Indoor Air Quality
EPA studies show that indoor levels of pollutants can be two to five times higher than outdoor levels. With as much time we spend inside our homes we feel that indoor air quality should be one of the most important features of any new home. Mandalay Homes is proud to be a recognized leader in indoor air quality since 2015.
Award Winning Indoor Air Quality
EPA studies show that indoor levels of pollutants can be two to five times higher than outdoor levels. With as much time spent inside these days we at Mandalay Homes’ feel that indoor air quality should be one of the most important features of any new home. We are proud to be a recognized leader in indoor air quality since 2015.
Say No To VOCs
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) are chemicals given off by paints, adhesives, and building materials over time. These compounds can have negative effects on your health both with short and long term exposure.
Mandalay Homes has committed to using only low/no-VOC materials and products in our homes and we are the proud recipient of the EPA INDOOR AIRPLUS™ LEADER AWARD every year since 2015.
Fresh Air Exchange
Every Mandalay home features a fresh air exchange and filtration system called an ERV (Energy Exchange Ventilator). The ERV runs 24/7 constantly venting stale air from inside your home and bringing in fresh filtered air from the outside.
What makes the ERV special is that the incoming fresh air passes over a special core where it exchanges temperature (energy) with the outgoing air. Its like having all the windows open all the time only without the dust, pollen, noise, and huge energy bills.
Whole Home Air Purification
On top of our already award-winning indoor air quality, iON Plus & iON ZERO homes also come equipped with an additional air purification system. This system utilizes UV LED technology to produce charged peroxide ions. These ions are dispersed through the ventilation system to the whole home.
The peroxide ions destroy microbes such as bacteria and viruses on contact as well as attract dust and pollen forming larger clumps that are more effectively filtered by the HVAC system.