Indoor Air Quality

Breathe Easy with Us.

We spend 90% of our time indoors-most of it at home.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) studies of human exposure to air pollutants indicate that indoor levels of pollutants may be up to 100 times higher than outdoor levels.

Due to the size of, mould spores, bacteria, viruses, allergens, cooking and pet odours, and a host of other pathogens are able to pass through most forced air furnace filters like sand through a tennis racquet, allowing them to be distributed throughout your indoor environment and inhaled into our lungs.

Indoor Air Quality Services


Air filtration systems combat indoor air pollution by capturing up to 99.9% of the particles ranging in size from 0.3 microns and keep them from recirculating back into your indoor air enviroment.

  • 5-stage Air Treatment
  • HEPA Air Cleaners
  • Media Air Cleaner
  • Electronic Air Cleaner
  • Replacement filters

Humidity Control

Dehumidifiers and humidifiers work with the home’s heating and cooling system to help maintain a comfortable humidity level in the home.

  • Whole-Home Dehumidifier
  • Whole-Home Humidifier


Air purification systems are attached to the forced air furnace or air handler; contaminants are deactivated before the air is recirculated back into the home.

  • In-Duct Air Purifier
  • Coil Purifier


Ventilation systems replace stale, contaminated indoor air with outdoor air; providing the fresh-air feel of an open window, with minimal heat/energy loss.

With energy efficiency in mind and following the energy crisis of the 1970’s, we tend to insulate and build our indoor environments air tight.

The result?

Our homes are much more economical to heat and cool because the heat loss and air infiltration is minimal.

The consequence?

Everything produced inside the home or building remains and is distributed through the indoor breathing environment.

Heat Recovery Ventilators are designed to remove the heat from the exhausted air and transfer that heat to incoming colder fresh air. Balanced air flow between the supply and exhaust air is critical to the performance of a HRV.

Not sure what you need? Let one of our indoor air quality experts reach out to you. Let’s Chat.