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Indoor air quality...A risk you can do something about.

Portland area homes are built to be energy-(and therefore cost)-efficient by holding heat in during the winter time and keeping heat out during the summer. Indoor pollutants such as household cleaning and maintenance products, personal care products, hobby or home improvement activities and pet dander contribute to poor indoor air quality. And outdoor pollutants such as pesticides, pollen, lead and other pollutants may be tracked into the home by people or pets. These are all common sources of indoor air pollution. Please contact us if indoor air quality is a concern to you and you would like more information on the Air Scrubber Plus, or the LifeBreath systems!


This is a Lifebreath Certified company

If you have a child w
Lifebreath indoor air systems, Lifebreath Indoor Air Quality solutionsith asthma or are sensitive to allergies you know how important it is to have clean indoor air, it can make all the difference in the world.  But did you also know that exposure to radon in the home is responsible for ~ 20,000 lung cancer death each year?  And that mold exposure can lead to respiratory complaints, asthma and allergic reaction?

Asthma – About 23 million people, including 6.8 million children, have asthma and 12 million people report having an asthma attack in the past year.  Asthma accounts for nearly 17 million physician office and hospital visits, and nearly 2 million emergency department visits each year.

Radon – Radon is a cancer causing natural radioactive gas that you can’t see, smell or taste.  Its presence in your home can pose a danger to your family’s health. Radon is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer in America and claims about 20,000 lives annually. It is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers.

Molds – Nearly all chronic sinus infection (afflicting 37 million Americans) are a result of molds. A 300% increase in the asthm
a rate over the past 20 years has been linked to molds.

That is why indoor air quality is a growing concern for every home and business. 

We are pleased to offer you LifeBreath, the leading supplier of indoor air treatments including the turbulent flow precipitator, heat recovery ventilator and the clean air furnace.

Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRVs)LIfebreath Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV) provide Indoor Air Quality
The compact, electrically - powered Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV) move stale, contaminated, warm air from inside the house to outdoors. At the same time they draw fresh oxygen-laden air from outside and distribute it throughout the house. Stale, polluted air is constantly being replaced by an equal quantity of fresh clean air.

As the two air streams pass through the unit they do not mix. They pass on either side of an aluminum heat-exchange core which transfers heat from the outgoing air to the incoming air. The efficiency of the Lifebreath HRVs are so great that virtually none of the warmth collected from your home
is lost to the outside. In summer, the HRV's work in reverse - removing heat from the incoming air and transferring it to the outgoing air, to keep your home cool and fresh.

Lifebreath TFP Air Cleaner
Lifebreath is also the originator of a revolutionary new whole house air cleaner. The
Lifebreath Turbulent Flow Precipitator (TFP) In-home Air Cleaner gives the kind of performance needed to maintain excellent Lifebreath TFP Air Cleaner. Lifebreath revolutionizes whole house air cleaners. Lifebreath Turbulent Flow Precipitator (TFP) home air cleaners provide exceptions indoor air quality. Lifebreath TFP air cleaners are good for small businesses as well. Indoor Air Quality.

It removes close to 99.97% of particles such as pollen, fungus spores, dust, animal dander and dirt; removes some bacteria; and even removes a large proportion of particles as small as one tenth of a micron - only visible in an electron microscope. And it does this continuously, day after day, year after year.

The LifeBreath TFP In-home Air Cleaner is available in whole house and portable models.

TFP + Hepa = long lasting 99.97% clean air

  • Revolutionizing home air cleaning, combining two particle capture technologies to ensure clean, healthy air throughout your home
  • It allows air to circulate freely without putting any extra load on your air distribution system.
  • The TFP removes 99.97% of health-threatening particles from the air in your home.
  • And has the lowest maintenance requirements of any air cleaner available. Check-up required only once a year.
  • The Hepa filter replacement only required every 3 years. Operating continuously at maximum efficiency with minimum maintenance.
  • Unlike electronic air cleaners the Lifebreath TFP does not generate any poisonous ozone which can damage your lungs.


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We also cover the Oregon Coast including Astoria, Seaside, and Cannon Beach area and east including the Hood River and Dalles area.

In Washington we cover all of Clark County, including Vancouver, Longview, Camus, Washugal, Stevenson, White Salmon and all of the Columbia Gorge.