Beat Bad Air — Solutions for Making Your Home Healthier and More Comfortable.
Dust dancing all around you? Is the sight of Mold making you green? Tired of Odor sneaking up on you out of nowhere?
What ever problem you're having with your home's air, you'll find the perfect solution from Davis Heating and Air. That's because we offer a selection of indoor air quality products no one else can match--all designed to make your home healthier without producing ozone, a lung irritant that can cause shortness of breathe, wheezing and coughing.*
From industry leading air purification to high-efficiency air filtration, Davis Heating and Air gives you a variety of innovative options for getting rid of bad air in your home.
The best way to control contaminants.
One of the best ways to control contaminants is to eliminate them at the source. And one of the most effective ways to do that is to install an air purification system. Another innovative option is to install a germicidal lamp. Both products attach to your heating and air system, where contaminants are removed and destroyed before air is recirculated into your home.
The PureAir air purification system is the only single indoor air quality system that can safely remove and destroy chemical vapors and odors. It also captures small particles and microorganisms. Using patented light-purification technology and two types of filtration, the PureAir system cleans the air better than any other single system you can buy.
Shown: PureAir air purification system installed in your home comfort system. The Mayo Clinic has found that whole-home air cleaners are generally more effective than freestanding air cleaners.
Contaminants can also be controlled through the process of illumination, with a germicidal lamp. Powered with maximum intensity UVA light, these lamps dramatically reduce concentrations of microorganisms such as mildew, bacteria, and mold spores.
Protection for your entire home.
An air filtration system combats indoor pollution by capturing even the smallest contaminants, including allergy-aggravating particles like pollen, mold and pet dander, in every room of your home.
Shown Healthy Climate 16 Media Air Cleaner provides whole-house filtration for optimal home comfort and air quality with no additional power source.
The Healthy Climate HEPA(high-effieciency particulant air) filtration system attaches to your home comfort system, trapping nearly all fine particles and microorganisms.
Choosing the Right System.
When selecting an air filtration system there are two main factors to consider:
Size of the area covered
The most effective air-filtration options are professionally installed, whole-house systems. Unlike portable units that cover only a single room, these systems work with your central heating and cooling system to remove and destroy pollutants throughout your entire home.
Size and types of pollutants to be removed
Choose a filtration system that is right for the type of pollutants you wish to remove from your home.
Not too sticky. Not too dry. Just right.
Products like humidifiers and thermostats, working together with your heating and cooling system, help keep moisture levels under control and balanced.
Solutions that help balance moisture levels.
The Humiditrol® dehumidification system works with a two-stage air conditioner and ComfortSense™ Touchscreen Thermostat to help reduce moisture levels in the home, decreasing the potential for mold and mildew problems.
Humidifiers help regulate humidity by working with "forced-air" applications (furnaces or air handlers) to add moisture in the circulating conditioned air.
Thermostats like the advanced ComfortSense™ 7000 Touchscreen Thermostat* monitors existing humidity levels and allows you to adjust humidity settings to your specific needs
A continuous flow of fresh air.
Heat- or energy-recovery ventilators and ventilation control systems help replace stale, contaminated indoor air with fresher outdoor air, to ensure that every corner of your home is comfortable.
Shown: Energy- and heat-recovery ventilators installed with your home comfort system. The average home should have at least 0.35 ACH (air changes per hour) rating. Many newer homes have an ACH rating as low as 0.05.*
Ventilation applications for the home.
Heat Recovery Ventilator – Retains heat and moisture from indoor air before it's discharged. Ideal for colder climates.
Energy Recovery Ventilator – Reduces the humidity in the fresh air supplied to the home. Ideal for warmer, humid climates.
Ventilation Control System – Provides whole home ventilation by bringing in the right amount of fresh air at the right time.
*Source: www.epa.gov, "The Inside Story: A Guide to Indoor Air Quality"