Serving Milton, Georgetown, Oakville, Burlington, and Surrounding Areas
Indoor air can sometimes be more polluted than outdoor air. You may find that your home has smells, dust, allergens, and other air contaminants that negatively affect your health and comfort. At HVAC Link, we have the solutions you need to improve indoor air quality. That includes residential, industrial, and commercial HEPA filters and other air purifier options.
How do you know that you need an air purifier? Few people realize how many problems air purification and ventilation can solve for them. If you have allergies then air purification can help. If you deal with unpleasant odours in your home or mold and mildew, air purification can help. Dust, bacteria, viruses and other concerning air pollutants can also be removed with proper air purification.
We can assess your indoor air quality and help you target the contaminants that you’re concerned about. Our expert staff will walk you through your indoor air quality options and ensure you have the right solution for your specific concerns.
A HEPA filter can remove allergens from the air and help reduce your symptoms when you’re in the house. Otherwise, if you bring in allergens they may have nowhere to go in your home and will end up sharing your living space with you.
HEPA filters are meant for HEPA air purifiers. You will need to change out your residential or commercial HEPA filter on a regular schedule. We can do this for you or let you know how it’s done and create a schedule to follow for DIY replacement.
We offer warranties on our selection of air purifiers. Contact us to get more details.
We offer financing on air purifiers. Reach out to discuss your options.
UV solutions or "Ultraviolet solutions" an indoor quality option that uses UV lights to kill viruses, mould, fungi and bacteria that can be found in your home or on your HVAC systems. A UV lamp is retrofitted onto your furnace or air conditioner ducts. As the air passes through these ducts the UV lamp will kill any viruses, mould, fungi or bacteria that is found before the air is able to enter into your home’s atmosphere.
Want to learn more about UV solutions and how they can help improve your indoor air quality. Contact us today!