Enjoy Clean Air in Your Home

Solving Indoor Air Quality Problems

Sahara Dust 

Once inhaled, this dust can irritate a person's airways and cause respiratory issues — especially if that person suffers from an underlying airway or bronchial disease, such as asthma or COPD

Mold & Odors 

As mold grows, spores, cells, fragments, and unstable organic compounds can enter the air. They can produce allergens, irritants, and mycotoxins. Some of these can be toxic, especially to individuals who have a sensitivity to them.


 Most often, the human occupants of a home or workplace are the source of infectious diseases. A key step to reducing the spread of disease through indoor air is to practice healthy behavior as well as provide healthy ventilation.  

Air Filters  

Reduce airborne and bacterial transmission as well as HVAC maintenance.

UV for Air Purification Products

Although a filter will help clean the air inside your home, airborne biological and chemical contaminants are so fine that they will pass through even the most efficient filters, such as sand in a tennis racket. In these cases, a UV air purifier becomes the only solution.