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Air Purification

How to Stop Those Sniffles, Itchy Eyes, and Other Cold & Allergy Symptoms.

Indoor air, on average, is up to twice as polluted as the air outdoors. Kind of scary to think that the worst air you breathe is inside your own home? Well now, GBT Heating & Cooling can help you breathe a whole lot easier with these and other indoor air quality solutions:

  • Whole-House Air Filter: Installed inside your ductwork, the filter traps more than 99% of dust, dirt, and other pollutants that attempt to pass through it while your heating or cooling system in in operation. Cleaner air will help keep your heating and cooling systems cleaner, too, and that means fewer repairs, longer system lifespan, and reduced energy costs.  Click here to read more about Accu Clean, a top-of-the-line air filter from American Standard, and one expertly installed by GBT Heating & Cooling.

  • Ultraviolet (UV) Lamps: UV air purifiers keep mold spores from reproducing. They also prevent mold under your sink, in your shower, underneath carpets and in other places with lots of moisture. Preventing mold protects your home and furniture from damage. It also helps reduce asthma or allergy symptoms. UV air cleaners can also kill viruses and bacteria. A UV lamp can help keep your family healthy during cold and flu season. It can even help get rid of dust mites. It’s one of the most effective methods to keep small organisms from lowering indoor air quality.

Whole-House Humidifier | Whole-House Dehumidifier

Yes, even relative humidity has an impact on air quality, just as it does outdoors. A whole-house humidifier, for example, adds moisture to your air during the winter when your furnace, left to its own devices, dries out your sinuses, skin, hair, wood and more…and generally can help make your life miserable.  During the summer, older AC systems lose their ability to remove excess humidity from your home.  Once again, GBT Heating & Cooling has the answer:  a whole-house dehumidifier to help enhance indoor comfort while reducing energy costs.

Contact the indoor air quality specialists today at GBT Heating & Cooling, and let us tell you how we can help. Frankly, we’ll think you’ll be amazed.

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