At River City Furnace, we know that having healthy, fresh air in your home isn't just nice, its important for your health. Indoor air quality systems help filter and clean your home's air in different ways. River City Furnace is here to provide expert service, repair, installation and replacement of your indoor air quality system!
Our team of indoor air quality experts provides maintenance, repair, installation and replacement of air cleaners & filters, UV air purifiers, dehumidifiers and humidifiers. Call River City Furnace today to start breathing healthy air in your home!
Our healthy air specialists are dedicated to improving your home's indoor air! Call us today for exceptional services! The team at River City Furnace are your local indoor air quality experts!
Mold can grow on the surface of AC coils and airborne bacteria can be sent throughout your home by your ductwork. An Ultra-violet Air Purifier can kill 99.99% of germs and viruses that build up in your home's ductwork. Not only are these systems capable of eliminating common issues, they are also able to kill epidemic bacteria such as E-Coli, SARS, Staphylococcus Aureus, Salmonella and Avian Bird Flu.
The particles floating in your home's air contain some harmful allergins. Dust mites, mold spores and carcinogens all float around in the air you breathe. One way to reduce the amount of toxins in your home is to upgrade your air filter from a media filter to an electronic air filter. Electronic Air Cleaners capture up to 99% of airborne particles as compared to the standard media filter which only traps about 50%.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air quality can be up to five times worse than outdoors. Why? Your home is a living, breathing thing. It is constantly creating and trapping cooking gases, your exhaled breath and off-gases from building materials. A ventilation system provides an efficient way to trade your dirty indoor air for fresh outdoor air. No matter what the weather’s doing outside.
A whole-house humidifier will constantly monitor the moisture level in your home and keep it at desired levels. Not only will you feel better, but you’ll spend less money on your heating bills each winter.
Your air conditioner is designed to control temperature, not humidity. You need humidity control to maintain comfortable, healthy conditions in your home through our muggy summers. Excessive humidity is not only uncomfortable in the summer; it can also lead to mold.