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Indoor Air Quality

The primary job of your air conditioning and heating system is to manage your indoor air quality. Dust, chemicals, mold, and volatile organic compounds can build on the surfaces of your home and create unhealthy conditions, causing you continual health problems. If untreated, harmful air pollutants can reach dangerous levels inside your home. Those with respiratory illness or suppressed immune systems, the elderly, and small children are particularly affected by poor indoor air quality.

Excessive dust in your home or a musty smell coming from your system are common indicators you may have poor indoor air quality.

Our indoor air quality specialist can perform an air evaluation on your entire home or business and recommend solutions to give you clean, healthy indoor air.



Air filtration is one of the best ways to reduce indoor contaminants. Our high-efficiency air filtration systems work with your air conditioning and heating system to reduce harmful air pollution throughout your entire home or office. Dust, dirt, pollen, and mold spores stand no chance against our top-of-the-line filters that stop even the smallest particles. As a bonus, our air filtration systems also keep your air conditioning and heating system clean and running efficiently.


Improper humidification levels in your air can cause problems for your home and your health. Cold weather causes the humidity in your home to drop, making your indoor air dry and uncomfortable. Shrinking and cracking in your furniture, floors, or wood trim or a build-up of static electricity indicate that your humidity levels are too low. Poor humidity can also cause health problems such as dry sinuses, frequent coughing, and cracked lips.

If you’re experiencing these symptoms of low humidity, let our air specialist diagnose and treat your indoor air. Our whole-house humidification systems work with your home’s heating and air conditioning to automatically add humidity to your indoor air. The levels are fully adjustable, ensuring that you get the precise amount of humidity you need to stay comfortable and happy. You’ll also save money on your electric bill!


As low humidity levels create problems for your home, so do humidity levels that are too high. Our hot summers bring intense heat and overwhelming humidity that can make your indoor air sticky and uncomfortable, especially in rooms such as basements or bathrooms. High humidity can be seen in the presence of mold, mildew, or musty smells in your home.

Our whole-house dehumidifier works with your home’s heating and air conditioning system to automatically remove the extra humidity in your home. It quietly keeps your air comfortable and protects your home and health from the effects of high humidity. Let our expert air specialists give your home the perfect indoor air no matter how it feels outside!


Ultraviolet lights protect your health by killing organisms in your air such as mold spores, viruses, and bacteria. They also sanitize your indoor air to help stop the spread of cold and flu viruses. UV lights are highly recommended for those with a chronic illness, the immune-suppressed, and homes with children or elderly residents.

Our specialists can install whole-home ultraviolet lights in your home’s air conditioning and heating system that work 24 hours to clean and sanitize your indoor air. If you want indoor air that’s healthy and clean, call us today to discuss how our UV light system can help!

Many of our customers have turned to indoor air quality products to stop indoor air pollution and give them perfect indoor comfort. By installing our air quality solutions into your air conditioning and heating system, you can guarantee that your entire home has high-quality and clean indoor air. Let our indoor air quality contractors make your home a healthier and safer place to live today!

Contact Sun Coast Energy and our indoor air quality specialists at 251-250-1527.