Indoor Air Pollution & Respiratory Health
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 ideal for managing your family’s respiratory health.
We spend most of our time indoors, so breathing healthy air where we live is critical for protecting yourself and your family from developing respiratory health issues as well as managing the symptoms and triggers of asthma and COPD. The most common air pollutants include bacteria, dust, mold, and pet dander, which are common lung irritants and can be filtered out of your home’s indoor air. But let’s face it – those single room air purifiers don’t treat the symptoms at the source. It’s a band aid solution that needs a holistic treatment.See Our Service Prescription
Allergies to Dust, Mold & Pets
There is no cure for allergies, only treatments to prevent allergic reactions. By eliminating your exposure to irritants that trigger your symptoms, a True Healthy Air approved air conditioning system can help you manage airborne allergens year-round.
The most common indoor allergens include dust mite droppings, animal dander, cockroach droppings and mold. Dust mites and mold thrive in warm, humid environments, so keeping the relative humidity and temperature of your house in check is critical to reducing your symptoms. Additionally, with a high-quality air filter installed in your air conditioning system, you can eliminate the pet dander circulating in your home’s air, allowing those with pet allergies to breathe easier.See Our Filters in Action
Uncontrolled Humidity in Home
The relative humidity in your house can cause 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 relative humidity in a home can damage your walls, floors and interior furnishings, leading to mold, mildew, and other microbial growth that irritates respiratory health issues. Poor ventilation and leaking air conditioning systems contribute to high relative humidity within your home, so replacing your system with a customized configuration of energy recovery ventilators and variable air speed handlers will ensure your home is cool and dry no matter the weather conditions.See How Our System Works
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.
To bring your air conditioning costs as low as possible, our experts recommend installing a variable speed air handler and energy recovery ventilator that fits your home’s square footage requirements. These two components ensure your system is running at the lowest speed possible to maintain the optimum temperature and humidity level for your family’s comfort and health. It also allows for a scaling down of equipment, so you use only the necessary components for your home.See Your Cost Savings