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Indoor Air Quality
Clean indoor air is essential for overall health. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ranks indoor air quality as one of the top five environmental health threats.
There are many ways you can promote healthy indoor air quality in your home. Excel Heating and Cooling offers a variety of products and services that can prevent contaminants and remove airborne allergens.
Excel Comfort Advisors are skilled in solving indoor air quality issues while promoting home comfort and safety in the process. We offer solutions using mechanical ventilation, air purifiers, humidifiers, and dehumidifiers, all of which can benefit your entire home. We also seal ductwork, which can significantly improve air quality in the home and decrease the amount of dust, pollens, pet dander, and other common allergens.
Air Purification and Filtration Systems
Our Comfort Advisors install filtration systems that clean airborne pollutants from your home. We design whole-house solutions that work with your existing HVAC system and ductwork. Excel installs Lennox, Amana, and Nordyne brands (or whatever is needed) to get the job done right. These systems can help remove some allergy and asthma triggers for better home air health.
Ideal Home Humidity Levels: How Does Your Home Measure Up?
When indoor air is overly dry, home comfort and your health can suffer. Excel offers humidity solutions that work with your existing HVAC equipment to ensure proper winter humidity levels throughout the home.
Likewise, excessive moisture levels in the basement or elsewhere can affect home comfort, indoor air quality, and even home durability. In fact, dampness encourages mold and mildew growth, which can lead to health problems. Our team has several dehumidification solutions that address problem areas as well as the entire home.
Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) Systems
The most effective ventilation systems both supply fresh air and exhaust contaminants, particles, and other indoor air pollutants from the home. ERVs also recycle heat from the exhaust air, keeping energy bills low. ERVs can ventilate one area of the home or the entire home for fresh indoor air throughout the year.
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