Air Quality Control

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You breathe 2,700 gallons of air each day. Shouldn’t it be clean?

Considering you spend so much of your time indoors, shouldn’t it be the one place where you feel safe to breathe?

Yet the air inside your home or office could be up to five times more polluted than outdoors. Pollen and mold spores enter through open doors and windows, bacteria and viruses spread between family and friends, fine dust particles get kicked up from floors and furniture, dander and fur fall from pets. These contaminants can circulate in the air throughout your home spreading disease or triggering allergic and asthmatic reactions.

There is an answer. Our HVAC manufacturers have a complete line of air filtration and purification products designed to enhance the air quality in your home. And GPS has the experience and trained staff to help you create a customized home comfort system tailored to your needs.

  • Air Cleaners: The most effective way to enhance the quality of air in your home air filtration systems remove bacteria, pollen, animal dander and other pollutants from the air.
  • Humidifiers: Control moisture to increase indoor air quality humidifiers are independent units that add moisture directly into your ducts. Bypass Humidifiers work in tandem with your furnace system to deliver enhanced moisture throughout your home. Both options are quiet, energy efficient ways to make your home more comfortable.
  • Ventilators: Bring fresh air into your home all year while conserving energy – Ventilators bring fresh air into your home throughout the longer cooling season, while Heat Recovery Ventilators keep your air warm and fresh during longer heating seasons— forcing stale air and pollutants out of your home.
  • UV Lamps: Germicidal UV Lamps Keep Coils Free of Mold, Bacteria UV Lamps from zap the mold and bacteria that can sometimes grow in the moist environment of your air conditioning or indoor coils.

Your Indoor Air Quality Consultant

Contact GPS today to learn more about how the pollutants in and around our homes affect our indoor air quality, as well as what you can do to improve your health.

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