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Clean, Healthy Air for Your Home

Indoor air carries potentially harmful contaminants like bacteria, viruses, pollen, and mold spores. We have solutions to help make your home's air healthier, safer, and more comfortable—pure and simple.

Indoor Air Quality Solutions

Choose from our full array of indoor air-quality solutions to keep your home's air healthy and safe while adding value to your HVAC system.

Air Purification
Learn how our air purification systems work with your HVAC to scrub allergens and contaminants from the air you breathe.
Humidity Control
Our whole-home humidifiers and de-humidifiers can balance humidity so you're more comfortable and save money on your energy bills during extreme weather months.
Proper ventilation is critical for clearing indoor allergens and odors from your home. With available Energy Recovery Ventilation and Heat Recovery Ventilation systems, you'll feel the fresh-air difference of Sila's quiet, efficient home ventilation systems.
Air Filters
Keeping the weather outside can mean keeping contaminants inside. Sila's advanced air filtration systems minimize dust, pollen, and other irritants that can aggravate allergy and respiratory conditions. Time to clear the air? Sila is there.
UV Air Purifiers
Sila's UV air purification systems can destroy 99% of airborne microorganisms such as germs, bacteria, viruses and mold. Contact us to learn how we can sanitize your home and improve the overall quality of your air with a state-of-the-art UV air purification system.
Carbon Monoxide Alarms
Fireplaces, natural gas furnaces, water heaters, stoves, and enclosed car emissions are all potential sources of carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless, and lethal gas. Count on Sila for expert placement and installation of carbon monoxide alarms throughout your home.

Indoor Air Quality Offers

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Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I get a new Carbon Monoxide detector? 

Many carbon monoxide detectors have a lifespan between 5 to 7 years.

How often should I change my HVAC air filter? 

Manufacturers recommended 1-inch filters be replaced every 30 days. Five-inch filters can be replaced 1 to 2 times per year. These recommendations can vary based on factors such as pets living in the home, how frequently a system is running, and whether windows are left open.

Can a humidifier make me sick?

Possibly, yes. Some humidifiers can do more harm than good — dispersing unwanted germs and microorganisms from water tanks into indoor air. Known as humidifier fever, tiny bacteria, fungi, and amebas that develop in the moist environment of a humidifier can cause a sudden onset of fever, muscle aches, pains and shortness of breath.

A whole-home humidifier is built to remedy your entire home’s dry air needs without risk of spreading contaminants or over-humidifying.