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Air Quality

Our Moyer HVAC specialists have seen many changes over the years with air cleaning technology. While most work through filtration, there are other systems that work well, depending on your needs. Poor air quality in your home can cause serious health problems so selecting the right system is important.

High Efficiency Air Filters / Cleaners

According to the EPA, indoor air pollution is one of the top five environmental health risks. Indoor air can contain matter such as smoke, pollen, dust and particles associated with tiny organisms like mold, dust mites, bacteria and viruses.

To help keep your home safe, maintain good air quality and keep your heating and cooling system working efficiently, regular air filter changes are very important.

All air filters are not the same. They are rated on the MERV system that ranges from 1 – 30 so it is important to select the right filter for your system. Our Moyer technicians will check and test your systems to determine the appropriate MERV rating for your home needs. Balancing your indoor air quality needs with your system’s airflow for top efficiency is not only important, it’s essential.

There are many high efficiency air filters on the market today. Installing the wrong filter for your system can result in damaged equipment and wasted energy. Before you decide, be sure to check with the Moyer Indoor | Outdoor team. They can select the right MERV density and match the type of filter – pleated, high efficiency, fiber with your HVAC system to keep your equipment running efficiently and your indoor air safe and healthy.

Ultraviolet Cleaning Systems

This technology delivers the most powerful, efficient and economical air cleaning on the market today. It has been used in hospitals and the food industry for years and is now available for home use. Moyer technicians can help you select the correct system for your needs. UV systems can be installed in the ducts of heating and ventilating systems and are especially useful when used near cooling coils and drain pans of air conditioning systems. We’ll be glad to inspect your current system or recommend a new system that delivers clean air throughout your home.

Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers

The right amount of moisture in your home is a delicate balance so determining which device will be most helpful and practical requires a trained professional. Too much humidity can promote the growth of dust mites and mold. Low humidity can cause adverse health effects such as respiratory distress.

Our Moyer technician will evaluate your space, your location, your air quality and your existing equipment to find the perfect equipment for your needs.

Most units and accessory options need annual checkups, similar to your heating or cooling system, so be sure to ask about Moyer’s annual maintenance plans, designed to keep your equipment in top performing condition all year round.