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Air Quality
Air Quality Protect your heating and air conditioning equipment and enjoy cleaner air in your home. Is there any reason you wouldn’t want to breathe cleaner, fresher, healthier air? Read More
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Odor Removal

Germs, viruses and bacteria are controlled by germicidal lamps creating cleaner, healthier air in your home. They also can control and eliminate odors from cooking, smoking, pets, etc. Indoor air quality is improved by eliminating germs and odors at the same time.

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Apple Comfort’s One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning works with you to design a Whole-house Indoor Air Quality System customized to meet your needs. We can Install a whole-house IAQ system as part of a new Comfort System or convert your existing heating and cooling system into your whole-house air treatment center.

Whole-house IAQ systems are devices installed within a forced-air heating and/or cooling system, inside the existing ductwork. These systems range from a simple High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter (like our exclusive MERV 12 rated Fantastic Filter) that can be installed by the homeowner to contractor-installed germicidal and toxic gas light system (like our Quantum 254 LED HL or the OxyQuantum LED) in addition to humidification and/or dehumidification devices.

Stand-alone room air cleaners cannot possibly match the effectiveness and efficiency of whole-house systems. They simply do not move the large volume of air required to reduce indoor air pollution. By using your existing forced-air system to circulate the air through our filtration systems you will have measurably cleaner indoor air.
 
Cleaner, healthier air within your home is possible. Call 215-249-4650 or click here to schedule a free Indoor Air Quality consultation with one of our Comfort Advisors.

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Quick Tips

Tip Eighteen

A maze of heating and air conditioning ducts runs inside the walls and floors of 80 percent of American homes. As the supply ducts blow air into the rooms, return ducts inhale airborne dust and suck it back into the blower. Add moisture to this mixture and you've got a breeding ground for allergy-inducing molds, mites and bacteria. Many filters commonly used today can't keep dust and debris from streaming into the air and over time sizable accumulations can form — think dust bunnies, but bigger.

To find out if your ducts need cleaning, pull off some supply and return registers and take a look. If a new furnace is being installed, you should probably invest in a duct cleaning at the same time, because chances are the new blower will be more powerful than the old one and will stir up a lot of dust.