Whether it'sheating, cooling, or the improving the air quality of your home or business, rest assured that Redmond Heating and Air has the right product for you. With quality products and packages from American Standard, Redmond Heating and Air will meet your needs and provide you with the best heating, air conditioning, and indoor air quality solution.
Built to meet the needs of a variety of systems, the ForeFront™ Gold TAM4 Air Handler unit's design helps ensure exceptional air flow and comfort. Plus, this residential air handler can help manage your household budget with its efficient performance.
Reliable comfort and performance
Quiet, efficient operation
FOREFRONT™ GOLD TAM4 RESIDENTIAL AIR HANDLER HIGHLIGHTS
This American Standard air handler's unique cabinet design allows less moisture and fewer dust particles to be drawn in from garages, attics and crawl spaces, which helps prevent energy loss and virtually eliminates condensation.
Built with a multispeed fan motor, this residential air handler provides quiet, efficient circulation.
Improve airflow while reducing energy use and operating sound with the Vortica™ Advanced Airflow System.
Discover the benefits of the fully enclosed insulation that increases efficiency while eliminating loose fiberglass insulation in your airstream.
Utilizes the all-aluminum coil that enhances this air handler unit's life and reduces the chance of refrigerant leaking into the atmosphere.
Mini-split heat pumps make for great
retrofit options for houses with non-ducted
heating systems. They are also a good choice
for room additions where expanding existing
ductwork or adding additional ducting isn't
Why Have My Ducts Cleaned?
Research has demonstrated that Heating,
Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
system maintenance may allow them to run
more efficiently by removing debris from
sensitive mechanical components. Clean
systems are less likely to break down, have
a longer life span, and generally operate
more effectively than dirty systems. HVAC
systems have been shown to act as a
collection source for a variety of
contaminants that have the potential to
affect health such as mold, fungi, bacteria
and very small dust particles, the removal
of such contaminants from the HVAC system
and home should be considered one component
in an overall plan to improve indoor air