Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality systems, work with your home comfort system to make your indoor air as clean and comfortable as it can possibly be. When your home’s air is clean, your family can breathe and feel better.

Common air quality issues

Dust and pet dander are top causes of sniffling, sneezing and poor indoor air quality. But you may be surprised to discover other factors that could be affecting your home’s air—and your health.

Allergens

Dust buildup can make breathing miserable for anyone who spends much time inside their home.

Household Chemicals

New carpets may feel good under your feet, but they can give off chemical vapors that contaminate your home’s air.

Humidity Imbalances

Humid air is not good for your family’s health—or comfort. Air that’s too dry causes problems, too.

Stale Air

The tight construction of today’s homes is great for saving energy, but can also have the unwanted side effect of sealing in stale air.

Bacteria, Mold & Germs

Germs are a class of contaminants that includes bacteria, molds, mildew, viruses and other microorganisms

Home Odors

A healthy house should smell like one. That means no lingering cooking fumes caused by poor ventilation or musty smells from mold or mildew buildup.

Ozone

Ozone is a form of oxygen. In the earth’s stratosphere, it helps to block potentially harmful ultraviolet radiation from reaching the ground. However, at lower levels in the atmosphere—the air we breathe—it’s a product of pollution and can be dangerous.
Enjoy healthier air and the peace of mind it brings with the PureAir™ S, the latest in PureAir™ technology that combats all three classes of indoor air pollutants and communicates with your iComfort® S30.

A single solution for allergens, germs and more
PureAir™ S Air Purification

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