Protect Your Family From Indoor Air Pollution with a New Indoor Air Quality System from Grand Rapids Heating and Cooling
You care about drinking filtered water, so doesn’t it make sense to care about breathing filtered air?
Indoor air is filled with microscopic particles like dead skin, dirt, pollen, mold, pet hair and more. If you live in a new home, chances are, it’s air-tight. Great for energy efficiency, AND keeping airborne contaminants in.
The dust we see on our shelves and in our vacuums is just a fraction of what we breathe in every day. Keeping your home clean and well ventilated is just the beginning. Grand Rapids Heating and Cooling offers a variety of indoor air quality systems that purify the air and keep your home healthy and comfortable all year long.
Whole House Air Purification Systems
Basically, there are 3 types of whole house air purification systems: Filter based, installed in HVAC systems and air intake points; Duct based units, installed into the air duct either before or after the air handler in your central HVAC unit; and Stand Alone systems, installed in closets or attics (requiring additional air intake and exhaust into the home) The professionals at Grand Rapids Heating and Cooling can recommend which system is best for your situation.
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Whole Home Dehumidification Systems
Whole home dehumidification systems work similarly to the stand-alone systems, but for your entire house. They reduce the overall humidity in your home and prohibit the growth of mold, mildew, and dust mites. Low humidity protects your furnishings and belongings from mildew and rot, reduces musty smells and increases your overall health and comfort. Contact us today for a free quote on a whole home dehumidification system.
Temperature Control Through Zoning
A typical home uses one thermostat to try and regulate the temperatures in every room of your home. Impossible. The only place in your home that matches the temperature of the thermostat is where the thermostat is. Temperature control through zoning allows you to control the temperatures of different areas or rooms in your home through a system of thermostats, dampers, and electronic programming. Regardless of the room size, the ceiling height, the number of window or doors, you can set the room's temperature and keep it there. It can also be a different temperature than the room next to it. Call (616) 818-8850 today to talk about temperature control through zoning today!
If you’re ready to take your home’s comfort to the next level, call us today at (616) 818-8850. We’ll be happy to come to your home and talk about indoor air quality and upgrading your systems.
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