The team at Pretty Cool A/C are the indoor air quality experts you need in the Mesquite, TX area. We've been in business for years helping the Dallas, Garland and Mesquite residents improve their indoor air quality at their home and in their businesses.
Air quality is a huge factor to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. If your indoor air is polluted that can lead to respiratory illnesses and could damage your well-being.
When it comes to indoor air, often times it's more polluted than outdoor air. Things like pet dander, bacteria, dust and even airborne pathogens can be circulating throughout your home.
Helps maintain efficient operation of your central heating and cooling system by reducing airborne particulates that can build up on the surface of the cooling coil.
Traps and destroys household odors rather than simply masking them with fragrance
UV Purification – Helps to deactivate airborne bacteria and viruses, and mold spores
Low power consumption – Only 30 Watts of power, and runs only when the system fan is operating
Lower airflow resistance than other media air cleaners with an equivalent amount of cleaning effectiveness.
We install and service whole home dehumidification systems for your business and home in the Mesquite area. Is your home too humid most of the time? If so you could probably benefit from a whole-home dehumidification system. We can install and service your new system.
We install and service whole home humidification systems for your business and home in the Mesquite area. Is your home too dry most of the time? If so you could probably benefit from a whole-home humidification system. We can install and service your new system, get in touch for your quote today.
Coil purifiers work with UV light without the use of harsh chemicals. These systems are specifically designed for use on cooling coils with air handlers - A/C or heat pumps.
UV air purifiers work to disinfect the air in your home, thus removing things like mold, bacteria, viruses and even odors. Usually they work with a powerful UV lamp that magnifies the disinfection power in the air stream, and the lamps only need to be changed every 3 years on average.
Energy Recovery Ventilation Systems work using two fans, which in turn create two air streams. The first draws in new outside air into a building, while the second draws out stale, polluted air. As the air streams travel through the ERV, heat and moisture are transferred — from the outgoing air stream to the incoming one in summer and vice versa in winter.
HRV systems work similarly to an ERV system. Depending on the climate where you live an ERV or an HRV will be the best installation choice for you. An HRV will work better if your home is too humid in the winter usually, and an ERV will work better if your home is usually too dry in the winter.