When it comes to the air in your home or business, heating and cooling is only part of the equation. Many modern buildings have air quality issues which, if left untreated, can be detrimental to long-term health. Stanco offers a comprehensive range of products and services to purify your air and keep it clean.
Most modern homes and businesses are tightly-sealed and well-insulated. This is a big advantage when it comes to heating and cooling, but it can also lead to air quality problems if the right measures are not taken.
Stanco has the tools, knowledge and experience to bring you affordable air quality solutions! We offer all of the following:
- Free In-Home Consultation – Get a free, no obligation assessment of your air quality by one of our HVAC specialists.
- Air Filtration Products – Remove contaminants such as pollen, mold and pet dander that aggravate allergies.
- Humidifiers – Properly control humidity for personal comfort, to protect furniture and wood floors, and reduce static electricity that damages electronics.
- Fresh Air Ventilators – Remove cooking, pet and chemical odors by expelling them to the outdoors.
- Ultra Violet Lights – Kill airborne microbial growth of mold, bacteria and viruses throughout your home, ductwork and cooling coils.
- Carbon Monoxide Detectors – To protect your family from this silent killer.
- Programmable Thermostats – Keep each area of your home at the proper comfort level to meet your lifestyle.
What kinds of problems can occur if I leave my air quality to chance?
The answer to this question depends on many factors, including the age of the building and the existing HVAC systems. Buildings more than twenty years old, often have mold infestations that can lead to serious health complications. Poor filtration in buildings of any age allows a host of allergens to enter the building, affecting anyone with serious allergies. Improper humidity control can damage everything from furniture to electronics, while improper ventilation leads to unpleasant odors and lower overall air quality. And of course, Carbon Monoxide is an air quality issue that must absolutely be monitored.
Call us for a free consultation!
One of our qualified HVAC specialists will visit your residential site, assess your air quality, and discuss a solution that meets your needs and your budget.