaluate your current system.

We analyze three components of your indoor air:

Based on these three factors, we will recommend a system configuration that is within your budget.

1

Particle Count

Our team uses a handheld airborne particle counter to measure the contaminant levels in your home. This allows us to choose the correct level of filtration and find the source of the contaminants.

2

Relative Humidity

Our portable relative humidity meter rates the humidity levels in your home between 1 and 100 percent. The ideal indoor relative humidity for health and comfort is between 40 and 50 percent.

3

Temperature

If it seems like one room is always hotter than another, we will test for temperature control and system inefficiency in each room of your home to ensure you aren’t wasting electricity.

Installation

Step 2: Installation

Once we decide on a prescription of services, our team of accredited professionals will install your system. Whether you have a new home and are looking for your first air conditioning system, or are remodeling an older home and need all new ducts, vents or insulation in addition to your system, our team is prepared to help you along the way. We get the job done efficiently – both on time and on budget – so you won’t be stuck without air conditioning for longer than necessary.

Step 3: Maintenance

We offer maintenance packages that ensure your system stays as healthy and efficient as possible, to provide you with complete peace-of-mind. Where other air conditioning systems lose two SEER points every five years, our systems stay efficient their entire lifetime. Part of the maintenance package includes having one of our technicians come out to your home and change your air conditioning filter every six months. We schedule this internally, so you don’t have to worry about putting it on your calendar and buying the filter.

The Revolutionary Features of True Healthy Air Equipment

Variable Speed Air Handler

The air handler is the part of your HVAC system that circulates conditioned air throughout your home. With a variable speed air handler, the motor that controls the circulation of the conditioned air, comes the ability to control the humidity content. As the indoor air passes over the evaporator at a controlled rate comes the removal of the moisture of the indoor air. The top four benefits of a variable speed air handler include: energy efficiency, noise control, high air quality, and comfort control.

Energy Recovery Ventilation

By installing an energy recovery ventilation system, your home’s air will stay fresh without creating a potentially uncomfortable situation that opening a window or installing a fan would make. By transferring moisture and heat from incoming fresh air to the outgoing airstream, you gain the ability to put your home under positive pressure with clean dry air. Enjoy fresh air, remove odors, eliminate indoor pollutants and control the intrusion of unhealthy air with an ERV.

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio

The efficiency of air conditioners is rated by the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER). The higher the air conditioning system’s SEER rating, the more energy efficient it is. Substantial energy savings can be obtained from more efficient systems. For example, by upgrading from SEER 9 to SEER 13, the power consumption is reduced by 30%! Energy Star qualified systems must have a SEER of at least 14.5.

4” Media Air Filters

Air filters are rated according to their Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV), which ranges from 1 to 16. The higher the MERV, the more contaminants that are removed from that air. Using either a disposable pleated high MERV (between 11 and 13) filter or a high-efficiency particulate arrestance (HEPA) filter, we can trap 0.3 and smaller micron particles. The thicker the filter, the longer it will last. We install four inch filters that need replacing every 6 months.

Two-Stage Air Compressor

When you need to cool your home on a single-stage cooling system, the A/C cycles on at full capacity, whether you need that much conditioned air or not. Often, this equates to a significant amount of wasted energy and money. Two-stage cooling systems employ a compressor that runs at two speeds – low and high – providing the ultimate experience in comfort and energy efficiency. It runs at the lower speed about 80 percent of the time.

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