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YOUR INDOOR AIR...
Today's homes are often sealed tightly to conserve energy. The problem is, they can seal in pollutants
too. Mold, pollen, bacteria and other undesirables pervade virtually all indoor air. The U.S. EPA ranks indoor
air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health. Even air that's simply too dry or too humid
can cause problems.
a solution to many indoor air quality problems. A way to improve the air in your home. A way to enhance your comfort
and peace of mind...
TRAP airbourne particles with
Whole-house Air Cleaner
OF AIRBORNE PARTICLES ARE INVISIBLE TO THE NAKED EYE***
Indoor air quality can often be more polluted than the air outdoors. What can you do?
One important element of an overall strategy to improve air quality is to filter the air in your home with a whole-house air
cleaner. It filters impurities from the air that passes through it.
MOISTURIZE parched air with a
Warm dry air acts like
a giant sponge, soaking up moisture from everything it touches. Taking a toll on your families skin and health.
Your home can suffer too. Parched, thristy air literally sucks the moisture out of your home's woodwork and
furnishings, leaving them cracked or dried out.
ZAP airbourne germs with an
Ultraviolet Air Treatment System
Bacteria and mold spores are nasty. You
wash, wipe and clean, but they can still blow through the air in your home every time your heating and cooling system's
fan runs. That is not all. Your air conditioner's moist cooling coils can serve as an ideal breeding ground
for mold, a known allergen.
There is help: an Enviracaire Elite Ultraviolet Air Treatment System.
Install the Perfect
Air Ventilation System
The United States Environmental
Protection Agency has listed indoor air quality as one of five top environmental issues. If your home is tightly sealed
for energy efficiency, you could be sharing space with unsavory guests such as dust, dander, smoke, plant spores, pollen and
more. Plus, your home's carbon dioxoide level could be two to six times higher than the outside air, making you
feel sluggish, uncomfortable, and sleepy. The heart of the Perfect Window is a heat transfer core that transfers heating
or cooling energy from outgoing to incoming airstreams.
Inside your home, a Perfect Window ventilation system
can be connected with your heating and cooling system, or it can be a stand alone system. Your configuration depends
on your home and personal needs. For example, you may choose to exhaust stale air from the kitchen, utility rooms, or
bathrooms (eliminating the need for noisy ventilation fans) while directing fresh air to bedrooms and living areas.
The unit itself is installed in conditioned spaces such as basements, utility rooms or closets.
Install a Honeywell Zoning System
Every home has a least two zones, the living area and the sleeping area,
which are rarely used at the same time. Then, there is upstairs and downstairs, rooms that are used a lot (such as a family
room), and rooms that may not be used often (such as a formal dining room or bonus rooms above a garage). And, of course,
someone in the family likes it warm while someone else likes it cool. Zoning makes it possible for everyone to be comfortable.
A Honeywell Zoning System uses dampers in your ductwork that open and close as needed based on each zone's thermostat
settings. When a zone doesn't need to be heated or cooled, the dampers close to save energy and maximize comfort
elsewhere. It's that simple.
Zoning Savings Quickly Add Up
Annual Fuel Cost Savings in 1 Year 5 Years
Install a Carbon Monoxide Monitor and Alarm
-reliable detection technology against a silent killer
- Meets underwriter's laboratories standards
- Loud 85 decibel horn warns of presence of carbon monoxide
- Low battery warning
saving design extends battery life to more than one year under normal use
- Warnings "beeps" notifies you of mechancial failure
- "Test/reset" button tests all the alarm functions
- Installs quickly on wall or ceiling
protection even when household electricity fails