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Popular Products to Consider

Humidifiers & Dehumidifiers

Humidifiers are used to add moisture into the air when it is too dry and dehumidifiers take moisture out of the air when it is too humid. So if you or someone in your home is waking up everyday with congestion you may want to consider installing a whole house humidifier. If you or someone in your home has severe allergies or asthma, a dehumidifier can help clear out that stale air. 

Air Purifiers

Air purifiers are a simple way to improve your home and the health of those who live in it. Getting a good air purifier such as the Reme Halo or IWave-R can reduce airborne allergens, mold spores, bacteria, and pollution from smoke. These installations have become increasingly popular in our area due to the rising rates of pollution and the effects of Covid-19. 


Energy Recovery Ventilators

Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) are installed with the purpose of pulling fresh air from outside and recirculating it into the home. How is this different than simply opening a window? Opening a window to recirculate airflow will change the temperature of the home, hence making your air conditioning or heating units work harder. This device is attached right into your HVAC system and will automatically recirculate fresh air into your home without making your units work harder. This device would work well with an air purifier to get the best quality air flow in your home. 

Wi-fi Thermostats

As technology around the world improves, so does the technology for your HVAC systems! Wi-fi thermostats are quickly becoming familiar to the public. With a high-tech thermostat such as the Ecobee, you are able to see, change, and preset all the temperatures in your home without even being home! These thermostats are ideal for property owners who travel often, commuters, or those who are interested in technological advances such as these! Consultations are needed to determine if your current thermostat system is able to sustain a wi-fi thermostat. 

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