Did you know that you can control the quality of the air in your home? If you suffer from allergies or asthma, you may be interested in one of our indoor air quality solutions. Advanced HVAC offers many products such as air purifiers, humidifiers, Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV), and Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) that can drastically increase the indoor quality in your home.
Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV)
An HRV is a device that provides an efficient air exchange which uses the current indoor hot air to heat the cold outdoor fresh air being introduced into your home. In the winter months, the HRV also acts as a dehumidifier which helps reduce condensation buildup on windows and increases comfort.
Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV)
An ERV has greater humidity control. Unlike the HRV, an ERV can be used year round to introduce fresh air into your home. An ERV prevents hot humid air from outside entering your home during the summer while still introducing fresh air.
At Advanced HVAC, we are proud to provide Venmar heat recovery ventilators and energy recover ventilators.
Many people are concerned with the air quality in their home. With modern home construction methods, these air-tight homes create stale air environments. Air purifiers provide fresh air by removing impurities from the air in your home. These devices are ideal for asthma and allergy sufferers. They remove dust, dirt, pollen, mold, pet dander, and much more. Air purifiers can also assist in removing second-hand smoke in your home.
To ensure the effective removal of all the above mentioned contaminants, you’ll have to regularly change the air purifier’s filter. Advanced HVAC offers a selection of the best filters available and can provide advice on the frequency with which the filters should be changed.
Advanced HVAC offers many high quality lines, especially General air filters to increase your homes overall air quality and comfort.
Advanced HVAC has everything you need to breathe easy at home.
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Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers
When air in your home becomes too dry, moisture is taken from other areas of the home, such as people, plants, furniture, and even from your pets. The consequences can be harmful, costly, painful and unhealthy.
On the other hand, when air in your home becomes too moist, the air can smell musty and create discomfort, making it feeling “sticky” or “muggy”. Excess moisture can create condensation in the home and encourages the growth of mold and mildew.
Maintaining the appropriate humidity levels ensures a comfortable home atmosphere for all the people in your home. It also protects elements in your home such as expensive hardwood floors that could be negatively affected if the appropriate air quality solution were not used. Many health professionals recommend humidifiers and dehumidifiers for people who suffer from allergies and asthma.
See below for some of our many different indoor air quality products. For more information, give us a call or submit an online request for a quote here (link to request a quote page).
General Aire Dehumidifiers
For homes with excess humidity in several rooms, a whole house dehumidifier is the best option.
- Treats entire home
- Stand alone or incorporate with furnace
- Model DH70 removes 70 Pints Per Day @ 80° / DBT / 60% RH
- Model DH95 removes 95 Pints Per Day @ 80° / DBT / 60% RH
- Energy Star Rated