indoor air quality
Having a comfortable home goes way beyond temperature settings. The quality of air inside your house greatly affects your comfort and health. Tiny particles like mold, bacteria, and moisture can cause serious respiratory problems. Neel's Heating And Air offers a full line of products such as air purifiers and cleaners to help reduce concentrations of allergens and other contaminants in the air. These indoor air quality products help improve air circulation and balance humidity levels. Unlike many competitors’ products, our systems clean the air without producing ozone, a known lung irritant.
100% guaranteed customer satisfaction
feel the difference inside your home no matter what season comes your way.
Experience Clean Comfort
Rest assured your air is cleaner
Allergens. Mold and mildew. Odors and chemical vapors. These tiny particles (measured in microns) are all very common in homes. And they can cause all kinds of problems for you and your family. With the PureAirTM air puri cation system, you can breathe easier knowing that the harm you can’t see is virtually eliminated—leaving you with cleaner and more comfortable air.
Unmatched Purification and Filtration
Three classes of air contaminants exist in the home that adversely affect indoor air quality. Conventional systems available today only combat one or two classes, and often only in a single room. The PureAir system is designed to combat all three for comprehensive air puri cation.
- Particles (any substances measuring less than 100 microns** in diameter) Removes 99.9% of mold spores, pollen, dust and pet dander. Removes over 95% of ne particles absorbed by the lungs, including infectious airborne bacteria and smoke down to 0.3 micron.
- Bioaerosols and Microorganisms(microscopic living organisms that grow and reproduce in warm, humid places) Removes more than 90% of bioaerosols down to 0.01 micron, including airborne viruses such as MRSA, u and cold viruses.
- Odors/Chemical Vapors (air contaminants in the form of gases) Destroys volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and odors from sources such as cooking smells, pet odors, cleaning products, and fumes from carpeting or furniture solvents and paints.