Air Purification Systems Make a Difference You Can Feel

Feeling comfortable in your home is about more than simply adjusting your thermostat. Temperature matters, but you won’t feel quite right if the air in your home is full of allergens, impurities, and germs. Thankfully, the indoor air quality experts at New Berlin Heating & Air Conditioning can recommend air purification solutions that work with your HVAC system to clear away these concerns before they affect your health, home, and comfort.

Options for Purifying Your Indoor Air

With the latest industry knowledge and years of experience, our team knows how to keep your indoor air clean, fresh, healthy, and comfortable. Trust us to install, maintain, or repair these effective systems:

  • Whole-Home Air Purifiers

    An air filter can catch some common pollutants, but an air purifier can remove up to 99 percent of all impurities.

    iWave Air PurifierFor example, the iWave Air Purifier is the perfect system to remove airborne contaminants of all kinds in your home—including COVID-19. In pathogen tests, these systems have proven to inactivate 99.4 percent of the COVID-19 virus in just 30 minutes. It’s a great way to get cleaner air today.

  • Energy Recovery Ventilators

    This ventilation system for homes and small businesses exchanges stagnant indoor air with fresh air from outside. It also adjusts the temperature and even humidity so that you aren’t wasting heating or cooling energy. These systems are the best solution for excessive condensation on your windows in wintertime.

  • UV Lights

    Mold, mildew, and other harmful microorganisms can thrive in the dark inner coils of heating and cooling units. Installing a UV light that emits an electrical charge (like a bug zapper) destroys them before they can make you sick or slow down your system.

Our Top 3 Air Quality FAQs

Even a home that appears spotless can have dirty air—a combination of dust, pet dander, pollen, mold spores, germs, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are the gases or fumes that come from household chemicals, new carpeting, paint, adhesives, cleaning products, cosmetics, and more.
If you use a standard one-inch air filter with your heating and cooling system, change it every month—or more often if you smoke, own pets, or have extra dust from home improvement or landscaping projects. If you’ve invested in a high-efficiency filter or media cartridge, it only needs to be cleaned or changed once or twice a year—usually at the beginning of the heating and cooling seasons. A filter change is included with our system maintenance agreements—or you can watch our step-by-step instructional videos to do it yourself.
Ideally, humidity should be between 30 and 45 percent in the wintertime, and between 50 and 60 percent in the summertime. Falling below that can mean itchy skin, dry eyes, and respiratory infections for you and cracked wood floors and furniture in your home. Too much humidity isn’t good either—you’ll feel sticky and uncomfortable, notice musty odors, and have issues with wood rot, mold, and mildew. Keep moisture balanced with a humidifier and dehumidifier from New Berlin Heating.

We Never Leave Your Comfort Up in the Air

Whether you need help with a furnace repair, boiler service, air conditioner replacement, or air quality products, New Berlin Heating has you covered with professional services that follow strict standards. We have a process for every procedure and are always prepared with the skills and tools needed to do the job right every time. There’s no guesswork here—we do things the Eaton Way for quality you can trust.


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