If you’re like most homeowners, you’ve heard about indoor air pollution, but don’t know much about it. Naturally, you have questions: What kind of pollutants and contaminants are lurking in my home? How do these substances impact my family’s health? What can I do about it?

Now is the time to get your questions answered and find real solutions! When you call Nice Heating & Air, we’ll send an IAQ expert for an in-depth assessment of your home’s air quality. Based on what we find, we will provide several options based on your specific needs and budget.


The first step to clean air is to install a quality air filter which attaches directly to your HVAC system. This is your first line of defense!
Reduces allergies
Improves energy efficiency
Little maintenance
Works for all homes


Humidity is important- especially in the winter when the air can be dry. A humidifier restores the moisture to your home’s air.
Prevents flu and other viruses from spreading
Protects the skin
Reduces allergy symptoms
Reduces snoring


UV air purifiers mimic the sun’s natural anti-microbial properties to clean your home’s air.
Destroys bacteria and mold spores
Keeps odors from spreading
Improves HVAC efficiency
Reduces allergies and asthma


Air scrubbers distribute oxygen and hydrogen (“scrubber”) molecules throughout your home to purify the air.
Removes pathogens from the air
Kills mold and bacteria keeping odors at bay
Protects your HVAC system by removing dust and debris from the air


HEPA filters are able to trap 99.97% of small, ultrafine particles that slip through other filters.
Eliminates dust, smoke, pollen, and VOCs
Ultra-quiet operation
Prevents allergy and asthma flare-ups


The recommended humidity level inside a home is generally between 30 and 50 percent. A dehumidifier keeps your home safe and comfortable.
Prevents pests
Stops condensation and prevents warping
Controls mold growth
Improves health and wellbeing

Call Nice Heating & Air now at (703) 436-8133 to discuss your needs and request your IAQ analysis today!