Breathe Easier with Indoor Air Quality Services & Products

Today’s energy efficient homes and offices are more tightly sealed to reduce dependence on heating and cooling equipment. Unfortunately, those tight seals can also create an environment that traps pollutants such as dust, dander, pollen and more inside, creating indoor air quality concerns. The Environmental Protection Agency says indoor air today is often far more polluted than outdoor air, giving rise to the need for solutions to help people breathe easier indoors.

As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, Ful-Bro Heating and Air Conditioning is happy to help our customers improve their air they breathe. We offer a variety of solutions to improve indoor air quality and have the technical expertise necessary to help troubleshoot air quality issues in your home or office.

Air Purifiers

If you’re prone to allergies, air cleaners can greatly improve your quality of life. They eliminate or reduce dust, mold, pollen and other allergens from the indoor environment. An air purification system such as a high-efficiency particulate air filter, commonly called a HEPA filter, can reduce the number of allergens in the air.

We recommend using the GPS-2400. To learn more, download the brochure here.



A certain amount of outdoor air needs to enter your home to create a healthy indoor air environment. Ventilators facilitate this while ensuring the air brought inside is cleaned and heating or cooling energy is transferred to maintain efficiency.

Air Humidifiers

Low humidity in your home can result in dry skin, lips, nasal passages and throats. Air humidifiers add moisture to reduce the effects of dryness. Humidifiers are especially important in the wintertime when heaters are in operation and air tends to be drier already. Central humidifiers can be built into your HVAC system to treat the whole home.

If it’s time to breathe a bit easier at home or in the office, just reach out to Ful-Bro Heating and Air Conditioning today. Our NATE-certified technicians are here to help address your indoor air quality concerns.

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