Filtration is the most effective method for removing airborne contaminants. Bryant's advanced air cleaners can remove 95% of particulates, including dust, pollen, pet dander and smoke. They can also disable 99% of germs, including pathogens that cause strep throat and the flu.
If you're interested in managing indoor pollutants, we can suggest a whole-house filtration system that cleans all the air in your home multiple times per hour. These systems require minimal maintenance, and they generate up to 100 times more clean air than portable models.
Bryant's Preferred and Evolution series air cleaners are compatible with most fan cabinets, and they support multiple installation options, so our contractors can select the best configuration for your home and HVAC system. Whole-house air purifiers are useful for removing allergens and particulates, but there are several other add-ons to consider.
Moisture levels can affect your indoor air quality for better or worse. Here in southern Louisiana, high humidity is a common problem, especially in the spring and summer. If your home feels hot and sticky or cold and clammy, a whole-home dehumidifier can remove excess moisture to improve your comfort.
The Bryant dehumidifiers that we install extract more than 10 gallons of airborne water vapor every day. User-friendly controls help you maintain relative humidity levels below 50%, which is vital for preventing window condensation, dust mites and mold. Since collected water drains outside your home automatically, there's no need to lug heavy dehumidifier buckets around on a daily basis. The humidity management products that we install feature precise controls and long-lasting filters that maintain optimal airflow rates.
Germicidal UV Lamps for Healthy Air
Ultraviolet lamps use the power of light to destroy mold, mildew and odor-causing bacteria at the source. These fixtures are installed inside your HVAC unit where condensation from the cooling process can fuel microbial growth. UV lamps provide continuous protection, and each bulb lasts for a full year. If you're concerned about mold spores, germs or bacteria that cause dirty sock syndrome, a UV lamp can noticeably improve your home's air quality.
Maintain optimal air change rates with a mechanical ventilator. These systems release stale indoor air and gather fresh air from outside your home. Ventilators are helpful for reducing chemical pollutants, exhausting carbon monoxide and preventing stuffy indoor conditions. Thanks to an onboard heat exchanger, they extract energy from the outgoing air and use it to maintain stable temperatures no matter how hot or cold it is outside.
Covington's Indoor Air Quality Experts
To schedule an in-home assessment or to learn more about your options, contact our office in Mandeville. Our experts offer personalized indoor air quality solutions that can enhance your health and comfort every day of the year.