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(609) 923-0909
Toll-Free: (856) 533-0755

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Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
24-Hour Emergency Services & After-Hours Appointments Available


Why do we as consumers value drinking purified water but not value breathing purified air?

Improving Your Indoor Air Quality

Bennett Heating & Cooling offers air filtration and purification solutions, along with humidification and dehumidification systems to help those who suffer from heavy allergies, dry or stale heat, or damp basements that need to be properly addressed.  A good question to ask yourself is why as consumers do most people value the need to drink purified water but not breathe purified air?  Call us today in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, to receive a free estimate on any of our indoor air quality systems today.


Air Cleaners & Purification Systems

Electronic Air Cleaners & HEPA Air Purification Systems

A typical one-inch furnace filter is designed to keep lint off your indoor system coil so that it runs efficiently. If you want to trap smaller airborne particles, such as mold spores, pet dander, and dust, you'll need a higher efficiency filter. Whole house air cleaners are installed in your heating and air conditioning system and capture particles from throughout your home as they pass through the ductwork.


Ultraviolet Air Treatments

The UV system destroys up to 87% of airborne bacteria as it travels through your heating and air conditioning system. This powerful UV technology has been used for years to help clean the air in hospitals and labs and is now available for your home. Tests have shown an 87% kill rate of Serratia Marcescens bacteria in a clean metal 12" x 25" duct at an airflow rate of 2,000 CFM using new lamps. Additionally, it continuously emits UV energy that inactivates airborne bacteria as they pass by the lamp.

Humidifiers

People need a certain level of humidity to be comfortable. In the winter, indoor humidity can be extremely low and the lack of humidity can dry out your skin, mucous membranes, and even cause nosebleeds. Low humidity also makes the air feel colder than it actually is. With humidifiers running on very little electricity, the use of a whole house humidifier in the winter will not only make you much more comfortable but also keep your heating bills lower as well.