Indoor Air Quality Equipment
Your HVAC system filters your indoor air to remove particulate matter, but if you have employees, family members or visitors that suffer from allergies, you should consider installing an air cleaner and/or humidifier to help keep your indoor air pollutant-free and comfortable.
Air Quality Installation Services
- Recommendations for the Right Air Cleaner and/or Humidifier
- Full Installation of Your Air Cleaner and/or Humidifiers
- Complete Workspace Cleanup
- Free Estimates on New Equipment
Air cleaners are designed to remove particulate matter like dust, dirt, pollen, mold and mildew as well as other indoor air pollutants. Air Purifiers are designed to remove unpleasant or pungent odors. We offer air cleaners and purifiers by Aprilaire and Apco.
- Aprilaire Air Cleaner – 1210 – MERV 11
- Aprilaire Air Cleaner – 2210 – MERV 13
- Apco Air Purifier – Removes UV Light and Odors
Humidifiers add moisture to your air in order to protect your finishes and your health. Some of the finishes in your home or business require a certain percentage of humidity in order to function well and remain beautiful. Finishes and structures damaged by excessively dry air include hardwood floors, wooden furniture and hardwood moldings. When it comes to your health and comfort, properly humidified air can reduce static electricity and help you breathe better.
Our licensed HVAC technicians in Chicago can install standalone, fan-powered humidifiers which are separate units that connect to your existing ductwork, ductless humidifiers or we can install bypass humidifiers that are directly connected to your HVAC system that can help keep your home comfortable and your breathing easy. We are proud to offer high-quality, durable Aprilaire humidifiers.
- Model 500 – Small Bypass Humidifier
- Model 600 – Large Bypass Humidifier
- Model 700 – Large Bypass Humidifier
- Model 800 – Steam Humidifier
- Model 865 – Ductless Steam Humidifier
Air cleaners and humidifiers are additional items that are part of your HVAC system. In order to keep your entire system running well, we recommend planning for future preventative maintenance and repairs before they happen.