Indoor Air Quality
Excellent in Indoor Air Quality Services.
In the time we live in, it's more important to protect yourself from air pollutants and contaminants than ever before. At Moeller Furnace & Air, your safety is important to us. We have the products and technical expertise to help you and your family breathe cleaner, healthier air year-round.
For over 110 years, homeowners in central Iowa have trusted us with their home comfort needs, and we pride ourselves on going above and beyond for everyone we serve. Call today for indoor air quality service and find out why customers have been coming back to us for over a century.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the air we breathe indoors is seven times more polluted than outdoor air. Dust mites, mold spores, bacteria, allergens, and airborne viruses can cause harm to you and your family.
Poor Air Quality can lead to the following symptoms and conditions:
Asthma and other respiratory illnesses
Dryness and skin irritation
Damaged floors, windows, furniture, and other items
This system provides continuous fresh air exchange while expelling polluted air and replacing it with healthier air 24/7. Humidity control is especially important for today's well-sealed home. You'll capture virtually all dust and harmful micro-particles. Reduces allergy and asthma symptoms and recurring colds.
Since small, microscopic particles may slip through your mesh air filters, you might need to pair the filtration system with an air purifier that uses ionization to scrub the air of smoke, chemicals, pollutions, viruses, and other molecules.
These systems have many benefits to help keep your home climates comfortable year-round. They help prevent itchy skin and static shocks, they help keep your humidity levels even throughout your home. Whole-home humidifiers also come with state-of-the-art controls for ease of operation and maintenance.
Using mechanical air filters is the simplest way to stop unwanted particles from entering the air of your living space. They work by catching large and small contaminates before entering your ductwork and spreading them throughout your home.