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Comfort in your home is just as important as your Indoor Air Quality in SWFL. Time and time again we hear about air being hard to breathe in, allergy triggering and causing itch all over. One Way Air has many solutions to combat dirty and potentially moldy air due to high humidity in SWFL. We’ve heard about sneezing habits every time the air conditioning system comes on and your air conditioning filter getting black as night within a week. Take one step at a time toward breathing freely with our air quality solutions.


How often are you changing your indoor air return filters? Is your air conditioning filter black and full of dust in less than a months time? Your duct work and air conditioner can contain many contaminates that can lead to dusty and grubby air flow. One Way Air has in house fixes and the proper machinery to tackle these jobs and get your indoor air quality back up to par!


Southwest Florida is known for its beauty, great weather and breath taking sunsets. In the world of homeownership it is also known for its high humidity index. Due to the high humidity index and moisture it is very common to deal with mold spores, bacteria and other unwanted contaminates in your Air conditioning system. One Way Airs whole home purification systems to directly reduce airborne problems. From FDA Class 2 medical devices to the fighter molecules that continuously clean the air circulated in your HVAC and duct system. These purification systems eliminate can also keep your air conditioning coil clean while purifying the air you breathe.

Indoor Air Quality

Frequently Asked Questions
HEPA filter stands of High-Efficiency Particulate Absorbing filter. It’s made up of a fine mesh that traps the likes of harmful air particles that can trigger allergic reactions or respiratory problems to people.
The Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) rating is a measurement tool by HVAC engineers in order to gauge the effectiveness of air filters.
According to the EPA, there are currently no standardsfor this.
Certainly, since air cleaners are able to remove small airborne particles and contaminants such as viruses in restricted spaces. 
Ionizers have the ability to remove small particles in the form of smoke that is suspended in the air. Ion generators can charge the particles in a room that will make them latch to floorings, curtains, and walls. Ozone generators produce a gas called ozone, which is an irritant for the lungs. 

When combined, ionizers and other ozone-generating air cleaners must be used with caution so as to prevent producing high levels of lung irritants that may become detrimental to human health.