3225-C Industrial Way • Snellville • Georgia • 30039

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Spence Heating and air Conditioning

Living with Bad Air?

It's Time to Rid your Home, or Business of Bad Air.
Dust dancing all around you? Unsightly mold making you green? These contaminants inside your home aren’t just an esthetic issue; they are a major impact on air quality, and a home’s environment. Fortunately, industry-leading products like air purifiers and dehumidifiers, designed by Lennox™ work together with your heating and cooling system. This combination makes it possible to get rid of bad air permanently. Learn more about common indoor air quality issues and potential solutions.


Common Issues

The quality of your homes air is affected by 4 main issues.

  • Pollen particles
  • Pet Dander
  • Mold  & Bacteria
  • Odors & Chemicals
  • Temperature & Humidity Levels

Causes of Bad Air

Poor ventilation and the release of contaminants from different sources inside and outside the home are the main causes of bad air. High humidity can aggravate the problem, causing contaminants to multiply.

Impacts of Bad Air

Contaminants in your home’s air is a problem that has three main impacts:

  • Home–Air that’s dry can cause wood floor failure
  • Comfort–High humidity makes
    the air feel warmer
  • Health–Irritants like mold can cause dizziness, headaches, nasal congestion and fatigue, plus it can aggravate allergies and asthma.

Getting Rid of Bad Air
Improving the quality of your home’s air

Healthy Climate® attacks contaminants as they are circulated through your heating and cooling system

  • Humidity Control & Mold Prevention
  • Adequate Ventilation


Spence & Lennox has the answers
Q: Is air pollution only outdoors?
A: According the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air is two to five times more polluted than outside

More FAQ’s

Q: Are all air filters created equal?
A: Healthy Climate® air cleaners capture up to 95% of small particles—irritants standard disposable filters simply can’t stop
Q: How do I know my home’s air is unhealthy?
A: Musty odor, you may have a mold problem. Allergies flare up when you’re at home.


Polluted air isn't just stale air; it can be a serious health hazard. In some cases prolonged exposure to microbes, carbon monoxide and biological pollutants can cause severe illness. We sell, service, and install a variety of air quality and purification systems. Issues such as humidity control, and fresh air ventilation can be a factor to your overall health, Contact us for an air quality evaluation, you will breathe easier knowing your homes’ air quality results.