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. 


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 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.