INDOOR AIR QUALITY

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AEROSEAL DUCT SEALING

The hidden cause of discomfort inside your home – LEAKY AIR DUCTS.
A poor air duct system is likely the reason you're seeing uneven temperatures throughout your home. Aeroseal is a proven technology that measurably improves the air we breathe, reducing allergens, dust and other contaminants that can cause health problems.
Aeroseal improves comfort in your home immediately, removing dead zones, evening out temperatures in every room and balancing air flow and humidity, so you can truly get the most out of your furnace, air conditioner and any smart thermostat and climate control technology. 
By reducing wasted energy and improving the longevity of your heating and cooling system, Aeroseal is also good for the environment. It is one of the few things you can do to protect the environment, improve your living conditions and save money – all at the same time. 
On average, home owners enjoy a 30% rate of return on their investment in Aeroseal. And since Aeroseal has been tested and proven to last decades, that means your lower utility bills that come from using Aeroseal will more than pay for itself quickly and for years to come.

 

AIR PURIFIERS

Air purifiers work with your HVAC system to trap much more than the standard dirt and dust that air filters capture during a cycle. These tools take the process to the next level by capturing pollen, pet dander, smoke, bacteria, and even airborne pathogens.

HUMIDIFIERS

Dry air can lead to respiratory issues, damage wooden furniture, and drive-up energy costs. A whole-home humidifier adds moisture to the air via either steam or water vapor. Since these appliances address the air throughout your home, you can rest assured that they will provide healthy, humidified air to every room.

ULTRAVIOLET (UV) LIGHTS

UV-C light, one of three types of ultraviolet light, is commonly used in air purification. When properly utilized, this indistinguishable light can safely kill germs, mold, mildew, and in some cases even bacteria and viruses.

Call Family Heating & Cooling today to learn more about our indoor air quality services.