Indoor Air Quality

Today, indoor air can be more polluted than outdoor air. With advanced construction and renovation techniques, homes are tighter and more efficient. But air-tight homes can trap airborne microorganisms and microscopic debris. This leads to an increase in allergies, sinus infections and respiratory illnesses.

Children, seniors and people with weakened respiratory systems are most vulnerable to the effects of poor indoor air quality.

With good quality products and an understanding of your family’s needs, Sea Breeze Air Systems will strive to make your home’s indoor air as comfortable and safe as possible.

Sea Breeze Air Systems Inc. can analyze your indoor air quality and recommend several measures to improve it:

High quality, clean filters – Depending upon your individual lifestyle, you’ll need to change your filter often enough to remove particulates, including dust, pollen, dust mites, pet hair and pet and human dander.
If there are allergies in the household, a specially-made filter can cut down on microscopic particles and irritants. We can supply you with any size or type of filter system: hepa, media, pleated, expandable, or electronic.

Germicidal ultraviolet light – Airborne germs including bacteria and viruses, and mold spores that reproduce in warm, humid environments can be reduced by installing a germicidal ultraviolet light in your heating and cooling system.





Odor reduction plate – Air conditioning systems can circulate odors throughout the home.  Pet odors, cooking and tobacco smells, scents from cleaning products, paint, hobby supplies, and even perfumes can spread quickly with the aid of the air system. Installing an odor reduction plate can remove the odors and their volatile organic compounds that can trigger allergic reactions, headaches, nasal congestion and even fatigue.