Whole-Home Air Filtration
Filter dust, bacteria, and dander while reducing the wear and tear on your HVAC system with a Media Filter.
Most homeowners are familiar with the one-inch filter inside of their return grill that should be changed every month. But what they don’t know is that those filters put pressure on their fan, and aren’t the most effective way to filter particulates out of the air circulating your home. Media filters attach directly to your furnace or air handler where they filter viruses and bacteria before they enter your home. They have a larger surface area than standard filters, which means they are able to collect finer particles while putting less pressure on your system’s fan. Media filters can also save you money, because they last six months to a year, are easier on your system, and keep your ducts clean of dust and debris.
Whole-Home Air Purifier
Get instant relief by eliminating allergens and odors with a Whole-Home Air Purifier.
Most homeowners address odors in their home with fragrances that may actually harm indoor air quality. Rather than simply covering the smell of dirty air, Whole-Home Air Purifiers are installed in your supply air duct where they eliminate odors, gases, and VOCs. At John Moore, we offer two different types of Whole-Home Air Purifiers: active and passive. The passive Whole-Home Air Purifier we offer uses activated carbon cells to neutralize particulates in the air as they flow through your duct work. The active Whole-Home Air Purifier oxidizes your home’s air and actively seeks to eliminate impurities. You will instantly recognize the difference with each purifier, and our John Moore IAQ technician can help you choose the best purifier for your lifestyle and needs.
UV Light Disinfection
Prevent mold, mildew, and other bacteria from growing near your cooling coil.
One common area where bacteria grows in your home is your electric HVAC system. If you have an electric HVAC system, you should use UV light to continually disinfect your cooling coil. Electric HVAC systems use an air handler that contains both the cooling coil and the fan inside one unit. Although this is more compact, it creates an ideal environment for bacteria such as mold and mildew to grow. If you smell a musty odor or we notice mildew during our inspection, we will offer to clean out your system and recommend that you have a UV light installed to keep your air handler disinfected and your air free of bacteria.
Air Duct Cleaning
Completely clean the dust, dander, and debris built up in your ducts over the years.
There are three telltale signs that you should have your ducts cleaned: if you notice dust and dander built up on your air return registers (the little rectangular grills on your ceiling or walls throughout your home); if we find mildew or mold in your HVAC system; or if you find rodents living in your duct work or attic. Our TACL licensed air duct cleaners at John Moore use a duct-cleaning checklist to ensure we clean and sanitize our customer’s ducts as effectively as possible. This includes using an endoscope to inspect every inch of your duct work, a roto-brush to gather the dust and debris to bring outside, and a sanitizing system to completely clean your ducts. John Moore also has a pest-control department just in case we need to get rid of any rodents living in and around your HVAC system.