If you are prone to seasonal allergies, live in a humid climate or simply want to improve ventilation in your home, a dehumidifier is a smart purchase. The right unit is not disruptive to your daily life and will make it harder for dust, mold and mildew to accumulate. Less humidity in your home will help food last longer, clothes dry faster and can even save you money by helping the air conditioner run more efficiently. Sizes range from small capacity humidifiers to whole-home models. SCR's experienced professionals will help you make the right decision for your home and budget.
When cold season is around the corner, a great way to ward off that dry, damaging winter air is to invest in a humidifier. Dry air can have wreak havoc on our respiratory systems, but humidifiers can relieve symptoms such as congestion, dry skin, nosebleeds and snoring. Avoid ill health, static electricity and even deteriorating furniture by calling SCR. We will help you find a humidifier, whether it's a small portable unit or a more controllable and efficient whole-home humidifier.
Nowadays, homes are focusing on energy-efficient ventilation systems. There is no doubt that cold Minnesota winters make it impractical to open windows for air circulation; this is why having other ventilation options is crucial. Without ventilation, pollutants can accumulate in your home, affecting the air quality and your health. If you're looking for a new unit or want to improve efficiency on an existing system, SCR will assess your individual needs so that your air stays healthy and fresh regardless of the season.
Air cleaners remove particles that you may not even realize are affecting you. Pet dander, dust mites and pollen are just a few examples of allergens that pollute indoor air. Choosing a new air cleaner is just as important as choosing maintenance for your current unit. SCR offers a professional opinion and unmatched service, so you can trust we will help you find the best solution for your air cleaning needs.
Did you know that UV light is an effective way to treat the air in your home? UV light systems can be installed into your existing HVAC system. Not only will a UV light system provide you with the highest quality air, but it will also help extend the life of your unit. Let our experienced HVAC professionals help you get the most out of your UV light system.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms
Because carbon monoxide (CO) can't be seen or smelled, your safety depends on a carbon monoxide alarm system. Furnaces and ovens that are fueled by natural gas pose a risk if they are not properly ventilated, which is why it's important to keep them constantly monitored. The lifetime of carbon monoxide alarms can vary. Depending on how old yours is, you may want to get it tested or even invest in a new one.