Installed as a part of a forced-air heating and cooling system, can help remove pollen, mold and mildew, dust mites, bacteria and viruses. The large, efficient filters mean that maintenance is typically limited to once a year. In addition, the filters help protect your heating and cooling equipment from dust accumulation that can lead to inefficient operation and early failure.
Help maintain a healthy and comfortable moisture balance in the home’s air, regardless of the season. During wet and rainy seasons, a whole-house dehumidifier dries the air; during dry seasons, a humidifier adds moisture. All units are built right into the heating and cooling system and serve the entire house, not just one or two rooms.
If your home is well-sealed and insulated, it may inadvertently trap air pollutants generated by building materials, furnishings, cooking, and even cleaning products. Home ventilation systems exchange stale, polluted air for fresh outside air at recommended rates without wasting the energy.
Attic temperatures can reach over 150 degrees in the summer without proper ventilation. Trapped attic heat and moisture work together to cause numerous problems including higher electric bills, mold breakouts and the deterioration of your home. Attic Breeze solar attic fans offer the perfect solution to these problems by continuously removing heat and moisture buildup throughout the day. Using only the power of the sun to cool your attic, Attic Breeze fans help reduce your electric bills, eliminate moisture and extend the life of your A/C unit.
Lennox iComfort S30 Smart Thermostat’s “Smart Away Mode” uses the GPS on your mobile phone to detect when you come and go, adjusting temperatures accordingly. The “Feels Like Temperature” feature takes into account the temperature and humidity to help make your home feel exactly the way you want it to. Our “Allergen Defender” automatically turns the fan on to clean your home’s air when outdoor pollen levels are high.
Are not only convenient, they are a proven way to save up to 30 percent of your heating and cooling energy costs. Zone controls allow you to adjust the temperature of various areas within your home from a control panel that operates dampers in your forced-air heating and/or cooling system. They also help lower your energy bills by enabling you to heat or cool only the zones that you are using.