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Indoor Air Quality & Repair

Indoor air quality ranks anywhere from two to five times worse than the outside, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Dust, pollen, biological growth, household chemical vapors, and other indoor air pollutants can create respiratory illnesses, like asthma, especially in children. Partner with a One Hour indoor air quality expert to create a healthy home atmosphere.

Install MicroPower Guard®

Standard, store-bought filters only block about 50% of airborne irritants—irritants that aggravate and even cause respiratory illnesses. Rather than accept that limited protection, choose our exclusive electronic air filter, the MicroPower Guard®—which pulls 97% of particles from the air. Bring out an HVAC expert to install a One Hour MicroPower Guard® today.

Install OxyQuantum® UV Air Cleaner

Airborne bacteria spread through your ductwork, meaning more than just direct contact with a contagious person can infect you. Since bacteria isn’t a particulate, no filter can capture or block it.  Instead, partner with One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning to install the OxyQuantum® UV Air Cleaner, which eradicates bacteria with the power of UV light.

Zoning for Maximum Home Comfort

Zoning is the process of creating multiple climate zones in your home for maximum comfort and temperature control. Done by creating a more sophisticated system of duct work, home zoning is similar to dual climate control in cars. Our heating and cooling experts specialize in making your home as comfortable and efficient as possible.

Get MicroPower Guard and make your air healthy.

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