We habitually associate comfort in our homes with air conditioning in the summer and a heater in the winter. Insulation, ventilation, heating and cooling; these are all standard factors. However, while an optimal temperature is ideal, it is not the only component in creating the perfect living conditions in our homes. Air conditioning is great on a hot day, but what about allergens in the air? What about removing moisture in the air during periods of high humidity? Electric heaters or HVAC unit will keep you warm but it also over dries the air, what then? Imagine, fresh air without having to open a window!

Air Exchanger

It’s essential that every new building constructed or room, residential or commercial, enlarged by 50% or more of its surface area should have a heat-recovery air exchanger installed. These systems work keeps a constant transfer of sending stale indoor air outside in exchange for the cool, outdoor fresh air that is then heated and dispersed through air ducts. There is more to a comfortable new home than just heating and cooling. The process of an air exchanger improves the ambient air, living conditions, and your general health.

Check with our professionals about installing an air exchanger unit in older homes when needed.


An air exchanger:

  • improves air quality in a simple and constant manner;
  • keeps a constant exchange of sending stale indoor air out and bringing fresh air into your home, without needing to open a window;
  • removes surplus humidity and moisture, eliminating condensation problems and development of mold;
  • gets rid of air pollutants (like formaldehyde) emitted by some materials and furniture pieces and airborne microbes;
  • gets rid of foul odours in your home.

Two types of air exchanger are available:

  • heat recovery ventilator (HRV);
  • energy recovery ventilator (ERV).

Both are energy efficient as they work to partly warm incoming cool air. The second, you’ll find, dries the air less in your home, leaving optimal measures of moisture and providing top comfort.

What type of unit for air exchange is best?

Are you unsure about what type of air exchanger unit is best suited to your new or current home? How much moisture is too much? We would be happy to provide you with all the information necessary to help you make an informed choice related to your individual preferences and specific heating and cooling system. Large or small, we are happy to answer all of your questions.

Speak with our specialists in-store or call us to find out more information on the range of cost-efficient models, filters, and accessories that we carry! We have suitable solutions for new homes, as well as older homes.

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Air Purifier

Improving the air of any room in your home, air purifiers work to:

  • reduce respiratory problems and allergy symptoms;
  • decreases the risk of viral and microbial infections;
  • neutralizes undesirable odours in homes.

A superior air purifier and filter creates optimal living conditions, eradicating the following health concerns by 95%:

  • dust;
  • tobacco smoke;
  • pollen;
  • animal particles;
  • dust mites;
  • mold spores;
  • bacteria;
  • odours;
  • chemical products;
  • and more.

Central or portable air purifier?

Why opt for one of our central air purifiers in your new or current home? You will find our cost-efficient standard systems:

  • are efficient in all of the rooms of your home, making use of existing HVAC air ducts;
  • don’t produce ozone, which irritate the bronchial tubes;
  • are fitted with a filter that lasts up to 12 months, needing little maintenance;
  • have a very high clean air delivery rate (CADR) – the CADR is the measurement unit for air purifier efficiency.
Speak with our specialists in person or get in touch by phone to learn more about our products; we value great customer service and welcome your questions!

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Amaircare Airwash Whisper 675


When heating new and older homes (electric unit, HVAC or otherwise), indoor air generally becomes too dry in the winter, with the humidity rate dropping below 30%. This is an uncomfortable amount of dehydration and more than a small inconvenience. The humidifier performs the role of removing humidity from the air to an optimal level, which serves to:

  • reduces a range of symptoms related to a lack of humidity in the air such as dry skin, mucous and respiratory irritation;
  • soothe skin redness and itchy eyes, problems caused by arid air;
  • maintain body moisture;
  • make the body less sensitive to viruses;
  • eliminate static electricity;
  • decrease energy consumption in homes.

Central Humidifier or portable humidifier?

Why opt for a central humidifier unit? Because our systems:

  • uniformly humidify all rooms of the house because they are installed on the existing HVAC system;
  • allow you to precisely and automatically control humidity level with operating options;
  • needs very little water;
  • are easy to maintain;
  • have a stainless-steel reservoir and a self-cleaning function.
With our Canadian climates, we all need a little help maintaining the humidity in our homes, while heating during the cold winter months. Come and check out our home solutions.

Please consult with our specialists about cost or products in person or get in touch by phone!