Indoor Air quality

Keep The Air You Breathe Clean.

Your Family

90% of our time is spend indoors. People that are most vulnerable to bad air quality are children, pregnant women, elderly, as well as those with heart and lung conditions.


Difficulty breathing, back and chest pain, eye and nose irritation, as well as worsening pre-existing health problems such as asthma, bronchitis, emphysema and heart disease are all symptoms of poor air quality.

Old Equipment Can Be Responsible for Poor Air Quality

Your home

The three main type of pollutants in your home are Biological pollutants from living organisms, Chemical pollutants, and Radiological pollutants.

A Plus Air Systems

A Plus Air Systems can analyze your home's air quality and help reduce all these harmful air pollutants right away. Contact us to learn more about our selection of air cleaners.

Clean Air Products

Furnace Filters

Furnace filters are crucial to clean circulating air as well as the durability of your furnace. A Plus Air Systems sells and installs all types of filters for your HVAC needs. 

Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV)

A Heating (or Energy) Recovery Ventilator provides your whole house with a solution for bringing fresh air indoors.By continuously exhausting stale air, you could decrease dust and allergens, reduce harmful gasses, as well as get rid of any odours.

Electronic Air Filters

Remove up to 99.98% of airbourne particles by installing a high efficiency air cleaner. We install Trane Clean Effects which catches particles so small that it is 8 times more effective than even the best HEPA room filters and up to 100 times more effective than a regular standard 1-inch filter.

Central Humidifiers

The air quality can be both cold and very dry in the winter. Don’t let this air  follow you indoors. A humidifier works by providing the right amount of moisture in your home and keeping it that way regardless of outside conditions. Optimal humidity means comfortable living and can alleviate any allergy symptoms you might be feeling. In Ontario, ideal indoor relative humidity levels are 35% in the winter and around 50% in the summer. Call A Plus Air to find out a system that is best for the size of your home.