Call on the Indoor Air Quality specialists from Sam's Comfort Heating & Cooling Inc. for a healthier, more comfortable home in Wixom, MI and surrounding areas.  Our NATE-certified, fully licensed technicians analyze the indoor environment to pinpoint issues and create a customized strategy for improvement.

Trustworthy Indoor Air Quality Solutions

We offer a wide range of Indoor Air Quality accessories which accommodate the majority of HVAC systems, deliver whole-home effectiveness, and resolve almost any issue.  All installation projects are handled without delay, disruption, or damage. With affordable pricing, Sam's Comfort Heating & Cooling Inc. makes it easy to breathe with complete confidence.

Sam's Comfort Heating & Cooling Inc. partners with leading manufacturers to offer top quality Indoor Air Quality solutions, including:

  • Whole-home Humidifiers – The combination of dry winter air and necessary heating creates overly dry air, leaving you susceptible to a range of health issues, static shock, damage to wood furnishings, and higher thermostat settings.  Steam-style, Bypass and Fan-Powered Humidifiers maintain optimum relative humidity in all sizes of homes, enhancing health and comfort while also helping to trim energy usage.
  • Dehumidifiers – By combating excessive moisture, dehumidifiers optimize comfort and allow higher thermostat settings, recovering the investment in lower monthly bills.  Eliminating that sticky feeling, preventing mold and mildew growth, and discouraging dust mites, dehumidification protects against a wide range of health related issues, prevents damage to furniture, and helps you feel more productive throughout your day.
  • UV Lamps – Ultraviolet light is a silent, natural, and effective defense against both airborne and surface microbial growth.  With silent operation, this innovative air quality accessory targets bacteria, yeast, mold, and viruses, protecting the air you breathe as well as the integrity of HVAC equipment.  Preventing the growth of contaminants on cooling coils, in ductwork, and within the condensate drain, UV lamps keep heating and cooling equipment operating at peak efficiency and capacity.