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The quality of the air that you breathe in your home or business is just as important as having the perfect air temperature. Oak Electric offers various solutions that are designed to help keep indoor air quality healthy and clean.

When used in conjunction with your Lennox furnace and air conditioner, these products can help ensure the air you breathe has fewer allergens and contaminants.

Some common air quality concerns include:

  • Allergens
  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
  • Mold
  • Germs
  • Household Chemicals
  • Humidity Imbalances
  • Odors
  • Ozone
  • Stale Air

Germicidal UV Light Installation – Home or Business

Germicidal UV Lights: Use UV light to control and kill many contaminants.

UV Germicidal Lights, often called UV Light Sanitizers, reduce pollutants from indoor air. These UV germ lights use intense ultraviolet rays to control and kill many contaminants like viruses, bacteria and mold. Installed inside HVAC ducts, they improve the air quality in the entire home. These UV lights also protect heating and cooling equipment and are UL Listed. Powerful UV energy helps to eliminate biological components like mold and bacteria and reduce your exposure to potentially harmful airborne pollutants. No ozone emissions – a known lung irritant.

Ductwork Sanitizing Application / Fogging – Home or Business

Fogging to control and kill many contaminants.

Oak Electric uses a fogger to fog an EPA approved disinfectant solution (low toxicity) into occupied spaces. Oak fogs the disinfectant into return air openings and also into the filter housing to supply ducts. All this with the furnace fan running, pushes the fog through the ductwork to clean and kill bacteria, mold, mildew, odor and viruses. It is not 100% guaranteed, just like any other disinfectant product.
Oak’s Technicians will wear a white coverall suit and mask (even though it is safe to breathe – the techs are performing volume fogging so it is a precautionary measure). Oak recommends the client(s) stand outside, but is not necessary. Upon request the technician can fog additional rooms and/or vehicles for an extra charge per area.

EnviroCON or Decon 30 – both highly effective in eliminating odor-causing microorganisms as well as those associated with mold, mildew and bacterial growth – industry leaders in chlorine dioxide technology – directed at controlling microorganisms. Chlorine dioxide is a powerful antimicrobial compound effective against a broad range of both gram-positive and gram-negative organisms as well as yeasts and molds. A point of contact application – it also eliminates odors at their source through a chlorine dioxide release process that destroys organisms at the origin. Uses no perfumes or masking agents. EPA registered, ready to use, safe, low toxicity formulation that inhibits the growth of odor causing organisms as well as those organisms associated with mold, mildew and bacterial growth in the air and in HVAC systems.

Healthy Climate®

UVC-24V Germicidal Lights

Eliminate pollutants from indoor air

Germicidal lights use intense rays of ultraviolet light to control and kill contaminants like viruses, bacteria, yeast and mold. Installed inside the HVAC duct system, it improves the air in the entire home.

Reliable Performance

  • Improves air quality and protects heating and cooling equipment
  • Offers installation flexibility with added safety features and simplified maintenance
  • UL listed


  • Powerful ultraviolet energy helps eliminate biological contaminants like mold and bacteria
  • Reduce your customers’ exposure to potentially harmful airborne pollutants
  • No ozone emissions— a known lung irritant*

PureAir™ is a whole-home solution that means cleaner air in every room. And every breath.

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The single solution for everything in your air.

Many air cleaning systems filter out particles. Some combat germs, and some fight odors. But only the PureAir™ Air Purification System addresses all three types of indoor air pollutants.

  1. Airborne Particles
  2. Germs & Bacteria
  3. Chemical Odors & Vapors

What sets Oak’s HVAC Division apart from the rest?