Components & Accessories

Air Cleaners

Simply put, it’s a different type of a filter. There are many types of air cleaners (also refered to as air purifiers or ionizers) on the market. A whole-house air cleaner makes your air as clean as possible by removing particulates from your air, allowing you to breathe healthier air — important to those with allergies and asthma. An air cleaner can help rid your home of dust, dust mites, pet dander, mold spores, pollen, bacteria and viruses, smoke and more.

Whole-house air cleaners are installed as part of your home’s central heating and cooling system — completely out of your way and out-of-sight. That means each time your system runs, the air in your home is filtered through our state-of-the-art filter media, removing potentially harmful contaminants from every room of your home. The resulting clean air is then distributed via your heating and cooling system’s ductwork to your entire home. Best yet, the system is easy to maintain with infrequent maintenance only required 1-2 times a year, unlike portable units that require monthly care or standard filters that need cleaning every 1-3 months.

UV Lights

The air conditioning or heat pump coil that is part of your heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system is designed to cool the air passing through it, thus generating comfortable air for your home. During this process, dehumidification also occurs as water condenses from the air stream onto the cooling coil. This water, referred to as condensation, drains away from the air conditioning coil into the drain pan and through the drain connection on the side of your furnace/air handler. In some cases, extended operation of an air conditioning system and the associated moisture on the air conditioning coil can support the growth of mold and bacteria.

A UV Germicidal Lamp uses UVC spectrum light to kill mold and bacteria growing on the coil. This technology has been used for over 60 years to kill microorganisms. Your lamp will help reduce the risk of allergic reactions and illnesses caused by biological growth on the air conditioning or heat pump coil, and will eliminate the foul odors associated with such growth on the coil.

It’s an excellent addition to any indoor air quality system. In addition, it will protect your air conditioning system from reduced efficiency caused by biological growth on the air conditioning coil. By eliminating this growth, your air conditioner will run at peak performance and use less energy. The Ultraviolet Germicidal Lamp is designed for the lamp to be on at all times.

Humidifiers

A Whole-Home Humidifier installed with your heating and cooling equipment will deliver the perfect amount of moisture to your air making you feel more comfortable at lower thermostat settings.

A Whole-House Humidifier is installed directly to your central new or existing heating and cooling system. Humidity is introduced into your home’s air in the form of water vapor, which prevents minerals from entering the air in your home and potentially into your lungs. Water is supplied to the distribution tray, allowing it to flow evenly across the water panel. The resulting humidified air is then distributed via your heating and cooling system ductwork throughout your home.

Humidifiers are commonly used in homes to relieve the physical discomforts of dry nose, throat, lips, and skin. The moisture they add to dry air also helps alleviate common nuisances brought on by winter heating, such as static electricity, splitting woodwork, and cracks in paint and furniture.

Dehumidifiers

Works as part of your home’s heating and cooling system. Central dehumidifiers pull air from every room in your home through the return ducts or from your basement only, where the level of humidity is the highest. It removes the moisture and then sends dry air back throughout your home. It works in conjunction with your air conditioner to efficiently balance the humidity levels in your home, but can also work independently on days when you don’t need the air conditioner. The Whole-House Dehumidifier works equally well in new or existing homes, and is truly the complete solution for your home’s excess indoor humidity problems.

Portable dehumidifiers treat the air in just one room. To properly control health, comfort and preservation throughout your home, you would need to purchase a portable dehumidifier for every room. In this situation, you would consume more electricity than necessary. A more efficient solution is to have a single, whole-home central dehumidifier installed as part of your home’s central heating and cooling system.

Thermostats

Modern thermostats are digital, but in older homes you might still find non-digital “mercury” thermostats. This type of thermostat has a glass vial with a small amount of actual mercury inside.

The Digital Thermostat is an electronic version of the simple mechanical thermostat. It has electronic controls versus a glass vial to sense temperature changes and is much more accurate. These thermostats usually have large, easy to read displays and easily replace the older mechanical thermostat you might have in your home.

Digital Programmable Thermostat takes the digital thermostat and gives it a “brain.” It has user controls that allow you to set the days of the week, time, temperature, override, temporary temperature hold and other custom programming. These thermostats allow the weekday, Saturday or Sunday settings to be different and even tell you when you need to change your furnace filter.

The newest thermostats have touch screen, high definition color displays and they are controllable through the Internet and your Smartphone.

Zoning Systems

Different areas of your house have different temperature needs as do individual family members. What may be cool to one member may be warm to another. Heat rises up, leaving the main floor cool and second floor bedrooms hot. Cool air settles into the basement. Windows to the south soak up the sun making certain rooms uncomfortably hot, while northerly winds may make some rooms feel too cool. Add some of today’s most desired home design features, and the problem gets worse. Large glass expanses, vaulted or cathedral ceilings, finished basements, solariums, lofts — they all can cause temperatures to vary dramatically from one part of a house to the next. Expecting one thermostat in a single room to control temperature variations throughout your home is asking the impossible.

The Zoned Comfort Control system increases comfort by controlling specific temperature needs in designated areas of your home — making you and your family more comfortable while saving money by using less energy for heating and cooling needs.

Zoned Comfort Control is a system of more than one thermostat, electrically connected to a control panel which operates a number of dampers or pumps in your air or hot water heating/cooling system. Conditioned air or hot water is then distributed to various parts of your home as needed. The system can be installed in new or existing homes helping you achieve total indoor comfort. Plus there is no service required — only changes in living habits may make it necessary for system adjustments from time to time.

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