Indoor Air Quality
Clean allergens and microbes from your air with purification and filtration systems.
From hospital-grade filtration to the industry’s most effective home air purifier, we have an indoor air quality system to fit your needs.
Our team has the knowledge and equipment to help you choose the right system, provide a guaranteed quote, and professionally install it in your home.
My furnace has a filter already. Doesn't that clean my indoor air?
Standard furnace filters are designed to remove larger particles like dust and dirt. Some include charcoal layers to eliminate odours. However, they are not designed to capture microscopic contaminants like viruses, bacteria, fine dust, or pollen.
How do I know what indoor air quality system I need?
It depends. UV light systems kill airborne virus and microbial particles, but don’t capture contaminants. HEPA filtration systems capture most viruses, microbes, and contaminants like dust and pollen. PureAir systems combine UV lights with HEPA-like filters to clean your air, and also remove chemical odours and vapours.
Does furnace & duct cleaning improve indoor air quality?
Does humidity affect indoor air quality?
Yes. Indoor humidity of 30% to 50% is ideal. Higher or lower humidity can impact your home and your health. Dry indoor air can cause the following problems:
If you don’t already have a whole-home humidifier, consider adding one to maximize your indoor air quality and comfort.