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Indoor Air Quality


When it comes to your family and your home, we are sure you would go above and beyond to keep your family breathing the best air possible to stay healthy. According to CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission), "In the last several years, a growing body of scientific evidence has indicated that the air within homes and other buildings can be more seriously polluted than the outdoor air in even the largest and most industrialized cities." People often spend most of their time indoors, especially in the extreme Midwest heat and cold. Consequently, for many people, the health risks may be greater due to exposure to air pollution indoors than outdoors. Aside from bringing nature indoors through plants and keeping a clean home, homeowners can improve their indoor air quality by installing and maintaining an indoor air quality system.

Mold & Mildew

No homeowner wants mold and mildew in their home; however, some have it and they aren't even aware. Mold and mildew can lead to indoor pollution that can make you and your family sick. The spores from mold can get into the air and cause a lot of problems with the air in your home.

Home Renovations & Remodels

Paint, dust, debris, and chemicals all lower the quality of your home's air.

Smoke & Natural Gases

Along with cigarette smoke, fireplaces and stoves can also contribute to smoke in your home and poor indoor air quality. Natural gasses like radon and carbon monoxide can cause big problems as well and both gasses can lead to health issues.

 Family members sick more often

 Allergies & Asthma worse than normal


Indoor Air Quality Options

Have you noticed odors from your home, pets, kitchen or from your air conditioning system? Most people spend 90% of their time indoors. Help your home fight mold, germs, volatile organic compounds, odors, and reduce airborne particles by choosing one of the following air purification systems that best fits your needs.


  • Proven technology — over 200,000 installations
  • Validated to meet UL 867 ozone requirements
  • OEM approved
  • Actively clean the air throughout the whole house!
  • Reduce certain bacteria and viruses
  • Reduce odors, smoke, static electricity and particles
  • Maintenance free (iWave-R, iWave-C)
  • No replacement parts — total cost of ownership is less than other options
  • Self-cleaning design (iWave-R, iWave-C)
  • Installs in any air conditioning or heating system
  • UL and cUL approved

iWave reduces airborne particles and certain bacteria and viruses, odors, smoke and dust particles in the air through advanced technology. Taking care of these issues, delivering cleaner air for you and your family to enjoy.

Air Scrubber

Air Scrubber

An Air Scrubber is very similar to an iWave in that it uses technology to purify your home's air. The biggest difference is that the iWave uses ionic technology and the Air Scrubber uses UV lights. An air scrubber attaches directly to the ductwork of your HVAC system, a highly efficient way to purify the air in both homes and buildings. It removes air pollution, VOCs, surface contaminants, pet dander, odors and dust. It provides a cleaner, healthier and more efficient home. This low maintenance device uses proprietary light waves along with a specialized catalytic process to keep your home cleaner.

  • Actively clean the air throughout the whole house!
  • Reduce certain bacteria and viruses
  • Reduce odors, smoke, static electricity and particles
  • Reduce irritating particles for allergy and asthma sufferers
  • Extends the life of your HVAC system
  • Installs directly into ducted HVAC systems




REME HALO is effective against all types of indoor air pollutants, including several types of viruses, including COVID-19.

This state-of-the-art air purifier uses unique technology, called Reflective Electro Magnetic Energy (REME). In summary, this product is designed to replicate the natural process of hydrogen-peroxide molecules that purify the air in the great outdoors.

With the REME HALO, common allergy triggers from particulates such as pollen, dander and dust will be reduced.

  • Kills up to 99% of the bacteria and viruses found on surfaces and in the air.
  • Reduces sneeze germs by 99% in the time it takes a sneeze to reach three feet.
  • Diminishes airborne particulates like dust, pollen, allergens, dander, and microbes.
  • Decreases the frequency of asthma and allergy symptoms by eliminating harmful triggers.
  • Minimizes odors from pets, cooking, dirty socks, diaper pails, and musty rooms.
  • Easily integrates with your current HVAC system and operates quietly.
  • Makes for fresh and comfortable home conditions.

Whole Home Media Air Cleaners

Whole Home Media Air Cleaners were designed to maximize filtration, allowing your home comfort solution to make the air in your home cleaner and more comfortable.

Making your home environment ideal is more than just controlling the temperature. It's also managing humidity and ventilation, which can impact your comfort. Your home's air should be filtered and cleaned with limited volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and pollutants that can affect allergies. Home air quality products give you next-level comfort, so you can breathe cleaner air.

What It Does

  • Traps and Filters
    Reduces major pollutants, such as dust and pollen, from the air passing through your HVAC systems
  • Lasts Longer
    4" deep-pleat filters that perfectly fit the media cabinet maximize surface area and minimize filter changes


Types of Air Filtration Systems

There are different types of filtration systems for your home, Ace Air Heating and Cooling recommends getting a whole-home system that cleans the air continuously. There are four different kinds of whole-home air filtration systems: flat paneled, electronic, extended media, and ultraviolet. Call us today to discuss which type of filter best suits your family's needs, budget and lifestyle.

Flat Paneled Filters

Flat Paneled Filter

Flat filters are found in forced-air furnaces and consist of matted fiberglass. These filters should be changed monthly because they get congested with dust. Once they are clogged, the filter will allow all that dust and debris to be re-circulated back into your home and they stop being effective. When the tiny particles pass through your system not only can that cause health issues but it can also lead to HVAC system issues that can cause breakdowns.

Extended Media Filters

Rheem Whole Home Media Air Cleaner

An extended media filter is essentially a group of flat filters placed together. These filters are more effective and last longer than a flat filter. Extended media filters are installed into the ductwork of your home and must be done by a professional. They will need to be replaced annually.


Electronic Filters

Electronic Filter

Electronic filters, sometimes called electrostatic precipitators, use a high-voltage current to put an electrical charge on particles that magnetizes them. The other end of the unit is oppositely charged, which draws the particles to it and prevents them from leaving the filtration system. This kind of filter is also placed in the ductwork of your home and needs to be installed by a professional. The filter itself will never need to be replaced, but the aluminum collector plates should be cleaned every few months.

Ultraviolet Filters

Ultraviolet Filter

Ultraviolet filters are add-ons to the electronic filter. If someone in your household has a compromised immune system, this might be what you need to keep them well. UV filters kill bacteria and viruses in the air.



Why Advanced Filtration?

The quality of the indoor air in your home is critical to living a long, healthy life. So, it's important to make it as clean as possible.

What's in my air?

EPA studies show that even in the smoggiest cities, the air inside most modern homes is usually at least ten times more polluted than the air outside. Much of this problem is attributed to the way modern homes are built-for purposes of energy efficiency, and to be as air-tight as possible. The consequence is that stale air, laced with odors, chemicals, irritants and even minuscule insects, often becomes trapped in the home, where it circulates over and over.

What can happen?

Poor indoor air quality can lead to eye irritation, sinus congestion, sneezing, runny nose, stuffiness, colds, flu, headaches, dizziness, outbreaks of allergies and asthma, sore throats, and various other respiratory ailments. Air filters for your home or business's HVAC system can help mitigate those irritants so you and your family (or your employees and customers) can breathe cleaner air.

What's the solution?

Whole Home Media Air Cleaners provides advanced filtration solution for removing dust, pollen and pet dander, to make sure cleaner air is circulated to your entire home. Each cabinet includes one MERV 8 media filter that cleans the air in your home for up to a year.


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