Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is the air quality within and around your home. Air Quality is known to affect the health, comfort and well-being of the people living within the home. Indoor Air Quality can be a major problem for homeowners, but understanding and controlling common pollutants can reduce your risk of air quality concerns. DelFera provides various products that can remove dangerous contaminants from the air. Whether your main concerns are cooking fumes and pet odors or pollen and dust mites, we will help you find the right product to make your indoor air safe and breathable. Call us today to learn more about our indoor air quality products and professional heating and cooling services.
According to the EPA, poor indoor air quality (IAQ) is among the top five environmental risks and is usually at least ten times more polluted than the outdoor air. Pollutants in your home’s air can cause dizziness and headaches, and may aggravate allergies and trigger asthmas. DelFera brings you an array of air purification products designed to improve air quality. Components and systems we are proud to sell, install and service include:
Protect your family from the effects of over-dry air.If in the wintertime your experiencing dry nose, painful static shocks, cracked itchy skin, aggravated allergy or asthma symptoms consider installing a whole home humidifier to add additional moisture to your home.
Air scrubber attaches directly to the HVAC system ductwork to remove air pollution, VOCs, surface contaminants, pet dander, odors and dust. It can kill viruses and bacteria in the air and on surfaces in your home.
UV light kill microscopic germs including bacteria, viruses, certain allergens and airborne mold spores. They can also kill mold growing on or in your heating and cooling system.
Improving the air in your home is easy with a Media Air Cleaner. Designed to fit any central heating system, the Media Air Cleaner can make the air in your home cleaner and more comfortable. It traps and filters – Reduces major pollutants, such as dust and pollen, from the air passing through your heating and cooling systems.