Indoor Air Quality

Reduce Indoor Air Polution

As we spend more time indoors, we need to think about the effects of indoor air pollution has on our health.


Whole-home humidifiers add moisture to the conditioned air flowing through the home. Premium steam humidifiers help maintain comfortable humidity levels utilizing electrode and canister technology. Evaporative humidifiers use the warm furnace air to circulate evaporated moisture.


Ultraviolet (UV) light is an effective method to inhibit the growth of microbes such as mold, bacteria, and viruses. Air purifiers harness the power of UV, increasing disinfection power in the airstream. UV coil purifiers bask the coil with UV light and help to keep the evaporator coil clean.


Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV) and Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) offer a simple, energy-efficient solution for ventilating well insulated homes. HRV and ERV products keep you comfortable and may save energy by using the stale indoor air exhaust to condition fresh incoming air.


HEPA bypass filtration cleans air to a high-quality standard removing 99.97% of all particles as small as 0.3 microns. Media air cleaners are a more efficient and convenient way to clean the air than standard filters. Both options may help to remove dust, lint, and other particulates.

Standard Filtration

Changing your furnace filter every month is important as it can take common particles out of the air such as pollen, dust mites, textile and carpet fibers, mold spores, dust, pet dander, bacteria, tobacco smoke and smog.

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Why choose ServicePlus Heating and Cooling?

We take indoor air quality seriously. We are certified with the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute and have indoor air quality training. Feel free to contact us with any air quality questions you may have.

The Indoor Generation