Quality air in your home and workplace will lead to a healthier life
The quality of air you breathe inside both your home and your workplace is an important factor when it comes to comfort but it’s also critical for maintaining good health. Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) has been tied to symptoms like headaches, fatigue, trouble concentrating, and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat and lungs. Some diseases have even been linked to specific air contaminants or indoor environments, like asthma with dampness.
Our WestAIR professionals have the technical knowledge and experience to ensure that you and your family are breathing healthy air in your home throughout every season. We can install high quality air exchangers that continuously bring fresh, filtered outside air into your home or air cleaners that effectively trap particles to clean your existing air. Our whole house humidifiers will keep both you and your home from suffering the adverse effects of excessive dryness, whole home dehumidifiers that maintain the right amount of humidity in your home automatically, while setback thermostats and automatic zoning will ensure that your entire system runs efficiently, keeping your costs as low as possible.
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Providing complete heating, cooling and air quality systems to homes and businesses throughout the Twin Cities. In addition to scheduled service checks, repair of existing equipment, and installation of new equipment, we'll help you reduce your energy bills through a thorough cost-benefits analysis.
"Thank you for the speedy fix! It was greatly appreciated! I will definitely be passing on a great word about WestAir."– Melanie in Buffalo more testimonials
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