Improve Your Indoor Air Quality in Camden County, GA

It’s not enough to have hot air blowing in the winter and cool air blowing in the summer—the forced air in your home needs to be fresh and clean, too! The next time you call Sam Pickren Air Conditioning & Heating to service your furnace or air conditioner in Camden County, GA, make sure to ask about how we can potentially improve the quality of your home’s forced air.
We offer installation, maintenance and repair of air purifiers, ventilators, humidifiers and more, to help control all of the different variables that may be affecting the quality of your forced air. Our full scope of product options includes:

Indoor Air Quality

  • Air purifiers:Your HVAC system pulls air from inside the house via the return air duct. This air is sent through a filter before it enters your HVAC system. This air purifier filters microscopic particles from the air before it is sent into the rest of your home – something traditional filters simply cannot do. The effectiveness of an air cleaner is measured with a MERV rating. The Infinity Air Purifier is rated at Merv 16.
  • Ventilators: An energy recovery ventilator is truly a piece of art. These are referred to as Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) and Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV). A ventilator is able to take outside air and exchange it with stale inside air, while transferring the heat energy and humidity. It’s like opening a window without having a heavy impact on your utility bills. It is a great way to keep fresh air inside your home.
  • Whole house dehumidifier: A whole house dehumidifier can remove that summer humidity which keeps you more comfortable, and also saves on the air conditioning bill because properly humidified air feels cooler. Air that is too humid feels hot and sticky, causing you to run the A/C more. An air conditioning system does perform some dehumidification, but not always enough to cut it during a Georgia summer.
  • Whole house humidifiers:Georgia isn’t really known for dry weather…in fact, usually we’re trying to escape the summer humidity! However, our winter season can still bring in some pretty dry weather, which can cause dry skin and raised heating bills. Why? Because dry air feels colder. A whole house humidifier not only makes your home healthier and more comfortable, it helps save energy.
  • Steam humidifier:If you have a larger home or want to ensure consistent levels of humidity for the comfort of your family and the care of your furnishings, this steam humidifier may be your best choice. It generates steam by energizing two electrodes. Current flowing between the electrodes causes water to turn to steam, which is delivered into the duct by a patented dispersion tube.

In addition to retailing and servicing the products listed above, we also provide evaluative air testing, to help you determine the quality of your forced air. Moreover, we can help you out with little things that can make a big difference, such as dryer or vent cleaning to remove excess lint!

For more information about how we can take your home’s air quality to a new level of excellence, give us a call today at 912-882-3495.