Improve the Indoor Air Quality in Your Racine Home
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), residential indoor air quality (IAQ) is one of the top five environmental risks to public health. In fact, research shows that indoor air may be up to 100 times more polluted than the air outside. At Foreman-Slaasted Heating & Air Conditioning, we take those stats seriously. That’s why we offer a full line of IAQ solutions that will help protect the air in your Racine, Kenosha, or Oak Creek home—call us today at 262-634-8344.
Find the Air Quality System for Your Southeastern Wisconsin Home
Our experts specialize in installing, repairing, and maintaining indoor air quality solutions, including:
- Whole-House Air Purification Systems: As part of your heating and cooling systems, air purifiers are designed to capture and kill airborne contaminants down to one micron in size. These units can also reduce allergies and airborne illnesses in your home. They are 40 times more effective than a standard furnace filter.
- Humidifiers: The ideal range of humidity is between 35 and 50 percent. Humidifiers add moisture to the air, making your house feel warmer, eliminating statics, reducing dry skin and nosebleeds, and preventing warping wood.
- Dehumidifiers: These products remove excess moisture from your indoor air. They enable you to feel cool and comfortable in your home, even with your thermostat set at a higher temperature.
- Ultraviolet (UV) Lights: UV lights are proven to help kill the growth of bacteria and mold on your air conditioner coil, as well as prevent them from circulating through the house. They can also enhance indoor airflow and keep systems running efficiently.
- Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs): ERVs can balance the extremes in outdoor temperature and humidity, operating as both an exhaust fan and a fresh air supply fan. It results in ideal humidity and ventilation to protect your home and windows year-round.
- Zone Control: Adjust the temperature in various parts of your home with a zoning system. Each area of the house can have its own thermostat, letting you set the temperature for that area and reduce hot or cold spots. It helps you be more comfortable throughout your house while you save money on energy bills.