Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality and filtration

Air Cleaners

Air cleaners help keep your system operating efficiently by removing particles that may hinder the performance of the system that you have installed.

All Clean Comfort indoor air quality products are covered by what we believe to be some of the best warranties in the heating and cooling industry.

Indoor air quality and filtration
Indoor air purifiers and filtration

UV Air Purification

Whole-House, High-Capacity Purifiers
UV Air Purifiers employ ultraviolet light to reduce airborne bacteria that can be found in indoor air. Two major factors determine the effectiveness of UV air purifiers: the intensity of the UV source and the length of time that the bacteria are exposed to the light source. The longer the bacteria are exposed to the ultraviolet light and the more intense the light rays, the more effective the unit is in reducing airborne bacteria.

Indoor air quality and filtration
Indoor air quality and filtration

Humidification

Avoid static electricity shocks and enjoy comfortable indoor humidity levels with a Clean Comfort fan-powered or by-pass whole-house humidifier.

Clean Comfort By-Pass Humidifiers
  • Improved wicking and water distribution system accommodates non-level plenum installations
  • Output capacity up to 18 gallons of humidification per day
  • Summer season shut-off damper
  • Low-profile design allows easy installation where space is limited
  • Durable thermoplastic cabinet resists rust, corrosion, warping and is UV light resistant
Indoor air quality and filtration

Tips for Maintaining Air Quality in the Home

  • Stay aware of local weather reports for news of pollution blown in from fires nearby or other areas. Many communities offer forecasts for the next day’s expected air pollution levels. Levels predicted to be orange, red or purple days signal unhealthy levels of ozone. However, pollution from fires may bring unhealthy levels of soot or fine particle pollution, which may be on days when ozone levels are not high.
  • On days when air pollution from fires (or other sources) is predicted to be high, limit time spent outdoors and avoid exercise outside, especially if you have asthma, lung disease, or are a child or senior.
  • Use a high efficiency furnace filter and replace it every two to three months. A high efficiency filter not only protects the furnace, but can also capture up to 30 times more pollutants such as smoke, pet dander and pollen than standard fiberglass filters.
    So that air is always passing through the filter, run the furnace fan continuously regardless of the outdoor temperature. To do so, set the furnace thermostat to the “on,” rather than the “auto,” position.
  • Have a professional inspect the furnace once a year to make sure that the air intake is adequate and the unit is operating at peak efficiency. A smooth-running furnace helps the filter capture more soot particles in the home.
  • Prohibit smoking in the home.
  • Make sure gas cooking appliances are vented to the outdoors.

Tips courtesy of American Lung Association