Indoor Air Quality

Reduce airborne pollutants, improve your health, and breathe refreshing indoor air with these proven solutions installed by the experts at Emerald Coast Air Conditioning and Heating.

How Can I Improve My Home's Air Quality?

Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to improve indoor air quality. One of the best things you can do is to have your HVAC system regularly serviced by a qualified technician. This will ensure that your system is running efficiently and that any potential problems are caught early. Technicians can also perform indoor air quality testing to determine the air’s radon levels and carbon monoxide levels.

Check the Filters

Change your HVAC system’s air filters on a regular basis, and use filters recommended by professionals

Keep it Clean

Regularly vacuum and dust your home. This will minimize airborne polutants entering your HVAC system

No Harsh Chemicals

Evaporating toxic fumes can linger in the air. Repeated use can cause long term respiratory damage.

Ventilate

Not everybody can simply open their doors and windows, and doing so can effect your HVAC system's efficiency. Check out the ERV below!

Better Air Means Better Health and Comfort.

Indoor air quality plays a significant role in our health and comfort. Unfortunately, studies from the United States EPA have shown that air inside homes can be significantly more polluted than outdoor air.

Poor indoor air quality can lead to a variety of health complications, including headaches, dizziness, sinus infections, and respiratory issues. Additionally, it can make a home feel stuffy and uncomfortable.

Indoor air pollutants can come from a variety of sources, including dust, mold, and bacteria. Inadequate ventilation can also harm air quality by providing an insufficient amount of fresh air to dilute contaminants.

Even your home’s own HVAC system can release harmful pollutants into the air if it is not properly maintained.
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REME-HALO®

In-Duct Air Purifier

The Reme-Halo is an in-duct air purifier that introduced charged peroxide ions into your air system which cause airborne pollutants (think pet dander, dust, pollen, pathogens) to congeal and become trapped at the air filter.
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Bryant's ERV®

Fresh Outdoor Air

Is your home feeling stuffy? Do you wish you could open a window without losing energy efficiency and introducing outside contaminants? The Energy Recovery Ventilator (or ERV) is your solution.
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Bryant Evolution

Air Purifier

Compact and designed to fit work with almost any tight HVAC system installation, the Evolution Air Purifier by Bryant traps 95% of airborne particulates are they flow through your system, and eliminate them with the patented Captures & Kills® technology.
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Bryant CO Alarm

Peace of Mind

The Bryant Carbon Monoxide Alarm continously monitors your home's CO levels, emitting a clear, 85dB alarm when they reach dangerous level. It plugs into any standard electrical outlet and comes with a rechargeable lithium ion battery in the event of a power outage.

Start breathing better today.

If you are concerned about the indoor air quality in your home, Emerald Coast Air Conditioning can help. We offer systems such as the REME HALO® Air Purifier. It is a system that specializes in ridding homes of harmful pollutants, including airborne bacteria and viruses (such as COVID-19).

For more information about the air purifiers that we offer and other services that can improve your home’s indoor air quality, call us at (850) 417-7273.

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