You built your dream in the mountains, the perfect getaway for your family, and you deserve to enjoy it. When the effects of altitude get in the way, home oxygenation is the unrivaled answer. With the thin air and low oxygen at high altitudes, you might have insomnia and feel tired. You might have indigestion and headaches. This isn’t how you dreamed about your time in the mountains! There is a solution: a home oxygenation system. Installing oxygen systems in your sleeping spaces allows you to simulate sleeping at sea level. Room oxygenation offers a natural and side effect–free solution to altitude sickness. And unlike personal oxygenation systems that require cannulas, our full-room oxygenation systems are unobtrusive and quiet. Whether you live in the mountains seasonally or year-round, oxygen systems for homes elevate your alpine experience.
For Second Home Owners
When you own a second home in the mountains, you experience repetitive altitude swings as you travel back and forth between homes. Each time you arrive in the mountains, your body must acclimate to the reduced oxygen available at higher altitudes due to the lower atmospheric pressures. Many people experience mild symptoms of altitude sickness, including fatigue and insomnia, for several days after each arrival in the mountains. Each time you travel to your primary residence, your body becomes accustomed to the additional oxygen, and the process starts over again the next time you travel. Who wants to spend the first few days of every vacation feeling malaise while adjusting to the altitude?
With a home oxygenation system, your entire bedroom emulates a lower altitude. You are able to sleep in an oxygenated room and recover the oxygen saturation in your bloodstream overnight so that you wake refreshed, rested, and ready to enjoy your mountain home. As few as eight hours of sleeping in an oxygenated room can be enough to break the cycle of hypoxia that leads to altitude sickness. Gone are the tossing and turning associated with high altitude periodic breathing and any insomnia that is caused by low oxygen levels. Our home oxygenation systems can be placed in any room in your home, and many people choose to oxygenate all their sleeping spaces.
When you have oxygen systems for homes, you and your guests can begin enjoying your vacation stay from the very first night. When you don’t have to wait to acclimate, you might find you enjoy your high-altitude investment even more frequently and for shorter stays. And since human bodies can become even slower to acclimate with age, home oxygenation ensures you will be able to enjoy your mountain home for years to come.
For Permanent Residents
You enjoy the mountains enough that you’ve decided to enjoy them full-time. While installing oxygen systems in your spare bedrooms for guests is an obvious choice, you will probably want to oxygenate your own room as well.
You may find that your ability to comfortably live at altitude will diminish as you age. Your home’s altitude isn’t changing, but you are. While mountain living was a breeze a few decades ago, you start feeling malaise as you age. You might find yourself with more time and freedom to enjoy the mountains, yet less ability to get out and do what you want to do. Don’t let the aging process shatter your dream of retiring in the mountains. Oxygen systems for homes could be the solution.
If you’ve been living in the mountains for a long time, you know that there is less oxygen at higher altitudes. Our bodies compensate for the lower oxygen by increasing heart rate and respiration rate in order to cycle more air through our lungs. As we age, it becomes more difficult for our bodies to keep up with the increased workload, even when we’re just sitting still. And we didn’t move to the mountains to sit still!
Even individuals who have remained healthy and fit into their retirement years will still find it becomes harder to enjoy active leisure activities. Aging often brings underlying conditions. Conditions of the circulatory and respiratory systems decrease our ability to utilize oxygen both at rest and during exercise, further exacerbating the low oxygen problems. To ensure that your body receives sufficient oxygen during exercise, we also provide oxygenation system installations for home and commercial gyms.
When you have a home oxygenation system, you will feel like you’ve moved to sea level without leaving your mountain dreams behind. You can set your room oxygenation to simulate whichever altitude you prefer so that your body doesn’t have to work overtime to compensate for the reduced oxygen levels. This will allow you to sleep comfortably at any altitude now and into your retirement.
How We Do It
Your oxygen systems need to be as unique as your mountain home. It’s not as simple as just pumping oxygen into your room. Oxygen systems for homes is a complex process of determining how to safely and effectively increase the oxygen in your room, and how to safely and effectively keep it there. Altitude Control Technology is the recognized leader in altitude simulation technology and is your trusted source for room oxygenation.
Before we begin construction, we plan oxygen systems to match every home’s unique dimensions and airflow. We measure the rooms that will be oxygenated, evaluate the air exchange, and run a fluid dynamics analysis. We use our proprietary modeling system to design a home oxygenation system that precisely fits your needs. We leave nothing to chance. We get it right the first time so that you can trust your home oxygenation system is safely delivering the precise amount of oxygen you need.
Designed for the Real World
We understand your room is not a science laboratory. To design proper oxygen systems for homes, we include technology to respond to real-world situations in your oxygenated room. Our sensors and intelligent control system monitors and responds to people entering or leaving the oxygenated room, and even changes in weather and barometric pressure. An oxygenated room isn’t effective if there’s not enough oxygen, and it can be dangerous if there’s too much. Our oxygenation system responds to real-world conditions rather than being calculated based on a static room so that we can safely and effectively oxygenate the space.
Produce, Contain, and Control Oxygen
You need oxygen systems for homes that can quickly and accurately respond to the conditions in your room. We right-size our system to the conditions of your room so that you have enough oxygen production to quickly bring your oxygenated room to simulate the desired altitude. Without enough oxygen production, you might be waiting many hours to return to the desired altitude after a door is opened. At the same time, if your room is not properly sealed, your oxygen systems are working harder than it needs to. We use our experience and proprietary technology to ensure your oxygenated room meets your expectations.
We understand that your home is your sanctuary. Our professional oxygenation system installers are trained to be courteous and respectful of your space. Because of our proprietary modeling systems, we do not start your installation until the system is already designed, and we do not leave your installation until we have demonstrated that our system is working properly. Our oxygen systems for homes are quiet and unobtrusive, and our goal is your complete satisfaction.