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Your comfort isn’t complete without good indoor air.

Our air quality services ensure your total comfort.

Get the right – custom – indoor air quality solution. Start with our air quality services.

Is your home too damp or too dry? Are allergies or respiratory problems worsening? Concerned about viruses and other biological contaminants? All of the above? Whatever ails the air you breathe – and live in – Comfort Zone’s indoor air quality services are designed to customize the right solution.

One of our indoor air quality specialists will evaluate what’s going on in your home and then sit down with you to discuss your best options. We’re here to help you select the right solution for your needs and budget. Then we’ll install it for optimal performance, so you can breathe easy.


We also offer these other indoor air quality solutions for comfort and health:

AIR FILTRATION SYSTEMS – Ideal for improving ventilation. Learn more.
AIR PURIFIERS – Prevents airborne particles from recirculating into the home. Learn more.
DEHUMIDIFIERS – Maintains proper humidity level in damp homes. Learn more.
HUMIDIFIERS – Restores comfortable humidity in dry homes. Learn more.
UV AIR PURIFIERS – Kills molds, bacteria, and other biological contaminants. Learn more.

for the Ultimate in
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FIRST UNIT: $169/year
FIRST UNIT: $89/year


Membership in the Comfort Club pays for itself with just one service call and one repair.

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Whatever brand and type of heating and cooling equipment you have, you can count on us for service done right.

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September 30, 2024

Twelve years is a long time.

And that’s how long the warranty is on Daikin equipment. Then, we offer our own Comfort Zone warranty on labor, which can also be as long as 12 years.

Daikin, a global leader in indoor comfort, has one of the best warranties in the industry. Because Comfort Zone is a certified Daikin Comfort Pro, our customers get to take advantage of this exceptionally long warranty and enjoy the extra peace of mind that comes with Daikin indoor comfort systems.

Contact us for more information on equipment and labor warranties.


Indoor Air Quality FAQ

What can I do right now to fix the air quality in my home?

The two major types of indoor air quality problems are poor humidity control and airborne contaminants. There are things you can do to make immediate, but slight to modest, improvements to air quality.

For high humidity, portable or room dehumidifiers can provide some relief. For low humidity (uncomfortably dry air), you would use room humidifiers.

For airborne contaminants, you can start by removing any known sources, such as cleaners and solvents that are not meant for indoor or household use. You should also be vigilant about changing dirty HVAC filters.

Again, these steps can provide some improvement, but they are unlikely to completely correct indoor air quality problems. For that, we recommend having the situation in your home evaluated by one of our indoor air quality specialists, who can determine the particular problems and recommend the indoor air quality solutions that are best for your situation.

Which type of air cleaner is best for my home?

That largely depends on the types of pollutants in your home. For common allergens, such as pet dander, dust, and mold, HEPA filters can work incredibly well. If the problem is gasses or smoke from outdoor or indoor sources, we recommend using an electronic air purifier.

Our air quality services can determine the types and severity of the problems in your home and recommend the solutions that will work best for you.

How does the air quality outside affect the air in my home?

Regardless of how well a house is sealed, outdoor air will make its way inside. So, if you have a strong source of pollutants near your home, such as a busy highway or an airport, you are more likely to have indoor air quality issues. An air filtration system can effectively prevent these pollutants from circulating throughout your home. Comfort Zone’s indoor air quality specialists can help you choose the right system.