Dehumidifiers offer many benefits. If you suffer from allergies, have poor ventilation in your home or are affected by a moist climate, a dehumidifier will make your life more enjoyable. Dehumidifiers improve air quality by making it harder for mildew and other allergens to accumulate. Having a dehumidifier will improve your daily life in other ways: pantry items will last longer and it can even help your air conditioner run more efficiently. The experienced professions at Mechanical Energy Systems will help you choose the right dehumidifier for your home, whether it's a small-capacity unit or a whole-home model.
Dry air can have damaging effects on our health and our home, especially in the winter. Investing in a humidifier will prevent dry air from affecting your health and your daily life. Did you know that dry air can cause static electricity, dry skin, and even snoring? Reduce these and other annoyances with a humidifier. With the help of our knowledgeable staff, choosing your unit is easy.
Don't spend winters cooped up with stuffy air; your deserve fresh, clean air year-round. This is why ventilation is so important, especially with the Minnesota weather. If you need a new unit or want to have your ventilation system checked, serviced or replaced, call Mechanical Energy Systems. We will make sure your system is running at peak performance and that your air stays clear from pollutants.
What you can't see can hurt you. Allergens such as pet dander, dust and pollen are a few of many unseen particles that are lurking in your air. Air cleaners reduce these pollutants, improving the air quality of your home. Whether you need a new unit or are looking for maintenance, let us find you the best solution for your fresh air needs.
UV Lamps are a new, efficient way to treat the air in your home. They can be installed directly into your existing HVAC system, and can even help extend the lifespan of your unit. Our professionals are here to answer any questions you might have about UV lamps. We guarantee you will be satisfied with our UV lamp services.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms
Monitoring your home for carbon monoxide (CO) gas should not be worrisome. Talk to Mechanical Energy Systems about your carbon monoxide alarms- you may be surprised at what you didn't know. Since the lifetime of these alarms can vary, it is important to have them tested and keep them working efficiently. You may decided to buy a new one altogether. No matter what service you're looking for, we are here to help you find the best solution for your home.