Poor air quality in a home isn’t just an issue in congested cities. Even in areas like Minneapolis-St. Paul, you may be faced with poor indoor air quality. This can pose a serious health risk from pollutants and dust. Blue Ox Heating and Air Conditioning can improve the quality of your indoor air for reduction of dust, removal of pollutants and allergy prevention. We can assist you in choosing the best product and installing it. We want to help all our customers breathe easier indoors as they can in the clean outdoor air of Minnesota.
A centralized system can reach all the areas of your home to treat the air. While individual units only work in the room where they are located, the whole-home system will clean the air throughout your house. You have several options on how you can improve air quality to reduce allergies and respiratory conditions.
Whole Home Humidifiers
A whole home humidifier will provide humidity to the air in your house. Dry air can make respiratory issues worse. With this type of system, it works with your duct system instead of needing individual units placed in multiple rooms. The system delivers moist air to every room in the house, so you can breathe easier.
In-home Air Exchangers
Indoor air can become stale and consist of dust, mold and bacteria when fresh air isn’t allowed in. An Air Exchange Ventilator can improve the air quality in a house by reducing the harmful elements inside. They work with whatever HVAC system you currently have.
Home Air Purifiers
An air purifier can remove almost all of the pollutants in your home. This type of system uses UV light air purification and HEPA air filters for 99 percent removal. It works to prevent bacteria, mold, toxins and other pollutants from taking over and protecting your home. Blue Ox works with you to find the best system.
Whole Home Dehumidifiers
While air that is too dry can be harmful, air which is too moist can also cause health issues. A dehumidifier will make you more comfortable and reduce the presence of allergens which need moist air to survive and spread.
We measure your air and ensure you need the dehumidifier to meet your air needs. We’ll answer any questions about the system and how it works.
Did you know that an average home generates 40 pounds of dust each year? Dust circulates through your home multiple times each day along with other contaminants. Air ducts need to be cleaned regularly to ensure the air is cleaner for your home and lungs. Regular duct cleaning also enhances the efficiency of your heating and cooling system.