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Whole-House HEPA Filtration 

Biological Contaminants


Dust mites
BacteriaAnimal Dander

Chemical Contaminants
Cleaning ProductsSolvents
Aerosol ProductsPaints
SmokePest Control Products

Combustion Sources
Tobacco ProductsWood Burning Fireplaces
Gas DryersFuel-Burning Heating Equipment
Building Materials
Asbestos InsulationFormaldehyde From pressed wood products
CarpetMoisture Produced in new construction

Why choose HEPA Filtration?
Indoor air quality is important to human health because we spend over 80% of our time indoors.  Tight insulation, too much humidity, and other factors can lead to unhealthy air in your home or workplace which can cause health problems for you and your family.
Contaminated air which once escaped through cracks around windows and doors is now trapped inside because of the tighter insulated and built homes.  HEPA Filtration removes 99.97% of airborne particulates down to .3 microns.

How Big is a Micron?

HEPA removes particles down to 0.3 microns.  You might be wondering how big that actually is and what the TRUE HEPA Filter can remove. 

Here are some sizes (in microns) of some airborne particles that you could be breathing in:

  • Human Hair - 50 -150 microns
  • Household Dust and Lint - .01 - 100 microns
  • Pollen - 10 - 110 microns
  • Mold - 1 - 50 microns
  • Pet Dander - .01 - 1 microns
  • Tobacco Smoke/soot - .01 - 1 microns
  • Viruses/Bacteria - .001-10 microns

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Safeguard Your Home Against Indoor Air Pollution

Step 1: Toxic Clean Up

  • Don't smoke indoors
  • Limit chemicals used for cleaning purposes
  • Wash bedding/linens in hot water to kill dust mites
  • Keep pets outside

Different types of pollutants that might be found in your home (see tables to the right):

  • Biological Contaminants
  • Chemical Contaminants
  • Combustion Sources
  • Building Materials

Step 2: Better Ventilation
Improve indoor air quality with better ventilation in the areas of the home where moisture, smoke and steam occur.
Bathrooms - Kitchens - Laundry - Rooms with Fireplaces
Today's energy efficient construction methods or Energy Recovery Ventilator is an ideal choice to bring in a continuous supply of fresh, filtered air into your home while expelling stale air.


  • Brings a continuous supply of fresh, filtered outside air into home
  • Exhausts environmental contaminants for improved air quality
  • Saves energy by recovering heat from exhaust air in winter
  • Cools incoming air in the summer
  • Controls excess humidity

Step 3: Clean and Filter The Air

Whole House HEPA Filtration is 99.97% effective. This compact unit is designed to clean the volume of air in the home once an hour. Mold spores, pet dander, cooking odors, dust, dust mites and their by-products are all captured in a series of three filters (Pre-Filter,Carbon filter, True HEPA).