You can often determine the air quality in your home based on the health of your family. If any of the people living in your home suffer frequently from congestion, stuffy nose, watery, and itchy eyes, or nose bleeds, you could likely benefit from the installation of indoor air quality products from Plumbline.
Our HVAC design specialists are experienced in the installation of many high-quality products that can improve the air quality in your home. We can install the following indoor air quality products in your home:
Steam electrode humidifiers provide precise, evenly-distributed moisture throughout your entire home by adding steam to the air flowing in your ductwork.
Known to kill 99% of germs and viruses, REME UV Lights are successful in reducing or eliminating airborne contaminants related to smoke, pets, cooking, paint, chemicals, trash odors, musty or stale smells, mold spores, and formaldehyde.
Bypass humidifiers add necessary moisture to the air that's passing through your ductwork, and they require a furnace fan to be running to function properly.
Media air filters clean the air by capturing both microscopic particles (dust and smoke) and larger contaminants (mold spores and pet dander).
Fan-powered humidifiers work like a bypass humidifier but can run independently of your HVAC system as they have their own fan. This type of humidifier will automatically monitor the dryness of your home and run water only when needed, saving you thousands of gallons of water a year.
Our exceptional customer service, high-quality craftsmanship, and years of industry experience are just a few of the reasons why Denver homeowners choose Plumbline for their air quality testing needs. We’re committed to doing everything we can to ensure the job is done correctly and that you are 100% satisfied. Our work is also backed by some of the best warranties and guarantees in the industry:
You won’t have to wait around all day—we’ll call you when your HVAC Care Specialist is 20 or 30 minutes away. You'll also get an email with a picture and bio of the Heating Repair Specialist coming to your home.
Once your heating repair technician arrives, he or she will diagnose what’s wrong with your heater or furnace and will give you repair options and price estimates for you to approve before any work begins.
Sit back and relax as your trained HVAC Care Professional fixes the heating problem correctly the first time.
After the job, you'll get a call from a Client Care Representative who will make sure you're 100% satisfied with your heating service from start to finish. Your feedback matters to us.
"We purchased a furnace, air-conditioner, humidifier and had our ducts all sealed with Plumbline and we couldn't be happier with your service and amazing team!"