We pride ourselves in our ability to design & manufacture custom size filters to meet your needs and HVAC specifications. We match your HVAC needs with our flexible manufacturing to give you the best lead times in the industry to meet all, if not exceed your filter needs
We offer complete services for all things filtration and clean air. Our specialties include:
Air Monitoring | Coil Cleaning | Duct Cleaning | Filter Changes | Indoor Air Quality | Retro Fit Systems | System Design
We manufacture, custom design and stock many of the products you need to service your systems. This means less waiting and quicker turn-around-time to keep your HVAC system finely tuned and running at top performance
Wondering how Cosmos Air Purification can help? It's Simple! Filternomnics™, our unique program created with you in mind, to help you:
Reduce your maintenance costs; Increase your operating efficiency; Improve the air quality of your building
Eco-friendly is earth-friendly or not harmful to the environment. Eco-friendly products also reduce contributions to air, water and land pollution. You can engage in eco-friendly habits or practices by being more conscious of how you use the resources around you
Washington, D.C. – (Sept. 30, 2014) – The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and Bank of America Charitable Foundation announced today the 11 projects selected for the 2014 Affordable Green Neighborhoods (AGN) grant program.
Each of these neighborhood redevelopment projects are pursuing certification under USGBC’s LEED for Neighborhood Development rating system and are notable for their planned affordable housing, compact design, commitment to green building and sites located near transit or other existing amenities.
More than 3,700 service projects took place throughout the world with hundreds of thousands of volunteers participating
We have reached a new era in the history of green building with Mayor Vincent Gray’s recent announcement that Washington, D.C., has surpassed 100 million square feet of LEED-certified space.
While the District of Columbia is not the first city to reach this milestone—predecessors include Chicago, New York and Houston—with a population of approximately 650,000, D.C. is the smallest city in the world to pass this mark.