In Illinois, the harsh winter weather doesn't just affect you when you're outdoors-it can also make the indoor air unbearably dry. You'll want to consider a humidifier installation if the air in your home is so dry that:

  • It makes breathing painful.
  • It makes your skin feel dry and itchy.
  • It causes your wood furniture to crack.
  • It generates too much static electricity.
  • It creates cracks between your floorboards.

Schedule a humidifier installation at your home in the Frankfort, IL area. Call 708-465-8040 now.

Your HVAC system should be doing more than providing you with comfort.

Your health and family's health depend on the air quality in your home and is essential when choosing an HVAC company. H.A.S. Services provides a variety of options that can easily be incorporated into a new or existing HVAC system that affect the quality of the air in your home.

Air Scrubber by Aerus

This machine uses ActivePure® Technology originally developed in cooperation with NASA for use in the international space station. The Aerus Air Scrubber safely yet powerfully eliminates bacteria, viruses, and pathogens from your indoor air. The Air Scrubber easily attaches to your heating and cooling system, working in conjunction to produce and distribute healthy air throughout the home.

Electronic Air Cleaners

Electronic Air Cleaners

Electronic Air Cleaners are a superior alternative to a typical air filter while eliminating the need for filter replacement and require little maintenance to function optimally. Electronic air cleaners are a great addition to your heating and cooling (HVAC) system to maximize your comfort when concerns of indoor air quality issues are present. Electronic air cleaners use electrical charge in conjunction with a 3 stage filtration process to collect up to 99% of airborne particles which pass through your duct system.

Humidifiers

Humidifiers

Humidifiers work with your heating system to deliver desired humidity levels throughout your home. The indoor air comfort in your home relies on maintaining proper humidity levels during the cooler months. Moderate humidity levels make you feel warmer at lower temperatures, which means you can set your thermostat lower without sacrificing comfort.