Gelinas is committed to helping homeowners and businesses create the best indoor environment for you and your family using air and surface cleaning technology. Our products and equipment were developed for NASA, and are now available for installation and use in homes and businesses. Our systems don’t just purify – they remove bacteria and viruses!
Breathing quality indoor air is critical for good health. Americans spend the majority of our of time indoors—either in our home, at the office or in other types of buildings – where contagions, gases, chemicals and other pollutants can cause headaches, eye irritation, allergies and fatigue.
“Indoor air can be as much as 100 times more polluted
than outside air.”
~Environmental Protection Agency
Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) intensifies many illnesses, including autoimmune disorders, respiratory diseases, heart disease and cancer, and can be severely debilitating or even fatal. Indoor air quality also drastically impacts the spread of disease, viruses and bacteria.
“50% of all illnesses are either caused by or aggravated by
polluted indoor air.”
~American College of Allergists
Dirt and biological growth inside your heating and cooling system can aggravate asthma, allergies, and other health issues, as well as promote illnesses. Your system will also be more taxed, leading to higher energy bills and maintenance needs.
At Gelinas HVAC, safety and comfort is our business. Beyond our traditional HVAC services, we also offer an array of indoor air quality products. Some are installed, fixed units, while others offer plug-in portability and self-setup.
Our technology can capture and destroy dangerous viruses and clean your home’s air fast and efficiently! Keep your family comfortable and safe with one of our Indoor Air Quality systems:
Take charge of your health! For cleaner, fresher, healthier air – let us give you a FREE indoor air quality test and a quote on one of our air quality systems. Remember, we offer Zero-Downpayement, Zero-Intereset, 60-Month Financing – Learn More
According to the EPA, Americans spend as much as 90% of their time indoors, and recommends, “it is prudent to try to improve the indoor air quality in your home even if symptoms are not noticeable.”
When we think about breathing in harmful pollutants, we often think about those found outside – in our air, ground and water. Indoor air quality, however, is just as vital to our everyday lives and health. The pollutants found inside should concern us just as much, if not more, because we tend to spend more time indoors. Our indoor air quality testing is FREE!