Indoor air can be 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air. Every cubic foot of air breathed can contain millions of microscopic contaminants like mold spores, dust mite debris and pollen. In small amounts, they can make your home uncomfortable. Larger amounts can cause sickness, triggering allergy symptoms and even asthma.
We can help improve your home’s indoor air quality with add-ons for your heating and air system like the proven Trane CleanEffects:
- Removes up to 99.98% of particles and allergens from filtered air
- An industry-leading clean air delivery rate of 1,200.
- Low Operating Costs
- Easy to clean filters and simple to read cleaning indicators.
Did You Know..?
New studies by Environmental Health & Engineering and Harvard School of Public Health show that the installation of Trane CleanEffects reduces dust accumulation in the home by 50%, meaning healthier air for you. Household dust has been shown to be a major source of exposure to fungi, dust mite debris and even roach and rodent waste!
Installing Trane CleanEffects, a whole-house air cleaner, in your home may help reduce the risk of asthma attack, stroke, heart attack and other serious illnesses as part of an overall prevention plan. Really!
The Do’s of Healthy, Clean Air
Install an air cleaner just ahead of the heating and cooling equipment. This can remove a portion of airborne pollutants each time air is pulled into the return air ducts, filtering and neutralizing contaminants in the air.
Control indoor humidity levels to minimize unhealthy airborne pollutants. No matter the season, too little moisture can make for an uncomfortable environment. And, too much can make your home a breeding ground for mildew, mites and mold.
Sterilize pollutants, minimize damage. Ultra-Violet Treatment Systems sterilize airborne pathogens with UV Treatment Systems stopping contaminants like mold, mildew, bacteria and viruses before they start.
Bring the outdoors in! Replace some of your indoor air with fresh outdoor air. Energy-efficient ERV and HRV ventilation systems replace indoor air with outdoor air while keeping most of the energy used to heat or cool the air being exhausted.