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- IAQ Formaldehyde Testing
Test the air in your home for formaldehyde with suggestions of likely sources to reduce the impact of said sources. Price includes cost of sample examination and labor for 1 air sample formaldehyde test. We can perform up to 2 tests in a single trip. Pricing is $175 for formaldehyde. $150 for labor. Labor is not charged twice when performing 2 tests in a single visit. For additional tests please call or email to specify. Our air samples are examined by Prism Analytical Technologies Incorporated
- Existing Unit Service/Cleaning
General Servicing and cleaning of existing units. $125/hr for the first hour, $85/hr after with minimum 1 hr charge. A standard cleaning is usually 1 hour. We follow a detailed checklist to ensure your system is running at it's best.
- Radon Detector Rental
Rent our home radon detector for a week for only $50. Pick it up on location or pay to have it shipped. Maine residents only.
- Ventilate Right | Fresh Air Ventilation Systems LLC | Maine, USA
Learn more about the air quality inside your home According to the EPA , a fresh air ventilation system is essential to achieving healthy indoor air quality; especially in a tight, energy-efficient home. Breathing Issues Tight Buildings; Moisture, Mold and You My New Home has Bad Air Guide to Choosing an Air Exchanger How do I know what's in my Air? Energy efficient Radiant Flooring
- Dehumidifiers | Fresh Air
Hardware Store Dehumidifiers "Yeah I got one of those hardware store standalones. They work great for about 18 months and then crap out. I've been tallying my costs and after almost 4 years I'm coming up on the cost of a professional grade unit anyway. I should've just grabbed one of those in the first place." Time and time again we hear the same concept: I wanted to save money. A good thought, but as I am sure you're well aware: not always an easy thing to do. Buying a simple dehumidifier from the hardware depot will certainly save you some cash up front, but costs add up and you get what you pay for. If you're fed up with paying out for lesser goods, then consider a Santa Fe Dehumidifier. They recently merged Ultra-Aire into their line-up and their options for standalone or whole-house dehumidification are looking great. Santa Fe Made in the U.S.A. by the same folks who make top trusted commercial brands like Quest and Phoenix; Therma-Stor has been making top-of-the-line Santa Fe Ventilating Dehumidifiers since 1977. They also offer warranties that are unmatched in the industry. No other manufacturer comes close to matching it. After all, when you build a quality product, you’re not afraid to stand behind it. Ventilating Dehumidifiers...? Oh yeah, they exist. Taken directly from the manufacturer's website : "A whole house ventilating dehumidifier is a dehumidifier designed to work with the home’s HVAC system to bring in outdoor air, which improves air quality by diluting indoor contaminates, all while dehumidifying the entire home to maintain a set relative humidity (RH) level. Santa Fe is the only manufacturer to offer a complete line of whole house ventilating dehumidifiers that are energy efficient and offer superior MERV-13 filtration." While a common application in some areas of the U.S., you do not need to have a full HVAC system to take advantage of the benefits of fresh air. How do I get one? If you'd like us to deliver the unit, hang it and potentially run some duct work; you can fill out our dehumidifier estimate request or- if you're more of a DIYer -we can provide you with the unit, hanging kit and controller options from our office in Gray, ME. It's best to order a week or two in advance, due to CoViD supply isn't always immediate, though we do try to keep a few of the most common (Ultra70 ) in stock. Give us a call or order one directly from our online store if you prefer.
- Fresh Air Ventilation Systems LLC | Air Exchange Design & Installation
Is your house killing you? Learn more here Indoor air pollution? The Poisons in your home Finding solutions Help my home breathe Whole House Ventilation What Questions should I be asking? Seasonal Dehumidification Dealing with a moisture problem Next Steps Get a General Estimate ERV vs HRV It used to be different