It is cold here in Northampton, Pennsylvania, and we are keeping our homes closed tight to keep the heat in. However, a tightly sealed house doesn’t allow for good ventilation, and pet dander, pollutants, and other contaminants in the air have the potential to trigger asthma and allergy attacks. A solution to improving the air quality in your home is to install ventilators and air purifiers, so you and your family can have a healthy winter season.

Air Purifiers and Cleaners

One of the most effective solutions to eliminate germs, bacteria, virus, and other harmful pathogens from your home is to install an air filtration and purification system. Installed directly in line with your existing HVAC system, our air purifiers with the patented Captures and Kills technology, traps a large percentage of harmful pathogens. Then, an electrical charge is used to kill the pathogens or render them inactive. Your home will be healthier with an air cleaner system.

Whole-Home Ventilators

The air inside a tightly closed house can become quite stale and feel stuffy. While it is tempting to open up the doors and windows to allow fresh air in, this is not the best solution for energy efficiency, as you are releasing heat from inside.

The better solution is to add an energy recovery ventilator system. These systems are mounted directly into your existing ductwork, and vent stale air while allowing fresh preconditioned air to enter your home.


Forced air heating warms your home, but it also lowers the humidity levels. When your eyes, nasal passages, and skin begin to feel excessively dry, this means the humidity levels are too low, making you feel uncomfortable.

In addition, low humidity levels create static electricity, which may harm sensitive electronics. Humidifiers control the level of moisture in your home to keep you comfortable. Don’t suffer from poor indoor air quality this winter; add air purifiers, ventilators, and humidifiers for optimum home comfort.

To improve the air quality of your home with air purifiers and ventilators, call our team at Sullivan Oil & Propane at (610) 810-3992 today.

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