Indoor Air Quality
Enjoy peace of mind with cleaner indoor air.
This air quality statistic might surprise you: according to the EPA, indoor air can have two to five times the concentration of air pollutants than outdoor air.
We can install an air purifier in your home that uses UV lights, which purify the air by killing mold and bacteria, ultimately sending clean air into your HVAC system for circulation.
Because the average person spends 90 percent of their time indoors, including at home, at school, or at work, indoor air quality is more important than ever.
A high-efficiency air purifier Hutcherson Plumbing & Air, INC. makes a great addition to your home comfort system. It is the ideal solution for homes susceptible to airborne germs as well as those sensitive to pollen, pet dander and other air irritants.
Enjoy cleaner air as it treats 100% of the air flowing through your home and features the patented ability to both filter and kill or inactivate airborne pathogens. It has been proven effective against three common pathogens: human influenza, the common cold and streptococcus aureus.
Featuring silent operation, an air purifier conveniently attaches to your furnace and works with nearly any ductwork system. By not producing a significant pressure drop, it protects your heating and cooling equipment.
How can you tell if your home has an indoor air quality problem?
Musty odors or condensation on windows can be a sign of poor indoor air quaility. You may also see discoloration of walls or ceilings, loose drywall tape, wood warping, and peeling or chipping of paint.
If you have an indoor air quality problem, it may be affecting how you feel. If you can breathe easier when you're away from home, your home's air may not be as healthy as it should be.